Academic Advising and Career Guidance

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We want to help you develop meaningful educational and career plans that meet your life goals while studying at WCC.

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Academic advising

What courses do you need to graduate? How will your courses transfer? You can get answers by meeting with our advisors in person or online.

Please contact our Advising office to schedule your appointment; or you can make your own appointment from your MyWCC page. For your convenience, we offer appointments* Monday-Friday in the advising office, and walk-ins at the Student Connection on Saturdays.

Please Note:

**Appointments are required all through the year for these specific appointment topics:

  • SAP Appeal Appointments
  • Personal Counseling Appointments
  • Mandatory Nursing Appointments (in last year of Nursing pre-requisites ready to apply to the Nursing program)
  • Career Testing  (not scheduled during peak, registration times)

During high traffic times, we are only available for walk-in advising-except for specific appointment topics (**see above).

Walk-in Only Advising:  (except for specific appointment topics — * see above)

  • January
  • July
  • August
  • Early September
  • November

For your convenience, during low traffic times, we offer appointments Monday-Friday.

This is the best time to see an advisor for academic plans and career assessments...

Appointments and Walk-in advising available.

  • February
  • March
  • April
  • May
  • June
  • October
  • December

Schedule an appointment

Government or high school photo ID is required for in-person appointments. Acceptable forms of photo ID include:

  • Federal government or state issued photo ID
  • Driver's license
  • Passport
  • High school photo ID

Appointments are always available for Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) appeals and for those students who are in their last semester of Nursing prerequisites and applying to the Nursing program. These are the students who need a “mandatory advising form” appointment to review the application and points.

Explore careers

Not sure what career path to follow? You have a few ways to find the right fit for your interests and aptitudes: