After You Register
Reading Your Schedule
Check your schedule carefully as you are responsible for any information printed on it. Make changes
immediately if anything is incorrect. Change your address at the Student Connection or
log into MyWCC.
Your schedule is on the Web
Students may look at their schedule at any time by
logging into MyWCC.
After getting in, click "Student Services and Financial Aid", then click "Student Schedule".
Print your schedule if you make any changes. Close the browser for security when finished. The College does
not usually mail student schedules. On campus, schedules may be printed in the Computer Commons on the 2nd floor of the Library. Take a dollar bill to get your first print card from the dispenser.
The first WCC ID card is free!
Take your class schedule and a photo ID to the Security Office on second floor of the Student Center
Building between 9:00 am and 9:00 pm on weekdays to get your College ID card.
Save Your Cash: Drop Your Class Early
If you can't take a class, you should drop it by the refund deadline—if you withdraw from the class
later, you won't get a refund. If you just quit coming to class but don't drop it, you will still owe
the College for tuition and fees. See Semester Dates and Deadlines for drop, add, and withdraw deadlines.
Financial aid recipients should consult with the Financial Aid Office before they drop or withdraw.
Others should consult a counselor or academic advisor first.
Students are expected to attend all sessions of the courses for which they register. Regular class
attendance is necessary for maximum success in college. In the event of excessive absence or tardiness,
individual instructors determine whether the quality of students' work has been adversely affected and,
if warranted, might withdraw students midway through the semester.
Show up for the first two class meetings or you might lose your class
Instructors are allowed to drop students who do not participate academically at the start of the semester
(the student receives a tuition refund). For on-site classes, instructors may drop students who miss the
first two class meetings. For College on Demand classes, instructors may drop students who do not
participate academically in Blackboard sessions and/or do not respond to emails within the first week
of the semester. Blended courses apply a combination of the above situations.
Permission to add a class
Instructors who wish to grant students permission to take their class do so online and an email notification is immediately
sent to the WCC student email address. The student must register and pay via the Web by the Add Deadline. Students who don't register
are not in the class and will not receive credit for it.
Grades are Online Only
Student copies of grades are available on the Web no later than 2 working days after the semester ends.
Login to MyWCC
and look under the Student Services menu. Go to the Grade Mailer Request menu item before the semester ends if you need
an official grade report mailed to your home.
Paying Your Tuition|
After you have completed registration, don't forget
to pay your tuition by the payment deadline.