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Disability Services

Academic Advising

Early planning is essential to ensure a smooth transition from high school to college. Even after you become a student at WCC, meeting with one of the Program Specialists on an ongoing basis is recommended. Staff are available to answer your questions both before and after you enroll. Referrals will be made regarding registration, admission, financial aid and specific programs.

Academic advising is arranged by appointment at Learning Support Services. See the Disability Services homepage for advising hours.

One of the Program Specialists, Kristy VanMarter, Rob Ponitz and Nicole Johnston, will assist in selecting a balanced load of classes as well as assist you in staying on track for your academic goals. Part of the importance of talking with a Program Specialist is to discuss and arrange needed accommodations each semester to meet your needs.

Your successful academic performance is important to us. If you have questions or are experiencing any problems it is recommended that you contact the office during the semester for assistance. It is also recommended that accommodation requests are made early in the semester.

Other Resources

  • Computer Labs
    WCC has computer labs on campus where you can do research and get your work done.
  • Study & Learning Assistance
    WCC offers a variety of resources to help students with their studies.
  • Study Areas
    WCC provides a variety of study spots for students.
  • WCC Bookstore
    If you need paper, pens or other supplies, WCC's Bookstore has many school necessities in stock.

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