Enrollment is in full swing for classes beginning Jan. 17, 2012. Check our interactive schedule for availability. Enroll today and take a step toward your goals!

Visit our National Center for Aviation Training campus at 4004 N. Webb or our Southside Education Center campus at 4501 E. 47th St. S.

You may also call 316.677.9400 or follow these enrollment steps:

Apply for admission

Complete a free application for admission.  If you are a first-time applicant, you will be asked to create a login.  If you have already started an application, login to continue your application.

Since WATC is an open access institution, you will be admitted to the college upon completion of your application.  Admission to the college does not guarantee admission to individual programs.  See individual program requirements.

Meet with an advisor (no appointment necessary)

Your advisor will guide you through the enrollment process by:

Explore payment options

Meet with financial aid to discuss grant, loan, and scholarship opportunities.  Many of our students receive some type of federal or institutional assistance. Meet with Business Office to discuss convenient payment options or pay balance of account not covered by aid. If you have not arranged for payment of your account by the due date, you will be dropped from your classes.

Visit the Bookstore

Take a copy of your schedule to the bookstore and they will assist you in selecting your books.  If your financial aid file is complete and your aid is sufficient to cover the balance, you may charge  books to your account.

Attend Orientation

New student orientation is an important part of your success at WATC. At orientation you will learn about services available to students and information about your student login to firefly, virtual classes, and email.

Attend class

At the time of enrollment, your advisor will provide you with a copy of your schedule. It is important that you come prepared on the first day of class.  If you are not able to attend a class, it is your responsibility to contact your instructor. If you plan to drop your class, you will need to meet with your advisor to officially withdraw.