Student Resources

 New and Prospective Students

Getting Started

  1. To view a general list of online classes by semester, visit this site: Open SUNY Navigator
  2. To find specific online classes using the Westchester Community College search feature, go to the college homepage: and click on MyWCC on the top right of the page.


Under “Registration Information” click on Search for Classes


Select the desired term and subject and then click on Additional Search Criteria to expand the menu. Change Mode of Instruction to Online and then click on Search.


How to Apply – Complete an application: All students, including online and visiting students, must apply to WCC by submitting an ONLINE APPLICATION. You will be notified by Admissions when you are accepted. Notification of Admission Status is sent approximately one week after applications are processed.

Admissions Contact Information
Phone: 914-606-6735
Office hours are:

Monday, Tuesday, Friday: 9am – 5pm
Wednesday and Thursday: 9am – 7pm

Tuition & Fees:

If you are a returning student who attended WCC less than seven years ago, you must contact the Registrar’s Office at to reactivate your records. If you attended WCC more than seven years ago, you must visit the Admissions Office to submit a new application and transcripts.

How to Register – after receiving an ID from the Admission office, you will need to activate your account. Go to the MyWCC page (as outline above) and click on New Students under MyWCC Account Activation.


Once your account is activated, follow these directions to register: (Make Your Schedule pdf )

You can find more information on how to register, make payments and drop and/or swap courses here:

Email: One hour after you have created your MyWCC Account, your WCC Email Address will be activated. Follow these directions on how to access your email account: (Email Account pdf)

This account, hosted by Microsoft Office 365 Pro, offers e-mail, 1 TB of online file storage via OneDrive, Office Online, Office Mobile, and the latest versions of Word, Excel, OneNote, and PowerPoint – all for free with a Westchester Community College student email account.

Important information about online learning – (“What Students Need to Know about Online Learning” coming soon, also see below)

E-Counseling and Academic Planning

Need to pick courses, check transfer credits, or plan a semester for degree completion?

The counseling office can help answer all your academic questions.  You can even ask your question now via E-Counseling:

Remember to review the ACADEMIC CALENDAR for important dates, (application, registration, add/drop, refunds, withdrawals).

Course Information

Each division office governs the creation, instructor, and cancellation (if applicable) of their online classes.  For more information about the course you should contact the right department. For more information about a specific course or program of study, please visit the following websites:

Search the Course Catalog for course descriptions:
Find out more information about our Programs of Study:

State Authorization

What is State Authorization 

State laws and regulations require out-of-state educational institutions to obtain approval before enrolling students. Requirements to obtain authorization vary greatly from state to state, as do the application processes and the cost to comply. State Authorization is simply the term used to cover all aspects of an institution’s process for obtaining approval to operate in an out-of-state location through either online education, practicums, clinicals, or face-to-face instruction.

What does it mean for students?

State regulations, authorization requirements, costs, and application processes vary greatly. Therefore, there course that WCC offers online that are not available in every state or location. Students should check the authorization status of their state of residence and program choice prior to applying to Westchester Community College. Follow this link for more information:

List of Student Services

Other Useful Contacts:

Complete List of Degrees and Certificates:

Disability Services:

Financial Aid:


Ask a Tutor:

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