Last Chance to Withdraw Without “W” on Record

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Monday July 11th marks the last chance to withdraw from classes without receiving a “W” grade on your transcript. This is also the 40% tuition deadline for summer quarter. If you decide to drop a class, you will receive 40% of your tuition back, and not receive a “W”on your record.

Make sure to speak to an advisor about how a change in credit load can impact your financial aid and academic standing. Call Entry & Advising at 360.383.3080 to schedule an appointment or to inquire about drop-in times!

 

40% Refund Deadline Approaching

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Monday July 11th is the 40% refund deadline for summer quarter classes. Withdraw by this date in order to receive 40% of your tuition back! Contact Entry and Advising in Laidlaw 116, or by calling 360.383.3080 to schedule an appointment with an advisor.

Remember that withdrawing can impact your financial aid, academic standing and more. Before dropping classes be sure to check with an advisor or financial aid representative!

Rader Farms Hiring Event

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Tuesday, May 31st 10:00 am to 3:00 pm in the Laidlaw Foyer

Whatcom Community College will host a hiring event for Rader Farms. Rader Farms grow, process, and pack fresh berries in Whatcom County. Stop by to chat with the company representative, Micah.

If you want a few tips on how to engage an employer at a hiring event, by The Career & Transfer Center in LDC 116. We are happy to provide you with some guidance, or look over your resume.

6/3 Deadline: Lois Jean Roberts Memorial Nursing Scholarship

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APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS & CRITERIA:

  1. Applicant must either reside in Whatcom County or have graduated from a Whatcom County high school.
  2. Preference will be given to students seeking degrees from Washington State programs.
  3. Provide official copy of high school or college transcripts.
  4. Document Science and Math aptitude in high school or other post-secondary classes by providing class title and grade.
  5. List and/or describe community service activities.
  6. Provide documentation of acceptance into a qualified nursing program.
  7. Cover letter describing your personal and professional goals.
  8. Provide documentation of financial need including all sources of funds.
  9. Provide references from high school or college instructors or counselors and/or other professional relationships.

Download and fill out and print one of the following forms:

Lois Jean Roberts Nursing Scholarship (PDF)

Lois Jean Roberts Scholarship (Word)

Print and return the completed application to
Chuckanut Health Foundation,
PO Box 5641
Bellingham, WA 98227-5641
or email to info@chuckanuthealthfoundation.org on or before the deadline: June 3, 2016.

Applications will be considered only when all required materials are received by the deadline.

Surviving the Transfer Application Workshop

Tomorrow from 10:30-Noon in Laidlaw Center room 211!

WCC Career and Academic Advising

SURIVING THE TRANSFER APPLICATIONAre you applying for fall 2016 admission to a university?  Have questions about the application process? Feeling overwhelmed? We can help! Attend our Surviving the Transfer Application workshop on Tuesday April 26th from 10:30am-Noon in LDC
211! Come learn how to apply to schools, order transcripts, admission essay tips and more!

Have any questions? Contact our transfer advisor Jessica Larson at jlarson@whatcom.ctc.edu, or 360.383.3064!

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HSF Scholarship Opportunities!

Reminder! The deadline for the HSF scholarship is approaching on March 30th 2016!

WCC Career and Academic Advising

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In the 2015-2016 scholarship cycle, Hispanic Scholarship Fund selected more than 4,400 Scholars funded by many different companies and organizations. The HSF application opens January 1st and allows students to apply for multiple scholarships with one application! Awards range from $500-$5,000 and may be used for the institution and major of choice. Create your MyHSF profile and get ready now, to apply for scholarships January 1st!

Eligibility for the Hispanic Scholarship Fund Scholarships:

  • Must be of Hispanic heritage
  • U.S. citizen, permanent legal resident, DACA or eligible non-citizen (as defined by FAFSA)
  • Minimum of 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent) for high school students; minimum of 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent) for college and graduate students
  • Plan to enroll full-time in an accredited 4-year university in the fall of the desired scholarship year
  • Complete FAFSA or Dream Act (if applicable)

The deadline for the HSF scholarship is March 30th 2016.

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