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Enrollment Steps for Health and Second Tier Program Students

The programs below require a second application process and may have additional admission requirements/criteria when applying to the program. If you wish to apply to one of these programs, you must first be admitted to WCC before you can begin the application process for your chosen program.

Details about WCC’s Certificates and Degrees including admission requirements/criteria and program requirements can be found on WCC’s website by selecting your chosen program. Additional information may also be available on WCC’s Health Programs website. Program application packets for each program can be downloaded below when available:

File NameFile SizeLast Updated
6 KB11/17/2016
Computed Tomography446.53 KB08/28/2018
Dental Assisting-Pathway II (ADAEP)204.89 KB08/16/2018
Dental Assisting-Pathway I (Campus)557.04 KB08/23/2018
Magnetic Resonance Imaging447.19 KB08/28/2018
Mammography477.27 KB12/15/2017
Nursing, Licensed Practical Nurse to Registered Nurse123.77 KB06/27/2018
Nursing Registered455.63 KB06/08/2018
Nursing Transfer450.63 KB09/07/2017
Pharmacy Technology552.16 KB08/02/2018
Physical Therapist Assistant560.46 KB07/30/2018
Radiography224.9 KB07/25/2018
Surgical Technology555.52 KB08/23/2018

WCC has a competitive admission process for all programs that have been designated as high demand (one for which there are more qualified applicants than openings for an entering class). Applicants will be required to meet all admission requirements/criteria and will be ranked based on a point system. The best qualified applicants will be selected for admission to the program. Details regarding WCC’s Admission to High Demand Programs policy can be found on WCC’s website. Details about WCC’s point system are available below:

File NameFile SizeLast Updated
Point Scales for All Programs 2018-2019 Academic Year788.96 KB04/26/2018
Point Scales for All Programs 2019-2020 Academic Year786.87 KB07/26/2018

Advising for the Health and Second Tier Programs

Nursing Transfer students should make an appointment with the Health Programs Counselor by calling 734-973-3358. All other health program students should meet with an advisor to discuss the timing and selection of admission requirement and support courses. Advisors are available to meet with students on a walk-in basis or by appointment during regular business hours. Appointments can be scheduled through the WCC Gateway by clicking on Student Services Appointments or by calling 734- 677-5102.


Visit the Student Connection on the second floor of the Student Center building, call us at 734-973-3543, or send an email to studrec@wccnet.edu. Regular hours for the office are Monday through Thursday from 8:00am to 7:00pm, Friday from 8:00am-5:00pm, and Saturday from 9:00am to 1:00pm. Office hours are modified during certain times of the year.

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