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Fall Registration Open for All Students

Fall registration will be open for all studentsWe anticipate that classes will fill up quickly, so we encourage you to register as soon as possible. You will not need to pay for your fall classes until August.

 

Current students can register online through MyWarren. Watch this video tutorial for directions. 

 

New students should email JBeeler@warren.edu to set up an advising session and register for classes.

 

Having trouble registering? Do not worry: Our advisors have the ability to meet with students LIVE through the use of virtual meeting software and can do that when they call you or you can schedule a better day/time with them for that meeting. Students who wish to schedule a virtual appointment with an advisor can also email Jeremy Beeler at  jbeeler@warren.edu and he will have an advisor contact you immediately.

 

Reminder: Summer enrollment is also still open and some classes are already nearly filled. Summer is a great time to take classes and move along in your journey towards graduation faster!

 

Warren County Community College will continue to be guided by our state and local government leaders and public health agencies with respect to social distancing requirements. Any changes to summer or fall scheduling with be communicated with students. The safety of our students, faculty, and staff is important to us.

 

We look forward to speaking with all of you next week.

Modified Grading Policy Spring 2020

Modified Grading Policy Spring 2020

Warren County Community College is taking measures to ensure that our entire college community stays healthy during the COVID-19 Pandemic. As we continue to deliver instruction and services remotely, we must consider the process for student grading and degree completion. We will institute the following modifications to our final grading policies for the Spring 2020 semester. These temporary changes are in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic and its effect on how we deliver instruction and measure student performance.

Here is a summary of those changes:

  1. Students who attended classes through April 1st have the following options:
    1. If the student fails a course, they will automatically be assigned an Administrative Withdrawal grade (AW)
    2. If the student earns a D, C, or C+, they can request a “P” grade rather than a letter grade. The “P” Grade will be calculated similar as a transfer credit and not be calculated in the GPA
    3. A, B+, and B grades will remain the same
  1. Students who stopped attending before April 1st would receive an “XF” with the last date of attendance reported.
  2. At the end of the Spring 2020 semester, students will temporarily see the actual grades they have earned on their transcript.
  3. If letter grading adversely limits a student’s ability to meet the minimum GPA requirement for graduation, the College will waive the GPA requirement for graduation.
  4. These temporary changes will not negatively impact a student’s academic standing. Students who fail to improve their Academic Standing via their actual grade, will have the same Academic Standing as at the end of Fall 2019.

 

I know that many of you have expressed concerns about your grades this semester and the impact they may have on your academic record. Please be assured that these modifications mean the following: Your academic record can only improve or stay the same at the end of this semester; it cannot decline.

 

 

It is our hope that these modifications will minimize the concerns and stress that students are facing due to the transition to an all online delivery.

ID and Password Information

Students and prospective students (as well as employees) will have access to this site.  In order to view your pages (beyond the admissions information), you will have to enter both an ID and a password, which is e-mailed to students.  If you forget the initial password, you can request a new password.  A random number/letter password will be e-mailed to your e-mail on file.

Students should reset the WCCC default password once they enter the system.  You can do this under Personal Information at top right hand side of this page.