Dear Friends, Colleagues and Students,
This is a great time for Washtenaw Community College!
First and foremost, I’d like to thank the voters of Washtenaw County for their support of WCC and our commitment to "Keep up the Good Work."
We are grateful to everyone who volunteered their time and talents for getting the word out about the millage. These efforts took shape in many different ways and each with a special value of its own. Full Story »
The Paul W. Smith show, which airs on WJR-AM 760, held its morning broadcast here at WCC on July 18. During their interviews, WCC president Dr. Rose Bellanca and Advanced Transportation Center Director Alan Lecz were able to share the remarkable work that is done each and every day at WCC by our faculty, staff and students.
The broadcast focused on the College’s 50th anniversary, its upcoming millage and the Advanced Transportation Center. Full Story »
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 »
If you think there is no “student life” at a community college—think again. The WCC Student Development and Activities office offers more than 400 events a year. From performances at the Detroit Opera House to talent shows to whitewater rafting, the Student Activities office plans events that will appeal to everyone.
The number of students receiving associate degrees from WCC has increased almost 20 percent in the last five years. The job prospects for these and future WCC graduates are great, according to a recent report from Michigan State University.
WCC prides itself on offering high-quality classes at affordable tuition rates.
Submissions are now being accepted for the 2013 issue of The Huron River Review. WCC students, current and former faculty, and employees of the College are invited to submit their original writing, photography, and artwork for consideration. The deadline is Jan. 28.
WCC offers numerous resources to help simplify the process of transferring to four-year schools.
Washtenaw Community College is one of only three community colleges in the United States chosen to host a delegation of six Chinese technical/vocational college presidents and vice presidents June 9-23.
For the 25th consecutive year, the Southeastern Michigan Science Fair returns to WCC March 8 and 9. Joining WCC as cosponsor is the University of Michigan. The fair receives support from Toyota and a donation from the University of Michigan Graduate Student Council.
WCC welcomes corporate consultant and former Hard Rock International trainer Jim Knight to campus for a seminar about energizing corporate culture.
WCC is hosting a three-day event for area high school students who are destined to work in the dynamic and ever-changing business environments around the world.
If you’re thinking about transferring to a four-year school after you graduate from WCC, you’ll want to attend the Fall Transfer Fair on Wednesday, Oct. 2.