All of Wharton County Junior College’s career and technical opportunities
are offered without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, and disability.
Degrees and Programs
Wharton County Junior College offers an Associate of Arts degree, Associate of Arts in Teaching degree, Associate of Applied Science degrees, and certificate/certification programs.
Associate of Arts Degree
Behavioral Science (Psychology/Sociology/Anthropology)
Social Science (History, Geography,Government)
Associate of Arts Degree in Teaching
Associate of Applied Science Degrees & Certificates
Automotive Technology (AAS) Automotive Technology (Certificate) Cosmetology (Certificate)
Computer Programming (AAS)
PC Technical Support
Dental Hygiene (AAS)
Early Childhood/Child Development (AAS)
Early Childhood Administrative
Early Childhood Technical Electronics Technology (AAS)
Emergency Medical Services (AAS)
Emergency Medical Technology-Paramedic (Cert.)
Engineering Design (AAS)
Computer Aided Drafting (CAD)
Fire Academy (Certificate)
Health Information Technology (AAS)
Heating, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Electrical Technology (Certificate)
Human Services (AAS)
Human Services Technician (Certificate)
Law Enforcement (AAS)
Paralegal Studies (AAS)
Physical Therapist Assistant (AAS)
Police Academy (Certificate)
Network Administration (AAS)
Cisco Router Networking
Nuclear Power Technology (AAS)
Nursing ADN (AAS)
Office Administration (AAS)
Process Technology (AAS)
Radiologic Technology (AAS)
Surgical Technology (Certificate)
Welding Technology (Certificate)
Students seeking admission to Wharton County Junior College should file the following with WCJC prior to established registration deadlines:
A WCJC Application for Admission. (You may print an application form from our website, www.wcjc.edu Select Admissions and Registration, then Forms, then Application for Admission Form.)
A High School Transcript showing date of graduation.
Transfer students must also submit official college transcripts.
THEA (or alternative test) scores (or proof of THEA exemption).
A proof of residence document. Usually, the Residency Information portion of the application will
Wharton County Junior College is an equal opportunity institution. It does not discriminate against any per- son in its employment, personnel relations, admission or services because of the person’s age, race, color, reli- gion, sex, place of national origin, or handicap. The College complies with the provisions of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (P.L. 88-352), Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (P.L. 92-318), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (P.L. 93-112), and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (P.L. 101- 336). Any allegations of violation should be brought to the attention of the Affirmation Action Officer. Telephone: 979.532.6308.
SERVICES FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
Wharton County Junior College is committed to providing a discrimination-free environment for its students with disabilities. Students with disabilities are encouraged to inform the college of any assistance they may need upon application. Early self-identification will allow the student to receive whatever accommodation he or she may need as quickly as possible.
Students with disabilities are encouraged to register with the ADA Coordinator, located in the Office of Student Services and to provide appropriate documentation. This action entitles qualified students with dis- abilities to their legal rights and assures them of receiving information on services and procedures available to them. Disability information is strictly confidential and is not released without consent of the student.
It is the responsibility of the student with a disability to voluntarily and confidentially disclose information regarding the nature and extent of the disability. Wharton County Junior College does not assume responsibil- ity for providing special accommodations and services to students who have not identified themselves as having a qualifying disability and who have not made their need known.
Specific disability services are based on individual needs and circumstances. To initiate services, students should contact the ADA Coordinator, prior to each semester. For more information about Title IX and section / Americans with Disabilities Act, please contact:
Patsy Freeman • Wharton County Junior College • Pioneer Student Center 911 Boling Highway • Wharton, Texas 77488 • Phone: 979.532.6384
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL 1.800.561.WCJC (9252)
Website address: www.wcjc.edu