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Admission to WCCCD

District Admissions and Registration Contact Number: (313) 496-2634

Welcome to Wayne County Community College District where learning leads to a better life! By accessing the WCCCD Admissions page you have taken the first step towards an exciting educational journey. 

Wayne County Community College District (WCCCD) practices an "open door" admission policy. To be considered for admission to the District, applicants must be 18 years of age or older or must have completed high school or hold a General Education Development (GED) Certificate.

If you are applying for Federal Student Aid to assist you in covering the cost of attendance, to be eligible for aid you must have a high school diploma or General Education Development (GED) Certificate.  See our financial aid web site for additional information.

The following students are eligible to apply online:

New Students Guests
Transfer Students Returning Students

For registration instructions click registration instruction

The following students are encouraged to fill out the online admissions application and complete the online orientation. Please click here.

Dual/Concurrent Enrollment students:

Dual/Concurrent Enrollment students are high school students wishing to earn college credit while they are still in high school. The approval of a parent or guardian and high school principal or advisor is required on the "Dual/Concurrent Enrollment" form; this form must be completed each semester the student enrolls in the Dual/Concurrent Enrollment Program.   In addition students must also complete the Application for Admissions. These forms are available at the Office of Admissions at each campus location.

International students (Go to “Steps for Enrollment” to learn about the admissions process for International students)

-  Senior citizens who intend to utilize the “senior waiver” (Go to "Steps for Enrollment” to learn about the senior citizens' admissions process)

- Virtual Learning students who enroll in WCCCD classes through the Virtual Learning Collaborative (VLC). Go to www.micollegesonline.org to apply for WCCCD classes. 

Students not able to register online may click here for a printable version of the Application for Admissions

Application procedures are outlined on this website under “Steps for Enrollment” and can also be found in the Catalog, Schedule of Classes and the Student Handbook, or students may contact the Office of Admissions and Records at any of the campus.

IMPORTANT NOTE FOR ALL NEW STUDENTS: As part of the admission and enrollment process, Wayne County Community College District provides services for admission, orientation, assessment testing, advising, and registration assistance. All new degree or certificate seeking students must see an academic advisor and take the assessment test if necessary. Students who have a bachelor's or graduate degree are not required to take an assessment test to enroll.

Certain programs at the District have prerequisite courses and other criteria required for admission. Contact the Office of Admissions and Records at any campus or check the District's catalog for more detailed admission instructions for specific programs (i.e. Nursing, Emergency Medical Technology, etc.).

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