WCCC students who complete an appropriate A.A. or A.S. degree can transfer to Pillar College into the following three degree programs: Business Administration & Management, Psychology & Counseling and Biblical Studies. If you would like to learn more, please meet with the transfer advisor in Student Services or visit
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New Jersey enacted the Comprehensive State-wide Transfer Agreement in 2008 to allow smooth transfer from community colleges to New Jersey four-year public colleges. It provides for full transfer of A.A. and A.S. credits for graduates, but there are stipulations you need to know about. Facts The law applies to A.A.
If a student needs to withdraw from a course, an official Withdrawal Form must be completed in the Office of Student Services. Failure to attend class does not constitute an official withdrawal. Courses officially dropped before the end of the eighth week of classes will be recorded as a “W.” Withdrawal
Transferring Credits from Warren County Community College At Warren County Community College, our degree and certificate programs are designed to provide a solid foundation of courses that will transfer to four-year colleges and universities. Many resources are available to WCCC students to facilitate the transfer planning process and advisors in
Transcripts can be requested by printing out a WCCC Transcript Request Form and mailing it or faxing it to: Warren County Community College Office of Student Services 475 Route 57 West Washington , NJ 07882 Fax: (908) 689-5824 Official/Unofficial Transcript A transcript is a copy of the student’s permanent academic record.
PowerPack classes allow you to finish 3 credits in 3 weekends! PowerPack classes offer students the opportunity to complete a course in less than a month. While the total hours spent in the classroom remain the same, these intensive courses concentrate the in-class time into several weekends. PowerPack classes offer
Students may drop classes up until the end of the second week of the term. Students may add classes through the end of the first week of classes. Once classes begin, all students must complete a Add/Drop Form and submit it to the Office of Student Services in order to add
Students may accelerate their graduation from college by taking exams including Advanced Placement exams, the College Level Examination Placement tests or the Warren County Community College Institutional Credit by Exam tests. A maximum of 30 semester hours of credit may be earned through any of these methods (subject to the
Welcome to Career Services! Career Services is committed to providing the support needed to help you achieve your personal, academic and professional goals. Student Service is available to answer any of your questions from application to graduation and beyond. Call or stop by the office to meet with an
Hours through January 29, 2019: Monday – Thursday 8:30 am – 7 pm Friday 8:30 am – 5 pm Fall and Spring semester hours: Monday & Tuesday 8:30 am – 5 pm Wednesday & Thursday 8:30 am – 7 pm Friday 8:30 am – 5 pm Summer hours are:
Summary of FERPA Rights The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), first enacted in 1974, is a part of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR, title 34, part 99). Its purpose is to set out requirements for the protection of privacy of parents and students by determining how educational
Student Government Association (SGA) Advisor: Melvin Warren email@example.com The Student Government Association is the student governing body of the campus. All are welcome to attend open meetings. Campus-Wide Honor Society Phi Theta Kappa Advisor: Jean Vasko firstname.lastname@example.org Phi Theta Kappa is the only officially recognized honor society serving students in two-year