Care Center

When life’s challenges threaten to derail your academic endeavors, Wake Tech’s Care Center can provide the guidance and resources to help you stay on track to achieve your educational and career goals. The center creates and maintains a circle of student care to clear a path toward success.

 


The Care Center offers services in six areas:

Locations

The Care Center is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., for walk-in assistance at the following locations:

Southern Wake Campus
Building L, Suite 128

Scott Northern Wake Campus
Building B, Suite 137

Students can also email [email protected] or call 919-866-6111 to receive assistance on either of those campuses, as well as on the following campuses:

RTP Campus
Building 1, Suite 244

Perry Health Sciences Campus
Location TBA

Not on any of the campuses listed? Care Center services are available to all Wake Tech students, so call, email or complete the intake form to request services.

After receiving the intake form, Care Center staff will follow up to gather additional information or schedule an in-person or online appointment. They will then work to connect each student with the resources he or she needs.

The Care Center also proudly supports Fostering Bright Futures, a unique program to help former foster your succeed, and Pathways Male Mentoring, part of the North Carolina Community College System's Minority Male Success Initiative.

Contact us

Michael Coleman
Michael Coleman
Dean of Student Engagement and Impact

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Southern Wake Campus
Building L - 129

919-866-6226 (office)

Melody Henderson
Melody Henderson
Director of Student Support Programs

~ Contact Info ~

Southern Wake Campus
Building L - 128B

919-866-5942 (office)

Eliane Hernandez Acosta
Eliane Hernandez Acosta
Assistant to the Dean for Student Engagement and Impact

~ Contact Info ~

Southern Wake Campus
Building L - 129

919-866-5131 (office)

For more information, email [email protected] or call 919-866-6111.

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