Western offers easily accessible services that can help you succeed in college. Counseling and financial assistance, tutoring, child care, disability services, library services, veterans assistance and more are available in person, and many services can be accessed online.
Admissions & Records
WNC has varying admissions criteria that allows any adult who can benefit from instruction at the college to enroll. WNC does not require new students to provide transcripts of previous educational experiences. General admission, however, does not necessarily guarantee admission into specific programs or classes.
The Financial Assistance Office strives to promote the educational success of the WNC community by providing professional service and resources, and by reducing financial barriers.
WNC counselors are available throughout the school year to help students and community members make important decisions regarding educational goals and career directions. WNC offers a variety of counseling services as an integral part of each student’s educational experience.