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Sunday, April 21, 2019
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WCC finalists for video awards include project from introductory class

The Foundations in Digital Video I class at Washtenaw Community College is designed to introduce students to “the basics of video production and editing.” Those exact words appear in the first sentence of the VID 105 course description.

500+ community members enjoy Free College Day at WCC

Pamela Lewis and her 9-year-old daughter were running late to their last of three Free College Day classes, but Evanna was fully captivated by what was in front of her on the first floor of the Crane Liberal Arts and Science Building.

Students get real-world lessons from Professionals in the Classroom

Students at Washtenaw Community College got a glimpse at how their classwork applies to the real world during the Professionals in the Classroom program on April 3-4.

Bravo! WCC faculty, staff honored for positive impact on students' lives

Washtenaw Community College faculty and staff members were recognized Thursday, April 4 for making a positive impact on students’ academic, professional and personal lives.

Bellanca thanks supporters at President's Leadership Recognition Luncheon

The support Washtenaw Community College receives from area partners is what makes it, in part, successful. Those partners include leaders in the community, government, business and industry, and education.

Ann Arbor mayor's proclamation honors WCC during Community College Month

In recognition of national Community College Month, Ann Arbor mayor Christopher Taylor issued a proclamation urging citizens "to recognize and appreciate the outstanding contributions" that Washtenaw Community College makes to the community.

Economic outlook for Washtenaw County: Three more years of growth

University of Michigan economists anticipate three more years of job growth, falling unemployment and real wage growth for Washtenaw County.

Human Library aims to challenge stereotypes

“Don’t judge a book by its cover.”

In-district tuition rates at WCC to remain flat for second consecutive year

The Washtenaw Community College Board of Trustees has approved the college’s plan to freeze tuition costs for in-district students for a second consecutive year, maintaining WCC’s status as one of the most affordable higher education options in the state of Michigan.

WCC recognizing employees' milestone anniversaries on April 25

Please join us in congratulating the following WCC employees celebrating milestone anniversaries of 10 or more years of service in 2019.

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