News & EventsTuesday, July 7, 2015
Filed under: k12 students
A career in science can be exciting and lucrative. However, jobs in science-related fields often aren’t on the radar of graduating high school seniors. WCC is changing that with a two-week summer program for incoming freshmen that showcases science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
Middle and high school students from around Washtenaw County are spending their Saturdays preparing to become successful adults. They are learning how to speak well and to lead others, all through a unique program hosted at Ypsilanti’s Parkridge Community Center.
Editor's note: Since this article was published, Lincoln High School also has signed on to host WCC classes starting in Winter Semester 2013, which begins in January.
The WCC Board of Trustees has approved seven new certificate and degree programs for the upcoming 2012-2013 academic year. Fall classes will begin Aug. 24, and registration starts in mid July.
For two days in late March, students in WCC’s elementary education program commandeered two environmental science classrooms for a little fourth-grade fun.
Even though you still may be wearing heavy coats, scarves, and mittens, Spring/Summer 2012 Semester is just around the corner.
By Madelyne Bernard
WCC has rolled out a new admissions application that makes it easier than ever before to apply to the College.
If you need money for college, many scholarships are aimed at WCC students. There’s money available whether you’re a current WCC student or a high school student planning to attend the College.
College is a destination for most high school students today. Many local students take advantage of an option that helps them get a head start on their college degree: they enroll at WCC while still in high school. The College calls it dual enrollment.