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Whether you're taking college courses for the first time, returning to continue your education, or simply desire to take classes for personal enrichment, you can get started towards your goals today. Wayne Community College offers courses during the day, night, and online to assist you with pursuing your education. From here you can enter the workforce, start a new career, or transfer to a four-year college.

We're ready when you are.

Apply to Wayne Community College using the links at the bottom of this page. You can apply anytime, and it's free! After you complete the application process and are assigned an advisor, it's time to register for your classes!

Our next curriculum classes start:

Fall '24 16-week Classes - August 15, 2024
Fall '24 First 8-week Classes - August 15, 2024
Fall '24 Second 8-week Classes - October 15, 2024

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Apply Now - What type of student are you?

New Student

You are a new student if you graduated high school or obtained your GED (OR you are about to complete your last semester of high school), but have never attended a college or university. Current Career and College Promise students who are graduating high school are also considered new students.

Career and College Promise

You are a high school student interested in taking college courses while still in high school, for free.

Allied Health Student

You want to enroll in one of our Allied Health Programs. These programs have additional admissions requirements that you can find in the link below.

Visiting Student

You are a visiting student if you are a student at another college or university and want to take classes at WCC to transfer back to your home institution, or if you want to take curriculum classes without the intentions of receiving a degree, diploma, or certificate at WCC.

Military Student

Wayne Community College can help an Active Duty student complete the CCAF and exceed the standard on the EPR, or we can assist a Veteran with a career change, or provide a degree to the spouse or dependent of an Active Duty military service member.

Non-Degree Seeking Student

You want to enroll in short-term workforce training, personal enrichment classes, computer classes, or career development. The Workforce Continuing Education Services division of Wayne Community College is ready to help you succeed.