Wilson Community College serves Wilson and neighboring counties in eastern North Carolina but also attracts students from throughout the region. Founded in 1958, WCC is one of the oldest institutions in the 58-college North Carolina Community College System. WCC offers more than 70 degree, diploma, and certificate programs, and takes great pride in training today’s workforce through Continuing Education. WCC works with local businesses and industries to enhance their processes and the skills of their employees – oftentimes for free. The College also has two early colleges – Wilson Early College Academy and Wilson Academy of Applied Technology. The number of individuals that WCC serves through classes, trainings, and seminars each year is close to 7,000, which represents high school students taking college courses, traditional college students, continuing education students, those training on a particular skill at the workplace, and anyone participating as a client of the Small Business Center.
Dr. Jami Woods