News & EventsTuesday, September 2, 2014
Filed under: transferring
Fifty-five representatives from four-year colleges and universities will be on hand to talk to WCC students at the Winter Transfer Fair on Wednesday, Feb. 19. The free event will be held from 10:00am to 3:00pm on the second floor of the Student Center building. If WCC cancels classes for Feb. 19, the fair will be held Thursday, Feb. 20.
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.
WCC offers numerous resources to help simplify the process of transferring to four-year schools.
Two WCC students are among the 73 selected nationwide for a 2013 Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship. WCC President Rose B. Bellanca delivered the good news personally to Susannah Spence and Fatouma Abdoulaye.
Employment opportunities were an important factor in the creation of eight new certificate and degree programs at WCC for Fall Semester. The new programs represent a broad range of growing industries, including health care, applied technology, digital media, social science, and the arts.
Editor's note: The Winter Transfer Fair has been rescheduled for Thursday, Feb. 28, because of the snow day on Wednesday.
WCC President Rose B. Bellanca and University of Michigan President Mary Sue Coleman have signed a reverse transfer agreement that allows students to qualify for an associate degree at WCC with credits earned at U-M. The agreement applies to WCC students who transfer to Michigan within 15 credits of graduation.
Where will WCC students continue their studies after they graduate? Representatives from 50 colleges and universities throughout Michigan and beyond hope to answer that question when WCC welcomes them for its College Transfer Fair on Wednesday, Feb. 22.
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.
By Matthew Novetske