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Types of Classes

To meet your needs and schedule, WCC offers many types of classes. This page briefly describes each one and provides links to relevant classes.

  • Traditional classes meet during the workweek, with starting times between 7:00am and 5:00pm.
  • Evening classes start at 5:30pm or later, giving you the flexibility to work full time while also getting an education.
  • Weekend classes typically meet for just a few hours on Saturday or Sunday, making them a great way to pursue an education if your workweek is already full.
  • Extension site classes bring the classroom to you, providing opportunities in Brighton, Dexter, Hartland and Ypsilanti.
  • Online Classes offer the ultimate in convenience by letting you learn where you want, when you want.
  • Blended Classes reduce the amount of time you have to spend on campus because they combine classroom and online learning.
  • LifeLong Learning classes, which are non-credit, help you do everything from exploring a hobby to meeting professional licensing requirements.
  • GED classes help you prepare to take the GED test if you didn’t finish high school.

Get Advising From Home

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Books Delivered to You

Save time and gas: Get your books online through WCC’s Barnes & Noble Bookstore.

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What Students Say About Online Classes

“Online classes allowed me to take more credits per semester while working part-time. Besides, what is better than attending school curled up on the couch and in your pajamas!”

—Kim C., 23

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