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How to Apply

Admissions - Getting Started

WITC has an easy 3-step program admissions process. For the fastest admissions decision, complete all three steps in one campus visit!

1. Apply

Complete and submit your application online by selecting the 'Apply online now' link below. You will be asked to submit payment for the $30 non-refundable application fee. Before you begin this application, you will want to have the following information available:

TIP: If you have applied and paid the application fee before, you won’t have to pay it again. Call the Student Services office if you have questions on this fee. You may also request and complete a paper application form. The paper form can be mailed or brought to the WITC campus.

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2. Assess

WITC uses ACCUPLACER® as its admission/course placement assessment tool. It is a computerized test in reading, writing, and math. The entrance assessment requirement may be waived if you have a higher learning degree or have satisfactory scores on a recent college entrance tests such as the ACT, ACCUPLACER, ASSET, or COMPASS. For more information or to schedule your appointment, contact the Student Services Office at a campus near you. Call 800.243.9482 and dial the correct extension below: ACCUPLACER® is an important assessment and we encourage all students to brush up their skills and review one or more of these valuable study materials before taking the test.

3. Interview

Your third and final step is a counselor interview which typically occurs immediately after your scheduled assessment. (In certain cases the interview will be conducted by phone.) In your interview our counselor will review your assessment scores, program choice and discuss with you any additional entrance requirements. Out-of-district applicants will be admitted in priority order for fall term after January 1 and for spring term after May 1.

TIP: Bring your high school and/or college transcripts to your interview. The college uses the completed assessment, along with high school and other postsecondary transcripts, to measure your skill level and to help place you in courses and/or a program.

Questions?

For more information about the admissions process, or if you would like a personal consultation, please call 800.243.9482 or contact a campus Admissions Advisor.

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AccuPlacer Study Materials Link