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Spring/Summer and Fall 2018 registration open

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Register now for Spring/Summer and Fall 2018 classes at Washtenaw Community College.

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Proclamation from Ann Arbor mayor honors contributions of WCC to community

In recognition of national Community College Month, Ann Arbor mayor Christopher Taylor issued a proclamation today urging citizens to recognize and appreciate the contributions Washtenaw Community College makes to the community.

The proclamation notes that WCC not only instructs more than 25,000 credit and non-credit students each year, but also offers other programs and services that benefit the entire community, employs nearly 1,500 full- and part-time faculty and staff, and has an estimated economic impact of $375 million.

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Recognized in April, Community Colleges Make Contributions Year-Round

Today’s community colleges are as diverse as the students they serve. More than 1,100 community colleges across the nation serve more than 12 million students annually.

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WCC student wins $120,000 scholarship

A Washtenaw Community College student has earned a prestigious Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship.

Maria Paula Salazar is one of 47 students nationwide – and the only from Michigan – to earn the highly-selective scholarship that awards up to $40,000 annually for three years to the nation’s top community college students seeking to complete a bachelor’s degree.

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WCC Community Enrichment classes offer something for everyone

Washtenaw Community College is dedicated to improving students’ lives through education and career preparation through its for-credit academic programs. The college’s Workforce Development department also works diligently with local organizations to ensure it’s creating the labor pool Washtenaw County and southeastern Michigan need to thrive in a global economy.

WCC and McKinley, Inc. team up to create Maintenance Apprenticeship Program

McKinley, Inc., one of the nation’s largest residential and commercial real estate development companies, has called upon Washtenaw Community College to help train building maintenance professionals for employment at the company’s apartment and housing units around the Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti area.

WCC recognized for online learning excellence

AffordableCollegesOnline.org (ACO) lists Washtenaw Community College as the best two-year college in Michigan and among the top 50 in the nation in its annual ranking of excellence in online learning.

Third international labor union brings instructor training to WCC

An international labor union representing trained plasterers and cement masons has agreed to hold its instructor training program on the Washtenaw Community College campus with the first of the annual sessions to be held June 25-29, 2018.

Schedule of Career & Technical Education events at WCC during national CTE Month

Joining a national movement to celebrate Career and Technical Education, Washtenaw Community College will host a number of events in February to highlight the value and accomplishments of CTE programs on our campus and across the country.

Students in WCC STEM Scholars Program will share in $4.9M grant to MSU

A $4.9 million grant to Michigan State University will directly impact low-income students hoping to begin a science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) education at Washtenaw Community College.

MLK Day celebrates King's continuing legacy

The legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. – who has been dead longer than he was alive -- crushed social norms and continues to challenge modern society.

WCC showcasing mobility, intelligent transportation systems at NAIAS

Washtenaw Community College is playing a key role to create the talent pipeline necessary for southeast Michigan to be the epicenter of the autonomous and connected vehicle world and mobility revolution. For the second consecutive year, the college will exhibit its expertise, capabilities, classroom programs and the workforce training it has developed to pursue that goal at the North American International Auto Show [NAIAS].

WCC student part of locally-produced documentary

Washtenaw Community College student Veronica Centeno-Cruz is one of 12 cast members whose “otherness” is celebrated in a locally-produced documentary “Me, The ‘Other’” set to premiere at the Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor on Monday, January 15.

President's statement on the passing of John W. Barfield

WCC President Dr. Rose B. Bellanca sent the following statement to college faculty and staff:

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