Unconditional Admission of First-Time College Students
Applicants who have not previously attended a duly accredited postsecondary institution are designated first-time college students or native students.
For unconditional admission and to be classified as degree eligible, applicants must have on file at the institution a completed application for admission and at least one of the following criteria.
- An official high school transcript showing graduation.
- An official GED® Certificate issued by the appropriate state education agency.
Conditional Admission of First-time College Students
Conditional admission may be granted to applicants if the College has not received proof that they have not satisfied one of the admission requirements identified above.
If all required admission records are not received by Wallace Community College prior to issuance of first-term grades, the grades are reported on the transcript; however, the transcript will read CONTINUED ENROLLMENT DENIED PENDING RECEIPT OF ADMISSION RECORDS. This notation is removed from the transcript only upon receipt of all required admission records. Students shall not be allowed to enroll for a second semester unless all required admission records have been received by the College prior to registration for the second semester. The responsibility for providing all required documents rests with the student.