About Admissions

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Admission and acceptance to Washington State Community College
is open to all applicants*

Admissions Staff

Becoming a student at Washington State Community College is easy. Begin your Next Step by finding your student type to receive specific steps in your enrollment process. Washington State has a guide for First Time Student, Incoming Transfer, Visiting Student, Former/Previous Student, and Dislocated Worker. Simply click on the icon below that best describes your current status. A checklist is available that guides you through the process of becoming a student.

*Admission and acceptance for select health programs require an additional application and are selective admissions.
New Student Transfer Student Visiting Student Former Student Displaced Worker
New First Time in College Student
  • High school graduates
  • Individuals that have received a GED
  • Individuals without a GED or high school diploma/certificate
  • Adults with no prior college classes
Incoming Transfer Student
  • Attended another college or university
Visiting (or Personal Interest) Student
  • Students currently enrolled at another college or university planning to transfer Washington State courses back to their home institution
  • Individuals interested in taking classes for personal interest or career development without the intent of receiving a degree or certificate
Former or Previous Student

Individuals returning to Washington State after an absence of one year or more

Dislocated Worker

Individuals that have been terminated, laid off, or received a "notice of termination or layoff" and are unlikely to return to your usual occupation or industry because of:

  • A permanent plant closure
  • A substantial layoff
  • Foreign competition

This may include students using WIA and TAA.

Pre-College Programs

Supplementing students’ academic experiences and providing college preparation, the pre-college programs enrollment options include: Early Enrollment Program and Post Secondary Enrollment Option (PSEO) Program.

G.E.D. and ABLE Program

Individuals interested in obtaining their G.E.D or getting help refreshing your skills. Free Adult Basic and Literacy Education Class information can be found by contacting Julie Stoffel at 1-740-568-1960 or 1-800-350-1242.

Lifelong Learning Students

In order to encourage and promote life-long learning experiences for older citizens, Washington State offers a Senior Citizens scholarship for Ohio residents 60 years of age or older. Senior citizens will be required to purchase their own books and pay other miscellaneous fees.

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