The college’s participation in the NCCMC consortium will enhance its commitment to improving the success of historically underrepresented and underserved students, including men of color.Full Story »
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News & EventsSunday, April 30, 2017
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.Full Story »
As part of the celebration of National Community College Month in April, the Mayor of Ann Arbor, Mich., Christopher Taylor, issued a proclamation urging all citizens to recognize and appreciate the outstanding contributions Washtenaw Community College makes to the community.
The proclamation noted that for more than 50 years, Washtenaw Community College has offered services that benefit the Washtenaw community including: training for job seekers and retraining for those already employed; more than 137 programs that can culminate in 55 associate degrees or 83 different certificates; GED preparation courses for adults seeking their high school diploma; customized training for local companies; scholarships grants and other sources of assistance for students who need financial aid to complete their education; and free classes for residents over the age of 65.Full Story »
Washtenaw Community College is one of four colleges in the state of Michigan to receive Tree Campus USA certification from the Arbor Day Foundation and the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
The national program honors colleges and universities for effective campus forest management and for engaging staff and students in conservation goals.
Washtenaw Community College achieved the title by meeting Tree Campus USA's five standards, which include maintaining a tree advisory committee, a campus tree-care plan, dedicated annual expenditures for its campus tree program, an Arbor Day observance and student service-learning project.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.
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.
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.
WCC offers numerous resources to help simplify the process of transferring to four-year schools.
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.