Wake Tech has articulation agreements with four-year colleges and universities that give students options for transferring AAS degree credits toward a bachelor’s degree. [Details...]
Work-Based Learning at Wake Tech provides an excellent opportunity for students to build their resume, apply classroom instruction in the workplace and develop employability and technical skills through real-life work experiences.
Wake Tech students may be eligible for a variety of scholarships, as listed on the Foundation homepage.
Students should submit only ONE application per cycle to be considered for scholarships opportunities.