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Fall 2017 registration open

Honors Students

Student Services has extended hours to help you start the semester out right:

Monday through Thursday: 8:00am to 7:00pm
Friday: 8:00am to 5:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am to 1:00pm

Come to the Student Center and receive personal registration assistance to get the classes you need, when you need them.

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WCC celebrates student veterans, hosts Hire MI Vet career fair

Military veterans make Washtenaw Community College a greater place, Air Force veteran and WCC Dean of Advanced Manufacturing and Public Service Careers Brandon Roderick Tucker says.

“What (veterans) did not only affected our country, it enriched our community and I think we are a better college because of the veterans that we have enrolled and graduated from here,” Tucker said while emceeing the college’s annual Veterans Day ceremony on Wednesday, November 8.

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WCC, sprinkler fitter union extend apprenticeship training contract

Washtenaw Community College and the Sprinkler Fitters of UA Local Union 669 signed a five-year contract extension on Wednesday, November 8, to continue the college’s involvement in providing the educational component of the union’s apprenticeship program. The agreement extends the contract through December 2022.

“We are very proud to continue our relationship with Washtenaw Community College,” said Local 669 Business Manager Brian Dunn.

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Apprenticeship Week events planned at WCC

Washtenaw Community College is hosting a pair of events in honor of the U.S. Department of Labor's third annual National Apprenticeship Week.

- Wednesday, Nov. 15: A free luncheon features keynote speaker Anthony Swoope, a retired administrator from the Department of Labor's Office of Apprenticeships, Employment and Training. He will discuss how an apprenticeship program can be a smart answer to preparing the workforce for those hard-to-fill, high-skilled jobs.

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Welcome Day Offers Free Food and Fun

Don’t let the carnival-like atmosphere of WCC’s Welcome Day fool you into thinking that it’s just fun and games. Welcome Day is the best place for students to find out about the wide range of programs and services available to them.

Landscapes Featured in Gallery One Exhibition

Each academic year Anne Rubin, director of Gallery One, plans three art exhibitions and the theme around which they are organized. This year WCC students, faculty, and staff and members of the public will have an opportunity to learn more about landscapes through both traditional and nontraditional interpretations.

WCC Recognized for Social Worker Training

WCC’s LifeLong Learning department has received a Special Project Award for the Social Work Conference it held earlier this year. The Michigan Association of Continuing Education and Training presented the award on Aug. 13. WCC was selected for the honor from a field of other two-year colleges that included Monroe, Macomb, and Oakland community colleges.

Student Clubs Offer Fun, New Friends

Game on! Gamers who live to smash their opponents and hurl them across the room or defeat them with spells and wizardry have a place to battle for hours as members of one of WCC’s newest student clubs, the Video Game Club.

WCC Students Win Big at National Championships

WCC students in skilled trades programs placed first in three categories and second in three others at the national SkillsUSA Championships this summer in Kansas City, Mo.

Help Is Here If College Or Life Gets Difficult

When college gets complicated, whether it’s because of academics, finances, or personal issues, WCC’s Student Resource and Women’s Center can help students get the support they need to succeed.

OE Building Renovations Underway

Work begins this month on the much anticipated updates to WCC’s Occupational Education building. Built in 1982 for the College’s vocational programs, the OE building will receive extensive mechanical upgrades, new lighting and ceiling fixtures throughout, and an infusion of green technology, including the addition of 200 geothermal wells and a partial vegetative rooftop.

WCC Welcomes Returning UA Members Aug. 7-13

It’s been a year since many of the 1,500 student instructors for the United Association Union of Plumbers, Fitters, Welders and HVAC Service Techs and an additional 200 faculty, industry reps, and staff visited Ann Arbor and WCC for an intensive week of hands-on instruction. This year they’ll fill classrooms and area restaurants and hotels August 7-13.

WCC Expands Youth Programs at Parkridge Center in Ypsilanti

School’s out for the summer, but not at the Parkridge Community Center on Ypsilanti’s south side. Area children aged 5 to 13 are keeping their math skills sharp, expressing their artistic side, and learning about the world through special excursions. It’s all part of the Center’s popular summer camp developed four years ago by Anthony Williamson, who coordinates programming at the WCC Harriet Street Center up the street and its expanded operations at Parkridge.

Helping Parents Support New College Students

For young college students and their parents, the transition from high school to college is also a transition into adulthood.

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