How to Register for Online Classes
You must meet some requirements to take online classes. Why are there requirements? Because we want you to succeed. We’re found that students who don’t meet the requirements frequently have trouble with online classes.
In order to register and take online classes at WCC, you must meet one of these two criteria:
- Completion of 8 or more credit hours with a cumulative GPA 2.0 or above; OR
- Successful completion of Ready for Online Learning - ROLL
Note: If you’re a United Association member, additional class and registration information is available on the UA University website.
Verify Your Eligibility
If you’re a WCC student or you’ve been admitted to the College, you can verify your eligibility to take online classes. Just log into MyWCC and then follow the path Student Services › Student Records ›.
- Enroll in your online class during the registration period. You register for classes online using MyWCC.
- Test your access to the Blackboard class management system.
- While you’re in Blackboard, click on the My Courses panel and select the Online Prep Site to see what books or other materials you need. You also can find your needed books and materials by checking the class schedule.
- If you’ll use financial aid to pay for your books, authorize a financial aid transfer to WCC’s Barnes & Noble Bookstore. To do this, log into MyWCC and follow the path Financial Aid › Bookstore Information › Barnes & Noble Transfer Authorization.
- Order your books and any other materials through the Barnes & Noble Bookstore. You can order online, by phone, or at the on-campus store.
- Pay your tuition by the deadline.
Contact the Help Desk for assistance with Blackboard related issues.
The Help Desk is now available 7/24
Walk-in Help Available:
SC 314: Monday thru Friday,
8:00 am – 8:00 pm
GM 112: Monday thru Thursday,
8:00 am – 10:00 pm;
Friday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
We offer blended versions of many online classes. In most cases you just come to school once a week, and you gain the benefit of face-to-face discussions with your instructor and fellow students.more »