Wake Technical Community Clg
College in Cary, NC
WAKE TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE (WAKE TECH) is a two-year, public institution serving Raleigh, North Carolina, and surrounding Wake County. It was chartered in 1958 as the Wake County Industrial Education Center and started operation in 1963 with 34 full-time students. In 1964 it was formally dedicated as the W. W. Holding Industrial Education Center. The college grew rapidly, and in 1987 its name was changed to Wake Technical Community College.
Wake Technical Community Clg
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read moreWake Tech's Scott Northern Wake Campus opened in 2007 and serves students from Wake Forest, Rolesville, Knightdale, Wendell, and points north. The 127-acre campus offers a robust College/University Transfer program as well as an Associate in Fine Arts degree program. It offers a wide variety of Workforce Continuing Education (non-credit) classes including computer skills, Certified Nursing Assistant, and Human Resources Development. The campus also offers classes for students in the Wake Early College of Health and Sciences, a partnership with Wake County Public Schools.
Disability Support Services
read moreAt this time, we are open by appointment only. Appointments can be made by calling us at 919-866-5670. If a virtual appointment is requested, it will be scheduled through Microsoft Teams. You can join the meeting from your computer, by using the app on your phone, or calling in. Students who are already registered with our office should call or email their assigned coordinator with any questions. If you are a new student and need to get us documentation, or set up a meeting, please call us at 919-866-5670 or email us at: [email protected].
read moreWake Tech is committed to the safety of everyone in the college community. In compliance with the Clery Act (Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act), Wake Tech publishes an annual report about crime on campus by October 1 of each year. Wake Technical Community College academic programs (credit and non-credit) that are designed to lead to professional licenses are either tied to the State of North Carolina or national certifications. If you intend to pursue professional licenses outside the State of North Carolina once you have completed your academic program at Wake Technical Community College, please refer to the Professional Licensure Section on the college's distance education authorization page for additional information.
Student Advocacy and Support
read moreThe Office of Student Advocacy and Support (SAS) was designed to address a variety of non-academic barriers that our students are facing oftentimes causing a student to drop out or stop out of school. SAS resources are available to all currently enrolled curriculum students and a limited number of programs are available to the greater Wake Tech and Wake County communities. Housing, child care, health insurance, legal aid, finances/financial literacy, transportation are the primary areas in which SAS is able to provide information and assistance.
read moreStep 3. Submit Official Transcript(s)Request official transcript(s) from high school, or high school equivalency, and previous college(s). Take Online Learning Readiness Assessment If you are enrolling in online courses, you will need to complete the e-Learning Module.
Online Learning at Wake Tech
read moreWake Tech Online offers more online degrees, diplomas, and certificates than any community college in the United States. With a robust array of virtual resources and a comprehensive training program for online faculty and students, Wake Tech is ranked the #1 online community college in the U.S. by several sources. An appropriately created and delivered virtual course takes full advantage of best practices for creative engagement, group interaction, and instructor feedback. Studies have shown that in many cases, virtual learning experiences meet or exceed expectations.