Remote Learning

WCCC will remain in a remote environment for the last two weeks of this semester.  Our intention is to return to campus for live instruction in the programs that have been live this Fall for the  Spring semester.  Migrating to a fully remote environment for the remainder of the Fall semester will only aid us in being able to return mid-January to live instruction.   

Enrollment and Student Services staff will be communicating directly with students regarding the return to campus in January as well as coordinating arrangements to pick up any necessary items left in the dorms.  Questions or need for assistance with this transition, should be directed to Dean Nichole Cote at or at (207)454-1012.


Pre-registration ONLINE for Spring 2021

Pre-registration ONLINE for Spring 2021 is from November 30 – December 4.

Prior to registering, students are encouraged to contact their academic advisor.

To register for Spring 2021:

  1. Review your Degree Audit/Advising Worksheet
  2. Talk or email your Advisor
  3. Register online by logging in to your MyWCCC - Video directions to register online
  4. Review your schedule

If you have questions about specific courses, please contact your academic advisor. If you have a hold on your account, please contact the office listed for the hold.  Please remember that Pre-registration week allows returning students to have first choice of Spring classes.  Registering this week will secure your seat in the courses you need.


CARES Act Funding : Fall of 2020

WCCC is opening the CARES Act emergency grant funding application process for the fall of 2020 on August 6, 2020. CARES Act funding was a response by the United States Department of Education to assist students in continuing their education during COVID-19. Because CARES Act emergency funds are federally-funded, eligibility is restricted by the U.S. Department of Education to students who meet the general eligibility criteria below. One example of CARES Act emergency funds is to request for items such technology (laptop, desktop computer, printer, ink, and etc.). Technology funds for the fall of 2020 are based on computer requirements for each major. If you have additional request outside of technology, please explain the needs. Thank you

Based on the program of study, below, students may apply up to the following amounts:

  • Computer Technology: $1,800
  • Automotive Technology, Engine Specialist, Heating Technology, Heavy Equipment Maintenance and Operations, Residential and Commercial Electricity, Powersports and Small Engine Repair, and Welding Technology: $900
  • Programs not listed above: $500

You can view minimum technology standards here.

If you need assistance, please contact Student Services at (207) 454-1000 or via email at

Please click here to review eligibility and apply. 


Fall 2020 Course Information- Updated as of 8/17/2020


WCCC is currently making ongoing changes to the fall schedule to adhere to the latest CDC and State of Maine guidelines to prepare for the start of the Fall semester. If the schedule change, we will post the date and word updated. 


COVID-19 Updates

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For information and regular updates on WCCC's response to the COVID-19 outbreak please click HERE. Please review the new page on Student Assistance and Resources

In an effort to comply with CDC recommendations to limit the impact of COVID-19 in our communities, Washington County Community College (WCCC) many staff members are working remotely at this time. There is limited access to WCCC campus. Please call (207) 454-1000 to discuss access or to make an appointment for necessary assistance during this time.


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