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Fall Forward

Fall 2020 Late-Start Classes 

Washington County Community College (WCCC) is proud to offer late-start classes for the fall of 2020.

WCCC will begin an online late-start session with the first courses starting the week of October 19, 2020. There are multiple eight week courses throughout the fall term. Registration is open and will continue through the start of classes.

Many courses have no prerequisites and are open to high school students, adults thinking about returning to college, community members, and current students.  Tuition and fees at WCCC are among the lowest in New England. If you are interested in registering, please read the information, below, on how to register.

If you have questions or need assistance, please call Donna Geel at (207) 454-1013 or email at dgeel@wccc.me.edu. 

To view all WCCC courses, please visit courses.

Credit Course Offerings:

Tuition and fees apply

Psychology 101—Introduction to Psychology
Psychology is the study of individual and group behavior, performance, and mental operations. Knowledge of psychology is invaluable to those interested in Business Management, Human Resources, Criminology, Law Enforcement, Counseling, Social Work, and Education by providing a better understanding of an individual’s past behavior, help improve current behavior and predict future behavior.  The course provides students with a basic overview of theories, research and the different areas of psychology including biological, forensic, developmental, social, cognitive, personality and clinical.

  • October 19, 2020
  • Online Course
  • 3 credits

Coastal Fishing and Marine Technology-Maine Quality Center-Free to Qualified Individuals
With added industry-recognized credentials such as PADI Diver Certification, OUPV Captain’s License, and ABYC Certifications–for FREE! Classes are a combination of online and in-person and run across various timeframes, including multi-day long, weekend, and 8 & 10-week modules. Courses begin late summer and run through June 2021, with the majority of coursework taking place from November 2020 through April 2021. Hands-on and relevant training in our labs, plus multiple opportunities for live experiences at industry locations throughout the region.

  • November 2020 to April 2021
  • Online Course
  • 3 credits

This WCCC program is funded in partnership with Maine Quality Center and Sunrise County Economic Council.

View Flyer HERE.
View Course List HERE.


Substance Use Disorder and Recovery-Maine Quality Center-Free to Qualified Individuals
A 22% increase in employment is anticipated nationally for substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors between 2018 and 2028. This greater demand reflects the advanced awareness of drug and alcohol addictions, the preference of treatment over jail for offenders, and the opioid epidemic seen in Maine and throughout the nation. Completion of this workforce certificate program will result in 30 credit hours – all transferable into our Associate of Applied Science degree in Health and Human Services and meeting the requirements outline by the State of Maine to apply for licensure as a Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor based on completion of related coursework identified in the State of Maine Department of Financial Regulation Board of Drug and Alcohol Counselors Requirements for Licensure 32 M.R.S.A. §6214-C.

  • October 26, 2020 to July 30,2021
  • 7 week modules Tuesdays via Zoom
  • 30 credit hours

This WCCC program is funded in partnership with Maine Quality Center and Sunrise County Economic Council.

View Flyer here.
View Course List HERE.
Register onlinhere, or email workforce@wccc.me.edu

Business-176-QuickBooks Computerized Accounting
QuickBooks Computerized Accounting emphasizes the operation of computerized accounting systems from manual input forms. Topics include: equipment use, general ledger, accounts receivable and payable, payroll, cash management, and financial reports. All assignments involve theoretical and technical application.  Students will integrate managerial aspects of accounting by performing financial analyses and comparisons from computer generated financial reports.  Students will plan, setup, and maintain, and analyze a new or existing business as a practical final project.

  • October 19, 2020
  • Online
  • 3 credit hours

 If you are not currently enrolled in a degree program and wish to take courses for personal enrichment, professional growth, exploring a course, or getting a head in your fall of 2020 studies, please use this registration form

 If you’ll be a high school student in the fall of 2020, and you’d like to enroll in one or more of our summer courses, please use this registration form.

 If you a current WCCC student enrolled in a degree program, please login to MyWCCC to register online for summer courses.

For more information on programs, admissions, financial aid, or to register, please call (207) 454-1000. 

WCCC offers federal, state, and institutional aid and scholarships to eligible students in paying tuition, fees, books, and supplies. Contact WCCC’s Financial Aid Office at (207) 454-1078 for more information or click on Financial Aid .