Self-Service is your all-in-one registration tool. You can search for classes, plan for current and future terms and then register for those classes right from your planner. Self-Service is available 24 hours a day, except for 9 p.m. Thursday to 6 a.m. Friday for system maintenance.
Through Self-Service, you can also locate your advisor, pay your tuition, view your grades and your unofficial transcript, access your financial aid information and more. A registration guide is available on my.waketech.edu.
Meeting with an academic advisor to plan courses before registering is strongly encouraged.
Searching and registering for classes in Self-Service
If you simply want to search the schedule of classes without registering, you do not need a user ID or password. Simply select "View For-Credit Courses" on Self-Service overview page.
While every possible effort is made to avoid schedule changes, Wake Tech reserves the right to cancel classes or make other changes without notice.
A student may enroll in the same course up to three times during his or her academic career, although some courses allow fewer retakes. If you have reached that limit and try to register to retake a course, you may see an error message in Self-Service. You must contact the appropriate academic department to request an exception.
If you receive an error message while trying to register for ENG-111, MAT-110, MAT-121, MAT-143, MAT-152 or MAT-171, check the Course Placement webpage for more information.
Registration holds of any type other than advising holds, such as unpaid traffic violations, tuition balances, financial aid debts, library fines, etc., must be cleared by the originating office. A hold will prevent your ability to access and complete registration on Self-Service.
Students on Academic Suspension for failure to maintain a cumulative 2.0 GPA must follow specific guidelines to have a registration hold lifted.
Tuition and fee charges are deferred for students with approved financial aid. If your financial aid application is not processed by the tuition payment deadline, or if your award is not sufficient to cover your balance due, you are responsible for paying your tuition and fees. Your schedule will be purged, and you will lose your seat in classes if payment is not received by the due date. You may view your financial aid status in Self-Service or contact the Financial Aid Office at 919-866-5410 or [email protected].
If a business is paying the tuition of an employee in North Carolina, in order to be charged the in-state rate, the employer must complete and sign the Sponsorship by a North Carolina Business form. Completed forms must be submitted by the student by the last day to add a course for the semester.
Grades are available online through Self-Service 24 hours after faculty submit them to the Registrar’s Office. Simply log in and click on Grades.
Wake Tech does not mail grade reports.
Individuals with disabilities who need assistance or require special accommodations to access college activities should request such services in advance by calling Disability Support Services at 919-866-5670 or Sorenson Video Phone for Deaf 919-324-1508.
Visiting students are expected to meet the same prerequisite and corequisite course requirements as other students. Visiting students are not assigned a faculty or academic advisor, but they can schedule a virtual academic advising appointment. They also can email [email protected] to get help with registration and information about course prerequisites.
Students in non-degree Workforce Continuing Education programs can register for classes anytime. Feel free to browse the course catalog sign up online for any upcoming courses that interest you.
Wake Tech offers classes in a variety of formats, and the format is noted in the course details in Self-Service.
Students are required to physically attend classes in a classroom on one of Wake Tech's campuses or centers to complete a course.
All material for courses is offered online through lessons and activities that can be accessed at any time from a web browser or mobile device.
Hybrid or blended describe courses that combine traditional face-to-face instruction and online learning activities to take advantage of the best features of both formats.
Students must complete eLearning Intro before they can register for an online course at Wake Tech. The requirement applies to all students, even visiting students.