Registration Opens for Winter, Spring Classes

Winter and spring class registration opened Monday, Nov. 9 for current and returning students. View your enrollment appointment via myWNC. 

New student registration begins the following Monday on Nov. 16.

You don't have to wait until spring semester to take classes.

Use your winter break to get ahead or catch up through online classes, which start either Dec. 21 or Jan. 4 and conclude on Jan. 22. Choose between Art, Biology, Education, English, Mathematics, Environmental Science, History, Social Work, Management Philosophy, Sociology classes and more.

Spring semester commences on Jan. 25.

View classes offered for winter and spring sessions at https://www.wnc.edu/class-schedule/.

Things to Know
Students: Apply Now! Scholarships at Your Fingertips
Make sure to fill out the Early Bird Scholarship Application at wnc.edu/scholarship to enhance your chances of receiving a scholarship from WNC Foundation.
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College to Close on Veterans Day
In honor of the country's many veterans for their service to our country, WNC will close for the federal holiday on Wednesday, Nov. 11 and reopen on Thursday, Nov. 12.
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Impressive Altars Bring Dia de los Muertos to Life
Dia de los Muertos gave students and campus members the opportunity to honor deceased loved ones and heroes.
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How to Know When College Will Be Closed
Campus closure notices will be posted on the college home page, messages will be sent to staff and students, and notices will be provided to all major TV, radio stations and newspapers.
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Transferring to UNR? Register for Virtual Workshops
UNR visits with students from WNC at least once per month to go over the application process and academic advising. The next virtual workshop is Nov. 18.
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Good News
WNC Partners’ Donations Help Address Important Issue with Students
Generous donations from NV Energy, Visiting Angels and University Police Services are helping the college launch a Food and Hygiene Pantry on Dec. 7.
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WNMTC’s Show, Virtual Choirs Keeping Audiences Entertained
WNMTC's new Broadway show choir, That's Entertainment, filmed segments of its upcoming release, "Seize the Day," on WNC's campus and at the state capitol in late October.
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Washoe Tribe Art Exhibit on Display in November
WNC is proud to share the history and artwork of the Wahoe (Washiw) Tribe of Nevada and California in the Atrium Gallery in the Bristlecone Building in November.
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Pumpkin Paraders Visit Candy Land
The Child Development Center switched up its annual 2020 Halloween Pumpkin Parade, but the young trick-or-treaters didn't seem to mind.
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UNR Grad Transforms Aluminum Cans, Plastics into Artwork at WNC
WNC and the Capital City Arts Initiative are presenting “Metallum Terrae” by Kyle Karrasch this fall. Are you leaving an undesirable footprint on the environment?
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What's Next?
It’s a 'No Brainer!' Virtual Team Trivia Night on Dec. 10
Take on other families in a fundraiser to benefit WNC’s emergency fund, which allows the college to help students and faculty who are facing challenges brought on by COVID-19.
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Donate to Food Drive to Help Students, FISH
Help stock the new Food & Hygiene Pantry with nonperishable items and assist FISH with a donation for its High Five Turkey Drive this month.
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Join Lt. Governor, Senator at Nov. 14 Leadership Event
Don't miss an opportunity to learn from the state's most successful women. The theme for this year’s Women's Leadership Summit is FEMALE: Fostering, Empowerment, Mentorship, Advocacy, Leadership and Experience.
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Classified Council Has Sweet Holiday Deal for You
You have until Dec. 4 to order See's Candies for the holiday season and to help out WNC's Classified Council in the process.
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