Resources for School Counselors
Spring 2023 Open House
Date: Saturday, April 29, 2023 at 1 p.m.
Westchester Community College provides a well-supported coordinated network that affords clear and relevant pathways for every student’s success. We present each student the opportunities needed to flourish in an evolving social, economic, and technological landscape. Our students’ success stories are our passion.
Help your students access the education that will help them thrive in their careers and in society.
Start at WCC, transfer with Junior status.
Transfer pathways and transferrable credits help our students get an affordable start on their 4-year degree. Learn more about transfer agreements.
WCC prepares students to enter the workforce.
Our students enter the workforce directly upon graduation with help from Career Services, who support our students with resume help, job interview practice, and career fairs.
Support resources and programs make a difference for our students.
WCC offers a diverse array of support to help our students succeed. From free tutoring to programs that provide support for individuals from disadvantages backgrounds and services for students with disabilities, we are here to help.
Get connected with the Office of Admissions
degree and certificate programs to choose from
of our graduates transfer to four-year schools within a year of graduation.
(Based on data for the classes of 2017-2018)
clubs and organizations to help students connect
Reminder: Once a student has submitted an application to Westchester Community College, please send their official transcript to HSTranscript@sunywcc.edu. Transcripts will be used to determine if a student can be exempt from placement testing requirements based on academic performance. For details about placement testing exemptions, visit the Testing Center page.
Once a student has completed all high school graduation requirements, please email an official final transcript with month/date/year of graduation to HSTranscript@sunywcc.edu. Without proof of graduation, a student’s financial aid eligibility may be affected.