There is still time to register for Wharton County Junior College's Spring 2023 semester. The first day of classes is Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2023. Pictured getting signed up for classes is, top left, Gracie Whiting of Katy. Assisting Whiting is, top right, WCJC's Assistant Director of Student Records Emily Voulgaris. Working in the foreground are, from left, Assistant Student Records Officer Marla Martinez and Assistant Admissions Officer Lacy Jones.
WHARTON, TEXAS – There’s still time to make 2023 the year for a new career at Wharton County Junior College. The college’s Spring 2023 semester begins on Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2023. Registration is open now until Jan. 18, 2023.
“With the new year, we have new opportunities,” said WCJC’s Dean of Enrollment Management and Registrar Jerry Martinez. “WCJC is here to help you get started.”
The college offers numerous associate degree programs as well as one-year certificates in a host of fields. From dental hygiene to nuclear power technology to computer science, there’s a program for just about everyone. Students interested in transferring to a four-year university will find WCJC to be the perfect place for getting basic courses out of the way.
“If you’re looking for a new career path, we have one and two-year programs that can help you enter the workforce immediately,” Martinez said. “If your ultimate goal is a bachelor’s degree, WCJC offers a fantastic value when compared to tuition at a university.”
A host of financial aid options are available for students, including grants, loans and scholarships. Visit the college’s website – wcjc.edu – for more information, along with detailed course offerings and schedules.