Welcome to Wor-Wic Community College. We want you to succeed! The following information will help you
take the first steps to a successful college experience at Wor-Wic.
Are you a high school junior or senior? Get a
jump start on your future and earn
college credits with our dual enrollment program.
Ready to get on the fast track to starting your college career at Wor-Wic? All of the information you
will need to get started at Wor-Wic, from applying to the college to starting classes, is under our
Ten Steps to Getting Started.
What is diagnostic assessment? Wor-Wic administers free
diagnostic assessments that analyze a student's
academic strengths and weaknesses in reading, mathematics and writing to assist you in the appropriate
selection of courses. Find out if you need these assessments before you register for courses and review
the testing schedule
for planning purposes.
Are you a first-time student? Do your parents or family want to know more about the college experience?
Prior to the beginning of your classes, attend a new student orientation. For more information about open
houses or new student orientation dates and times, our
Admissions Policy and
Application Procedures, contact our
Do you need to take the College Study course? Learn the skills necessary to be successful in your classes
from our Fundamentals of College Study
Need information about transferring credits? Find out about
from high school, other colleges and universities, foreign institutions and the military to Wor-Wic.
Want to know more about the programs and courses at Wor-Wic? Descriptions of our
Credit Programs and samples of our
Course Syllabi are available to help you make the best
decisions for you college career.
Are you informed about this semester’s need-to-know dates? Our
Academic Calendar will keep you informed
about the important dates you need to know like registration, drop and withdrawal periods, and payment
Short on time? Need more flexibility in your course schedule? In addition to an assortment of
Distance Learning options, Wor-Wic offers back-to back eight
week classes. Check out our Class Schedules.
Questions about tuition and financial assistance?
Tuition and fees at Wor-Wic are about one
third of the average cost at public four-year colleges in Maryland. Wor-Wic also offers a variety of
financial aid and scholarship opportunities.
For more information call our Financial Aid office at 410-334-2905.
Do you need help with a disability or personal counseling? Find out about our
Services for Students with Disabilities and
Counseling Services. For more information contact Suzanne
Alexander, our Director of Counseling at 410-334-2900 or
Do you need one-on-one help to improve your study skills? It can helpful to meet with a counselor about
study skills, time management, and test anxiety. For more information contact Deirdra Johnson, our Director
of Retention Student Success at (410) 334-2902 or
Buying textbooks or software? Visit our
Bookstore for more than just books. Convenient
and easy on the wallet, the bookstore has great gift ideas, as well as the latest best-sellers, course
supplies, backpacks and snacks.
Need to find your way around campus? Our Directions will
help you find Wor-Wic’s campus and our Campus Map will help you get to all
of your classes.
Need a parking pass or student ID? Parking passes, student IDs and a copy of Wor-Wic's parking regulations
can be obtained from the receptionist in the lobby of the Academic and Administrative Building (AAB).
For more information call 410-334-2800.
Looking for child care? Check out the fund and education programs offered at our
Child Development Center.
Time slots correspond with our class schedules.
What to have some fun and get involved in campus activities? Enjoy relaxing in the lounges and game
room in the Student Center. You can play some hoops and get healthy using the equipment in the Fitness
Center. Also, there are many Student Organizations
you can get involved in. For more information contact Katherine Jones, Director of Student Activities at (410) 334-2892 or
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For More Information
Can’t find the information on our website? Our
College Catalog gives your detailed information about
all of the programs and resources at Wor-Wic.
Want to send us a message? You can email us a message on our
Contact WWCC page with any questions or concerns.