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Counseling, Disability Support and Career Services

The Wallace Community College counseling process begins during recruitment, when prospective students are provided with information pertinent to making career decisions. This process continues when placement tests are administered to enrollees and as students consult faculty advisors and counselors throughout their tenure at Wallace Community College.

Please click on the videos below for quick answers to frequently asked questions we receive:

How to register for classes online using myWCC

How to get a STARS Guide

How to find my degree plan

How to find my academic advisor

How to determine in which classes I placed (based on ACCUPLACER, ACT, or SAT scores)

How to read your class schedule

How to register for the ACCUPLACER exam

How to read my degree plan

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