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Winter 2018 registration open

Honors Students

Register now for winter classes at Washtenaw Community College.

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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.

MSU announced funding from the National Science Foundation last week, earmarked to offer financial assistance to students at WCC and Mott Community College in Flint who transfer to MSU’s College of Natural Science to complete their bachelor’s degrees.

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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.

On Jan. 11, Washtenaw Community College honored King through musical performances, spoken word and addresses ahead of the national holiday that commemorates the late activist’s birthday on Jan. 15.

“Freedom is the strongest seven-letter word in the human vocabulary, and I’m sure Dr.

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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].

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High School Students Can Get an Early Start on College

College is a destination for most high school students today. Many local students take advantage of an option that helps them get a head start on their college degree: they enroll at WCC while still in high school. The College calls it dual enrollment.

WCC Building Open House Set for Oct. 23

The public is invited to attend an open house at WCC to celebrate the renovations and renaming of the College’s Occupational Education building on Sunday, Oct. 23. That afternoon it will be renamed the Larry L. Whitworth Occupational Education building in honor of WCC’s recently retired president.

William Clay Ford Jr. Featured Speaker at Oct. 17 Event at WCC

William Clay Ford, Jr., executive chairman of Ford Motor Company, will address members of the Washtenaw Economic Club during the organization’s October luncheon on Monday, Oct. 17 at WCC.

WCC Creates Mobile App for Phones, Tablets

A new app make it easier for WCC students, employees, and others to access the College’s website with mobile devices such as smart phones and tablet computers.

WCC Job Fair Features Tech Careers Oct. 18

Approximately 25 companies in technology-related businesses will be on hand at the Fall Technology Job Fair sponsored by WCC’s Career Planning and Employment Services department. The fair takes place on Tuesday, Oct. 18, from 10:00am to 2:00pm in the Morris Lawrence building. It’s free to all WCC students, alumni, and community members.

WCC Journalists Win 29 Awards in State Contest

Journalists for WCC’s student newspaper, The Washtenaw Voice, recently received 29 awards in the annual Michigan Press Association Best Collegiate Newspaper Contest. The honors included the General Excellence Award for best overall student newspaper and first place for online newspaper.

Be Safe, Stay Safe

By Nancy Clay

WCC Instructor Searches for History—and Lives it

From February through April 2011, WCC humanities instructor Elisabeth Thoburn traveled to the Middle East in search of history. With travel plans carefully arranged and finalized months ahead of time, Thoburn found herself in Cairo as protesters swarmed Tahrir Square and the Egyptian government toppled.

You’ve Got Mail

Everyone gets so much email that it’s easy to overlook messages. But ignoring emails from WCC can be costly. Here are just a few examples:

Don’t Lose Your Financial Aid

Revised federal rules are making it a bit trickier for some WCC students to continue receiving financial aid.

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