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Westmoreland County Community College hosts Express Enrollment

Deb Erdley

Students considering summer school can fill in all the blanks at Westmoreland County Community College’s Express Enrollment Day on April 6.

WCCC will be hosting a “one-stop shop” for prospective students from 10 am. until 2 p.m. at its campuses and centers in Hempfield, Latrobe, Mt. Pleasant, New Kensington, Murrysville, Uniontown and Indiana.

Students may complete the free application, explore financial aid options, schedule classes and register at any Westmoreland location or online, all in the same day.

New students should bring a copy of their high school transcript.

WCCC hosts four summer sessions: a five-week session starting May 13, a 10-week session starting May 16, an eight-week session starting May 30 and a second five-week session starting June 27. Fall classes begin August 15.

For more information visit westmoreland.edu/xpress or visit westmoreland.edu/classes to view the summer and fall class schedules.

Deb Erdley is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Deb at 724-850-1209, [email protected] or via Twitter .


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