Seeking a degree or certification at Washington State Community College
Seeking to enroll at Washington State after a job loss with plans of earning a degree or certificate.
Apply to Washington State
Washington State Is Open Enrollment:
- No Application Fee
- No specific ACT/ SAT Score*
- No pre-requisites*
*Excludes health programs. Please contact the Office of Admissions to receive an admissions packet for any health sciences program or download the applications by visiting the Health Sciences web page.
Submit Required Documents
If you have attended another college, have the issuing institution mail your official transcripts to: Records Office, Washington State Community College, 710 Colegate Dr., Marietta, OH 45750.
The college does not accept unofficial transcripts for evaluation purposes.
High school transcripts or G.E.D. certificate are required for admittance to most health programs. Check the specific health application packet to see if it's required.
Financial Aid, WIA, TAA Benefits
Whether you began your quest at Washington State or through a job placement service, your first step is to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). To see if you qualify, go to www.fafsa.gov and fill out the FAFSA using your income tax forms. If you were in enrolled in any college the last school year, you may be able to do a renewal of the FAFSA.
Once completed, you may be eligible for a change in circumstances form; please read over this form to see if you qualify and submit to Washington State’s Office of Financial Aid.
Monroe, Morgan, Noble or Washington County Dislocated Workers: find information on using Workforce Investment Act monies for schooling here.
West Virginia residents: find information on using Workforce Investment Act monies for schooling here.
Need help with the FAFSA? Call the Office of Financial Aid at 740-568-1908 to sign up for FAFSA sessions.
Complete Placement Testing
First-time college students will need to take the ACCUPLACER placement test to get started.
Practice tests are available and can be a great help to your success. Stop by Student Services or call 740-568-1930 to schedule your ACCUPLACER placement test.
- Am I required to take a placement test? Do I need an appointment?
- Where do I go for placement testing?
Attend Student Orientation
Orientation at WSCC is mandatory for all new degree seeking students. Your success is important to WSCC...get on the right track!
- Learn about campus resources
- Get your student ID to buy books and receive discounts
- Stop by Student Services or call 740-568-1930 in order to register to attend a Student Orientation.
Meet with an Academic Advisor, Develop a Class Schedule, and Register for Classes
Ready to register for classes? Once you complete the ACCUPLACER, you will sit down with an advisor who will help you schedule your classes for the first semester. The advisor will help you to select appropriate courses based on your educational goals and placement test results. Academic advisors are located in the Advising Office, Student Services, Main Building, First Floor. Please call 740-568-1930 to set up an advising appointment.
Once you meet with an academic advisor in student services for your first semester, you will be assigned an academic advisor for the rest of your time at Washington State.
You will be directed to the Records Office to complete the registration process.
Pay Fees or Complete Financial Aid Process by Payment Deadline
Fees must be paid to the Business Office by the deadline posted in the schedule for each term or online to maintain your schedule.
- Make a payment in full online: go to MyWSCC and click on "Web Advisor"
- In-Person: Business Office, Main Building, First Floor
- Mail to: Business Office, Washington State Community College, 710 Colegate Dr. Marietta, OH 45750
Campus Access & Safety Fee
Starting Summer Term 2013 there will be a Campus Access & Safety Fee instead of a Parking Permit Fee.
Campus Access & Safety Fee
|0-3 Credit Hours||$0 per semester|
|4-11 Credit Hours||$50 per semester|
|12+ Credit Hours||$75 per semester|
Click here for a full list of Parking Regulations.
Other Helpful Information
Student Services Hours of Operation
|Hours*||Open||Last Test Start Time||Close|
|Mon–Thurs||7:30 a.m.||1:00 p.m.||6:00 p.m.|
|Friday||7:30 a.m.||1:00 p.m.||4:30 p.m.|
Access your Student E-mail Account, WebAdvisor and E-learning
Washington State uses this email system to communicate with students about registration, financial aid, and payment. Once your admissions application has been processed, students will receive an e-mail account. To access the e-mail account, please visit http://my.wscc.edu. Once logged in, you can access your e-mail by clicking on the "Webmail" tab.
MyWSCC also allows access to WebAdvisor and E-learning courses.
Purchase Books and Course Materials
If you are using financial aid to purchase your books, the bookstore marks special dates each term by which you must have your books charged.
Applicants with disabilities who would like assistance can contact the Office of Disability Services in the Center for Student Success of the Arts and Science Building. You can also learn more by visiting the Disability Services site.
Career Services offers the College Central Network (CCN) as a resource for job and résumé posting, along with other information for employers and prospective employees. For more information, please visit the Career Services site.
Residency information obtained from the application for admission (more than the current address) will be used to determine residency for tuition purposes. Please refer to the Washington State catalog for a comprehensive description of residency related to the fees that are assessed by Washington State. To see if you qualify for in-state tuition as a non-Ohio resident, please visit the Reciprocity site.
Have Questions or Need Further Assistance?
Please visit Student Services, Main Building, First Floor.