Wake Tech translates its mission, vision, values and goals into action through clearly defined programs and services.
Student Centers have been established on all Wake Tech campuses for students to study, relax and get refreshments. The centers may include televisions, vending machines, computers and other services, depending on the needs of the campus.
Student Centers are located on the Southern Wake Campus (Building L), the Scott Northern Wake Campus (Building B), the Perry Health Sciences Campus (Building 2), the Western Wake Campus (second floor), the Public Safety Education Campus (Room 1420) and the RTP Campus (Building 1).
When using the Wake Tech Student Centers:
Keep noise of all kinds to a minimum.
Help to keep centers clean and accessible for all.
Respect yourself and others.
Failure to comply with the guidelines above will result in the loss of student center privileges for a period of time and the incident reported to the Student Conduct Officer. A second offense will result in loss of privileges for an extended period of time and additional sanction(s) from the Student Conduct Officer.
The purpose of this policy is to provide a standard procedure for the storage and disposal of lost or unclaimed items on Wake Tech's premises. Whenever possible, the owner of such items will be contacted first.
The following guidelines apply:
Items valued at more than $200 (laptops, purses, jewelry, etc.) will be recorded in a log and locked in a secure storage area accessible only to an authorized Wake Tech employee. Items may be reclaimed only by someone providing identification and proof of ownership.
Lost and Found repositories are located in the reception areas on most campuses, with these exceptions:
The Student Government Association (SGA) is the campus organization that represents the interests of all Wake Tech students. Each curriculum student enrolled at Wake Tech is required to pay the Student Administration Fee and shall be a member of the SGA and governed by its rules and regulations.
The Student Activities Office supports and encourages participation in co-curricular and extracurricular organizations and clubs at Wake Tech. Professional organizations and clubs give students a unique opportunity to develop leadership skills, network with professionals in a given field of study and get involved in the campus community. Students interested in joining a club should visit Wake Tech XTRA.
Guidelines for organizational approval
All student organizations must be approved by the college through the Student Activities Office. The following are procedural guidelines for obtaining new student organization approval:
Through a competitive intercollegiate athletic program, the mission of Wake Tech Athletics is to enhance the overall college curriculum by promoting character growth, leadership development, teamwork and the opportunity to develop skills to excel academically, socially and physically. Wake Tech encourages all students to participate in athletics to create a diverse campus environment that builds and strengthens relationships and provides interaction between all entities of the college: students, faculty and staff.
Wake Tech Athletics offers high-quality instruction and support services with the collaborative efforts of faculty, staff, administration, trustees and the community. Wake Tech offers equal opportunity for all in compliance with the regulations of Title IX and adheres to Wake Tech's established code of conduct for all athletes and program participants.
Wake Tech is a proud member of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA), Region 10.
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