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January 2024

Latest News from Wake Tech


New Transfer Options for Two IT Programs

Wake Tech Cybersecurity and Advertising and Graphic Design graduates can now pursue bachelor's degrees at Montreat College, thanks to a new academic partnership.
In The Community

Student IDs Approved as Voter Identification for 2024 Elections

Students at North Carolina's largest community college will be able to use their student ID badges to vote in primary and general elections this year.

College Welcomes Record Spring Enrollment

Wake Tech began the spring semester on January 8 with record enrollment. The college welcomed more than 23,000 degree-seeking students for the first day of classes – up 11% from a year ago. More than 3,500 of those students are new to Wake Tech.
Student Success

College Announces Fall Honor Roll

Wake Tech President Dr. Scott Ralls is proud to announce more than 2,000 students made the honor roll for the Fall 2023 semester, up nearly 140 students from the same semester last year.

Wake Tech Celebrates Fall Graduates

Saturday was a day of pomp and circumstance, as hundreds of proud Wake Tech graduates celebrated their accomplishments with family and friends at the Fall Commencement exercises.

Agreement Makes Transferring to William Peace University Easier

Fifteen new and revised articulation agreements between Wake Tech Community College and William Peace University makes it even easier for students to finish their bachelor's degree, officials said.

Students Showcase Skills at Bakers' Row

Wake Tech baking students showcased their skills at the much-anticipated Bakers' Row event.

Nonprofit Supplies Confidence to Students

Female students at Wake Tech now have access to everyday essentials, thanks to a new partnership with No Woman, No Girl, a local nonprofit that provides supplies to women in need.

Engineering Students Test Their Machine-Building Creativity

Sounds of balloons popping filled the Conference Center at Southern Wake Campus as some 200 Wake Tech engineering students put their design skills to the test during the innovative Rube Goldberg machine-building competition.