Sunday 19 Jan 2020

WCC & NCWC Sign “Wesleyan Works” Agreement

Wayne Community College and North Carolina Wesleyan College renew their agreement ensuring seamless student transfers. On Wednesday, WCC President Dr. Thomas Walker and NC Wesleyan College Interim President Dr. Evan Duff signed the “Wesleyan Works” agreement at the WCC campus.

“Wesleyan Works” is designed for community college students who plan to continue their education at NC Wesleyan. This pathway program guarantees admission at NC Wesleyan for WCC graduates who complete an Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, or other Associate in Applied Science degree.

The memorandum of understanding assures that students who participate in “Wesleyan Works” are guaranteed acceptance into Wesleyan once they earn an associate degree from WCC and their WCC courses will transfer seamlessly into comparable bachelor’s degree programs at NCWC.

While they are enrolled in WCC, students who participate in “Wesleyan Works” will have access to academic advising, financial aid counseling from both institutions, as well as events on both the WCC campus and the NCWC main campus in Rocky Mount.

More information about Wesleyan Works can be found at

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