Admissions & Aid

Susan Mingo

 

Thank you for your interest in Washington County Community College. We know that there are many outstanding community colleges to choose from, and we are delighted you are looking carefully at the array of opportunities available here at WCCC.

Susan Mingo
Dean of Enrollment Management and Student Services

 

 

Overview

Washington County Community College maintains a rolling admissions policy, allowing applicants to apply and be considered for acceptance throughout the year. However, due to competition for acceptance into certain programs and the strict enrollment capacity established for each, early application is encouraged. Because program starting dates are staggered throughout the year, the applicant should check the WCCC academic calendar to find out when a particular program is scheduled to begin. A high school diploma or equivalent is required for admission to all programs.

All programs are offered to women and men. Students are encouraged to enroll in programs considered to be non-traditional for their gender. Qualified disabled students are also encouraged to apply and are provided appropriate support services.  For an application or additional admission information, e-mail admissions@wccc.me.edu or visit www.wccc.me.edu.

An application for admission is complete when the college receives the completed application form along with all applicable high school/college transcripts or HiSET/GED scores.

The process takes approximately two weeks, and an Admissions Officer will contact you. If you have not heard from us within two weeks, please contact admissions@wccc.me.edu or call .

 

Gender Equity

The College has made great strides in ensuring equal opportunity for the populations we serve. Women now comprise approximately 50 percent of the student body, a significant increase from a few short years ago. While we can be proud of the progress we have made, there is still work to be done. Despite our efforts, the College has not experienced enough success in attracting people into programs considered nontraditional for their gender. In order to encourage diversity, WCCC will continue to focus on efforts in this area and provide opportunities for other special populations to access programming and services.