ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS AND PROCEDURES
To enroll in a full-time program, applicants must first attend a free information session, complete an application, and pass assessments for their desired program. Prospective students should complete the FAFSA and will meet with our Financial Aid Clerk during the enrollment process.
PRIOR STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP
Students who have completed a program at the Wayne County Schools Career Center within the last five (5) years, will be granted a $250 scholarship towards a full-time program. Documentation of the previously completed program will be required.
In compliance with the Higher Education Act (HEA), WCSCC does not require any vaccinations for admission. However, certain programs within the school may require vaccinations to successfully complete all aspects of the program.
Certificates of completion are awarded to each student who attends 80 percent of scheduled classes of at least five hours duration and satisfactorily completes the required coursework. Additional copies of certificates and transcripts are available from the Adult Education Office at $3 per copy.
Adult & Community Education, WCSCC, is accredited with Council on Occupational Education, (COE) 7840 Roswell Road, Building 300, Suite 325, Atlanta, GA 30350, Telephone: 770-396-3898 / FAX: 770-396-3790, www.council.org. COE is a national accreditor with specific focus on quality and integrity in career and technical education. As a member of the University System of Ohio, WCSCC is governed by the Ohio Department of Higher Education.
FACULTY AND STAFF
Instructors are certified by the State of Ohio and must have a minimum of five years experience and/or a college degree in their teaching field.
Call Connie at 330-669-7070, ext. 6000, to schedule meetings or events at WCSCC. Excellent facilities and audiovisual equipment are available.
PARKING AND BUILDING SECURITY
Large, well-lit parking lots are provided. All exterior doors to the main building are locked, you must have an active student badge to access the building during your scheduled class sessions Our annual security report is available here.
SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNT
Residents age 62 or older, who are not employed full-time, pay 75% of the tuition fee for most part-time or short-term courses, but are responsible for other costs. Classes with Senior in title already discounted.
We reserve the right to cancel or postpone a course. Student will receive a full refund for cancelled classes or may transfer to another scheduled class.
Cash, check, money orders, Visa, MasterCard or Discover are accepted in the Adult Education Office. Classes Under $200: All tuition and fees are due at registration. Classes Between $200-600: Pay 25% at registration and remaining balance the first day of class. Classes Over $600: Pay 25% at registration with the balance split into equal monthly payments based on the length of class. The first payment will be due the first session. Failure to make timely payments could result in being unable to attend class. * Exception: Nurse Aide Training tuition must be paid in full on or before first day of class.
Class dates or times may be adjusted based on availability and enrollment. Please register 10 business days before a class is to begin to ensure book availability on first day of class.
WITHDRAWAL AND REFUNDS
Short-Term/Career Enhancement Programs If a request to withdraw is made:
- 7 or more days prior to class $5 processing fee
- 1-6 days prior to class $20 processing fee
- After class has started Scheduled hours/books
Withdrawal date is when AE Office is notified of student’s decision.
Career Development, Certified Professional Coder, Phlebotomy And Nurse Aide Training Programs Request to withdraw: After orientation and before 1st day of class you will pay a $100 processing fee
|Precentage Attended||Tuition Fees*||Precentage Attended||Tuition Fees*|
|51%-60%||60%||61% and up||100%|
*Percentage given is of tuition.
You will be charged for all books and supplies received. If a student has not communicated with us or been in class for two consecutive weeks the withdrawal/refund process will be initiated. Withdrawal date is the last day of attendance unless otherwise noted. Refunds will be mailed approximately 45 days after withdrawal date.
Students with outstanding balances will not be eligible to register for additional classes until balance is paid in full.
Delinquent payments may impact your enrollment in the class and result in a $25.00 fee.
RETURNED CHECK POLICY
Returned checks must be paid in cash along with a $10 service fee immediately upon notification. (Failure to do so will result in your account being turned over to collections.)
Anyone convicted of a sexual offender crime will not be permitted to enroll in classes at Wayne County Schools Career Center Adult & Community Education. Please note: conviction of any felony will restrict your ability to enroll in health related programs.
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WCSCC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS ARE SMOKE AND TOBACCO FREE
The Wayne County Schools Career Center and all clinical sites are non-smoking facilities. Clinical sites are considered an extension of the campus. Use of tobacco in any form is not allowed in the building, on the campus, or at the clinical sites. Furthermore, students are not permitted to smoke in their cars while the car is on school or clinical sites property. Violation of this policy will result in progressive disciplinary action.
For activities that begin before 3:00 pm: When the Career Center Secondary Classes are cancelled during the day, Adult Education classes are cancelled until 3:00 with the exception of clinicals that have started. These will continue until completion. Evening classes will be held unless a closing is announced. The decision will be made as early as possible. The district offices are not staffed during school closings. Please monitor the stations listed below. The following media will be used to report school closings: WKVX-AM 960 and WQKT-FM 104.5. Fox 8 WJW.