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Program start times vary. Please make sure you are aware of your program’s start time.
The office of Student Services offers assistance in obtaining financial aid, veteran's benefits, academic counseling, personal counseling, career counseling, and testing. School information such as completion rates, school security policies, and crime statistics is available on our website. A written copy of this information can be obtained by contacting a guidance secretary at 352-726-2430 ext. 4301.
Please contact one of our career counselors/advisors to allow them to provide you with assistance in choosing a new career or acquiring additional training to improve your skills at your current job.
WTC Certified School Counselor:
- Ryan Naugle
WTC Career Advisors:
- Dana Davis
- Angel Vincent
You may schedule an appointment to meet with a counselor/advisor by calling 352-726-2430 Ext 4301 or by emailing Student Services
High School Student Enrollment:
Eligible high school students are able to enroll in certain Career and Technical programs at WTC to earn high school elective credits as well as post-secondary clock hours. Students typically spend part of the day at their home high school and part of the day at WTC. Click on the link for more information about high school enrollment and qualifications for admissions High School Enrollment Information
High school enrollment applications are available at your high school and WTC or can be downloaded here: High School Enrollment Application
Students 16 years or older are eligible to apply for admission to many of WTC’s programs. Most career and technical education programs begin in January and again in August. Patient Care Assistant classes have various start dates during the school year. Enrollment in GED® preparation, ESOL, community education, applied academics and adult enrichment classes varies throughout the year. Contact student services for specific information.
Ready to Enroll?
Contact WTC Student Services at 375-726-2430 ext. 4326 and schedule an appointment to meet with a counselor or career advisor. You will then start the enrollment process to include:
- Completing an application.
- Paying the application fee for all new students and any former student entering a new program.
- Testing and counseling (if required).
- Payment of the registration fee (non-refundable).
Click here for the steps to enroll: 5 Easy Steps to Enroll
This process must be completed before enrollment. Most programs admit students on a first-come, first-served basis. If the program is full, a waiting list is maintained.
Business Office Information:
- All payments are to be made in the Cashier’s Office / Room 117A.
- Cash, Visa or Mastercard are accepted. Checks are not accepted.
Transfer of Credit:
Students who attended other accredited technical centers may submit copies of their records at the time of application. Records are reviewed by counselors in conjunction with individual instructors to determine if credit can be transferred.
Proof of Residency for Tuition Purposes:
Proof of Florida Residency and Fees are due prior to beginning adult education classes. Please click on the links below for more information regarding residency requirements and tuition waivers.