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Winter 2018 registration open

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Register now for winter classes at Washtenaw Community College.

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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.

An in-depth look at Washtenaw Community College’s top rankings and ACO's detailed methodology can be seen here.

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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.

The Operative Plasterers’ and Cement Masons’ International Association (OPCMIA) will bring as many as 100 affiliated instructors to the Ann Arbor area for a new Instructor Training Program and will establish WCC as its ITP headquarters for continuous instructor development.

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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.

The CTE Month awareness campaign engages K-12 and two- and four-year college educational systems to introduce students to CTE programs that directly prepare them for high-wage, high-demand careers in multiple careers, such as health care, information technology, advanced manufacturing and many more.

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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.

Sports Programs Expanding at WCC

By Nancy Clay

Student Activities Can Enrich Your Experience

By Nancy Clay

WCC Photo Student Takes Top Honor In International Competition

WCC photography student Toko Shiiki has won first place in the 2011 International Photography Awards. Shiiki won in the People: Other Portrait—Non-Pro category.

WCC Students, Staff Encouraged to Park at Rynearson

Parking on WCC’s campus the first month or so of Fall Semester can be challenging. To make sure that students and staff make it to class and to the office on time, WCC encourages students, faculty, and staff to park at Eastern Michigan University’s Rynearson lot on Hewitt Road just east of campus. The Rynearson lot, which is located across from EMU’s football stadium, is only minutes away from WCC. 

From Classroom to Boardroom

Community colleges in southeast Michigan are familiar places for WCC’s new president, Dr. Rose B. Bellanca. For six years she guided St. Clair County Community College as president. Prior to that, she held a succession of upper-level administrative positions at Macomb Community College.

OE Building Gets New Name, Look

After a year of classroom shuffling, construction dust, and curiosity about the facelift that the sterile hallways were destined to receive, WCC’s Occupational Education building opens for full operation this fall. Many things have changed. Some of them are obvious, while others are not.

Ann Arbor-Ypsi Area Prepares to Welcome Back UA Members

Last year UA instructor Adam Williams received a welcome he didn’t expect when he approached the baggage claim at Detroit’s Metro Airport after his flight from Kansas City, Mo. By the sign directing people to the luggage pickup area hung a banner that read, “Washtenaw County Welcomes the UA.”

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