Register Early for Credit Classes now Through Dec. 5
November 18, 2003

Wor-Wic Community College is offering area residents an opportunity to obtain academic counseling, take diagnostic assessments and register early for credit classes that start in January.

Early registration is offered Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., through Dec. 5, at Wor-Wic’s campus on the corner of Route 50 and Walston Switch Road in Salisbury. Early registration is encouraged for students to obtain the best selection of spring semester classes, which begin Jan. 16 and end April 26.

Early registration services include academic counseling to assist anyone interested in attending college who is unsure about how to apply or undecided about a program of study. Diagnostic assessments, which cover reading comprehension, English usage and mathematics, are also offered free to anyone interested in applying to Wor-Wic.

The diagnostic assessments are required for all new students who do not have a high school diploma or the equivalent, new students who register for six or more credit hours, students who register for an English or mathematics course, students who register beyond 15 cumulative credit hours, or students who are currently in high school. Students should plan on the diagnostic assessment lasting more than three hours.

The assessments are administered by appointment at Wor-Wic’s campus during the day and in the evening and at the college’s Berlin-Ocean City Instructional Center in Berlin during the day.

The results of the assessments are used for class placement and they do not affect a student’s acceptance into the college. Wor-Wic has an open door admission policy so that age, economic status, ethnic background or prior schooling does not stand in the way of admission.

For specific diagnostic assessment times and locations, or to request a credit class schedule, call the college at (410) 334-2800.

Click here to view the spring credit schedule of classes online