On Monday, July 18, the Paul W. Smith show, which airs on WJR-AM 760, will hold its morning broadcast here at Washtenaw Community College.
This is an exciting opportunity. WCC will be showcased to the station's audience, which reaches approximately 600,000 listeners a week, across Michigan and several states in the Midwest.
The broadcast begins at 6:00am and runs through 9:00am.
Tune in as we share with a large regional radio audience the remarkable work that is done each and every day here at WCC. Full Story »
More than 55 representatives from colleges and universities throughout Michigan and beyond are attending WCC's Winter Transfer Fair on Wednesday, Feb. 17. The event takes place from 10:00am to 3:00pm on the second floor of the Student Center building. It's free to students interested in learning more about their college transfer options. The public is also welcome.
Between 25 and 30 percent of WCC students transfer to four-year colleges and universities each year. Full Story »
Ypsilanti native Brittany Barnhart, 21, may not have known what career she wanted to pursue when she went to college, but she knew exactly what school would help her figure it out. Having received the Presidential Scholarship from Washtenaw Community College—awarded for a student’s academic achievement—Barnhart enrolled directly after high school.
“I didn’t know what I wanted to do when I graduated high school,” she said. Full Story »
Since 2002, WCC’s digital video production program has gone through a lot of changes: more students, new full-time faculty, upgraded facilities including an editing lab and a green screen, and new top-of-the-line cameras, light kits, and software. One thing that hasn’t changed is the end-of-the-year Digital Video and Animation Festival, where the best of the students’ work is judged before an audience.
How long is your commute to class? Two miles? Ten? Some WCC students from Livingston County drive up to 60 miles roundtrip to take a class on campus. However, others have shortened their commute by taking classes at one of two WCC extension centers in Livingston County.
For someone who enrolled in WCC’s digital video production program on an impulse, John Inwood is doing all right. He was nominated for an Emmy for one of his films, and his latest short film was recently shown at the Ann Arbor Film Festival.
WCC is saddened at the passing of its longest-serving trustee, Richard W. Bailey, on April 2.
By Janet Miller
For decades, WCC has worked with area businesses to train their employees in quality practices. This April, instructors who train drivers for area roadways will be the recipients of Washtenaw’s expertise.
By Janet Miller
One look at the vivid turquoise peacock in full display on its front cover and the impressive variety of personal expression inside its pages, and you know you’re looking at an exceptional publication.
By Matthew Novetske
Being prepared when registration starts for WCC’s Spring/Summer Semester can help students avoid getting delayed during the process, according to Kathy Currie, director of student records.