Because of the COVID-19 Pandemic, we have modified our admissions process while ensuring that we remove several barriers toward enrolling at Wallace Community College. We recommend that you follow these Admissions steps below:

STEP 1. Apply for Admissions
Submit an Application for Admission. You may submit an application online.

STEP 2. Submit proof of high school graduation/GED completion
Acquire proof of high school graduation by requesting an official high school transcript which indicates the date of graduation or an official GED transcript. Have the high school or agency mail an official transcript to one of the above addresses.

STEP 3. Submit college transcripts only if you attended another college

Request official transcripts from each college/university you have attended. All official transcripts must be sent directly from the college/ university to one of the above addresses or via an electronic credentialing service such as Parchment, National Student Clearinghouse, or Scribbles.

STEP 4. Apply for Financial Aid (optional)
File your FASFA at using School Code 001018.

STEP 5. Select a SOAR session prior to selecting your classes. Click the link to register for SOAR.

SOAR is the College’s Student Orientation, Advising, and Registration event. You will receive information to transition to college, learn about resources, converse with various department personnel, meet your academic advisor, and register for classes.

At SOAR, students will be guided through the registration process in OneACCS. To review how to register for classes in OneACCS, please click here.

STEP 6. Pay Tuition and Fees via online using a credit card or financial aid
All tuition and fees must be paid by the first day of classes. Registration is not complete without full payment.

STEP 7. Purchase Books and Supplies

Wallace Community College’s Bookstore, housed in Cunningham Hall on the Dothan Campus, is operated by Barnes & Noble. We anticipate this change will greatly enhance the services we provide to our students, as well as afford students with cost-saving options for receiving their required course materials.

Barnes & Noble is offering Wallace Books+, a program that helps reduce the cost of materials, while also ensuring students conveniently receive all the required course materials before the first day of class.

Should you have any questions regarding the Bookstore, please do not hesitate to contact them at (334) 556-2240 or email:

STEP 8. Attend your classes