To apply to WCCC, submit the following:
- Completed application
- High school transcript or GED scores
if you have any questions about the application process or WCCC. The Admissions Fax is 207-454-1092.
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.
We invite you to visit the campus. Individual campus visits may be arranged by contacting the admissions office at 207-454-1000 or 1-800-210-6932.
Test and tour days are available on a regular basis and are a great way to become introduced to the campus. These days consist of a campus tour and the accuplacer placement test. Students and parents may also meet with admissions, financial aid and student accounts staff. Individual appointments are also available upon request.
Please contact the admissions office to reserve space in one of the upcoming test and tour days. All test and tour days begin at 9:30 a.m.
Upcoming Test and Tour Days:
- To Be Announced. Please call WCCC Admissions at 207-454-1000 for dates.
Admitted Student Days
Admitted student day will be held on June 20, 2014 . Participation in one admitted student day is required for all new students beginning in the summer or fall. Admitted student days are an opportunity to meet with your academic advisor/program instructor(s), register for courses, finalize paperwork with the admissions and financial aid offices. Classes fill-up quickly, so it is important to register for courses during an admitted student day.
The staff at WCCC are available to help you. Feel free to contact us.
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.
An application for admission is complete when the college receives: Completed application form and all applicable high school/college transcripts or GED scores.