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Tuesday, April 24, 2018
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Proclamation from Ann Arbor mayor honors contributions of WCC to community

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

WCC student wins $120,000 scholarship

A Washtenaw Community College student has earned a prestigious Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship.

WCC honors Years of Service recipients at annual Employee Recognition Reception

All Washtenaw Community College faculty and staff are invited to celebrate their colleagues' years of service at the annual Employee Recognition Reception held from 3:30 to 5:00pm on Thursday, April 26 in the Morris Lawrence Building.

WCC Board Approves 2018-19 Tuition and Fee Rates for Credit Courses

Tuition and fee rates for Washtenaw Community College continue to be among the lowest for Michigan community colleges with the total cost of enrollment for WCC students consistently ranking in the lowest cost quartile. In an effort to maintain an affordable cost of education, the college is proposing no increase to In-District tuition rates and modest increases for all other residency categories. The recommended percentage tuition rate increases are as follows for the 2018-19 academic year: 

WCC graduate wins national dental assisting scholarship

Carmen Jongsma, a graduate of Washtenaw Community College’s Dental Assisting program, was recently selected as one of eight national scholarship recipients by the American Dental Assistants Association and the Dental Assisting National Board, Inc.

‘Smart Cities’ aims to prepare local governments for seismic changes

A seismic change is taking place with city planning as smart grids, autonomous vehicles and other innovative mobility services draw closer to becoming commonplace. The upcoming “Smart Cities: A Connected Way Forward” symposium will cover the latest developments that local governments should be following, and what adjustments should be made to infrastructure and land-use plans.

Spring/Summer and Fall 2018 registration open

Register now for Spring/Summer and Fall 2018 classes at Washtenaw Community College. Spring/Summer classes begin May 7 and Fall classes begin August 27.

WCC repeats Tree Campus USA distinction

For the second consecutive year, Washtenaw Community College has earned the distinction of Tree Campus USA from the Arbor Day Foundation.

WCC's Earth Day celebration on April 12 is open to the public

Washtenaw Community College will hold its annual Earth Day celebration on Thursday, April 12 with presentations and activities provided by local non-profit, business and government organizations, as well as WCC departments. All activities are free and open to the public.

WCC Community Enrichment classes offer something for everyone

Washtenaw Community College is dedicated to improving students’ lives through education and career preparation through its for-credit academic programs. The college’s Workforce Development department also works diligently with local organizations to ensure it’s creating the labor pool Washtenaw County and southeastern Michigan need to thrive in a global economy.

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