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Monday, November 20, 2017
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Filed under: k12 students

WCC Demystifies College for Middle Schoolers

When you’re in eighth grade, the last thing on your mind is college—or even finishing high school, for that matter. At that age extracurricular activities and friends often overshadow schoolwork. So getting eighth graders to refocus on learning can be a challenge.

Livingston Centers Shorten Commute for Students

How long is your commute to class? Two miles? Ten? Some WCC students from Livingston County drive up to 60 miles roundtrip to take a class on campus. However, others have shortened their commute by taking classes at one of two WCC extension centers in Livingston County.

Help is Available for GED Preparation

By Janet Miller

Registration Starts March 16 for Spring/Summer 2011 Semester

Being prepared when registration starts for WCC’s Spring/Summer Semester can help students avoid getting delayed during the process, according to Kathy Currie, director of student records.

Learn How to Ride Motorcycles Safely This Summer at WCC

Admit it: When you walked by that 600-pound bike in the parking lot, you felt a little jealous. Someone else had sat on top of its shiny chrome, with every cell in their body idling at the same RPM as its engine. Unlike you, in your boxy SUV or fuel-friendly compact, they felt the freedom of the road that you never could, encased in metal and fiberglass. If what's holding you back from a two-wheel experience is your skill at doing it safely, WCC has a class for you.

WTMC: A High School and College Combined

Lucilla Chalmer is a recent high school graduate who wants to be a neurosurgeon, so this fall she enrolled at the University of California-Berkeley to pursue a pre-med degree. The unique thing about Chalmer is that she earned 90 college credits as a high school student, giving her a head start on her freshman classmates.

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.

WCC Takes Steps to Improve Student Success

WCC is joining more than 130 community colleges in 24 states to improve completion rates for students limited by socio-economic barriers. The initiative, “Achieving the Dream,” provides consultants and coaches to select two-year colleges across the country to expand data collection, conduct program evaluations, and share best practices. Until now, participation in the initiative has been by invitation only.

WCC Will Offer Afternoon Classes at Dexter High School

This fall, WCC will make it more convenient for Dexter High School students to take college classes right on their own campus.

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