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Did you know that Wilson Community College offers a variety of degrees and certificates that can be completed 100 percent totally online?

Wilson Community College offers the flexibility of schedules, allowing literally any adult the ability to achieve his or her educational goals on a timeline that works best for him or her.  We also have a range of services to helps students succeed, whether students are focused solely on their education, or if they are working full time, raising a family and completing a degree.

It’s no secret that because of the COVID-19 pandemic, many individuals across the nation are finding themselves out of work with little to no income.  You may even be able to relate.  With the flexibility in schedules and format of instruction, and because community colleges are completely affordable, WCC may be the place for you to embark on your second chance or a new career field.  We also have scholarships and financial aid available to those who apply and meet the criteria. 

Our all-online degrees include: Associate in Applied Science in accounting and finance, business dministration AAS, Associate in Arts college transfer, Associate in Science college transfer, criminal justice technology AAS, early childhood education AAS and school-age education AAS. 

Or maybe you’re looking for a certificate to give you that extra credential you need to secure a higher-paying job.  The certificates that you can earn online are:

• Business administration – management.

• Early childhood education – administration.

• Early childhood education – infant/toddler care.

• Early childhood education – preschool.

• Information technology support foundations.

• Network and security essentials.

• Office administration – administrative assistant.

• Office administration – office software.

• Paralegal technology.

• School-age education – school-age development.

Please note that for the early childhood education and school-age education certificates, there will be some internship opportunities not offered online in order to complete the certificate.

And in addition to all-online options, we also have an evening and weekend nursing program.  If you’re interested in pursuing a career as a nurse, but you have obligations during the week that prevent you from taking classes in that time, this may be the perfect option for you.

If you’re not sure about where to start, we have staff who are happy and ready to talk to you and find the best fit for you.  We will even walk you through the free application process.

For more information, give us a call at 252-291-1195 or visit our website at www.wilsoncc.edu.  Wilson Community College has your future.

Jessica Bailey is the director of institutional advancement at Wilson Community College. She can be reached at jbailey@wilsoncc.edu or 252-246-1271.