June 26, 2020 Washtenaw Community College
Are you excited for Fall? We sure are. And while we continue to navigate the uncertainties of this pandemic, our students health and safety will continue to be our number one priority.
WCC classes will be offered online or in virtual classrooms, those classes that have lab components that cannot be offered remotely will be offered in a hybrid format that includes lectures online and labs on campus with safety protocols in place.
Students that attend WCC can expect low tuition, high quality programs and courses, and a team that is dedicated to their success - making WCC the best choice to get the education you deserve!
Fall 2020 Semester Sessions
Experience Is Your Best Teacher
At WCC, we believe experience is a great teacher. Sometimes it can give you a head start on your education. If you have skills from training, or work, you may be able to earn college credit. Once your skills are verified as equivalent to college-level coursework, we’ll grant credit if it’s appropriate to your WCC program of study.
Help Paying For College
You can get help paying for college with financial aid options such as scholarships, grants, loans, work-study, military educational benefits, and even grants for unexpected emergencies. Make sure to explore all of your options to get the most savings.
Low Tuition Helps You Save More
WCC’s tuition is among the lowest tuition in the U.S., starting at just $95 per credit hour in-district. Get a quality education at a fraction of the cost, compared to other colleges and universities.
* Average full-time tuition based on findings from the National Center for Educational Statistics, U.S. Department of Education, 2017–2018 (based on provisional data) Values.
** 2018–2019 academic year in-district tuition for 24 credits. Source: wccnet.edu
Complete Two Transfer Courses This Fall, One Course At A Time
WCC SmartPairs are online learning courses designed to help you focus on one class at a time, while still completing two transferable college courses within a semester – allowing you to transfer faster!
Turbocharge Your Learning This Fall
Want to quickly advance your career or have a demanding schedule and need flexibility? Consider accelerated learning. These accelerated programs allow you to reduce the amount of time it takes to become a subject matter expert or jump start your career and can be completed within one semester or just a few weeks!
Are you a college-bound student ready to make a decision about your future? Join the Discover WCC: Students Speak Webinar Series to get answers to your questions and hear other student experiences.
Interested in taking online courses but not sure if it's a good fit for you? Join Discover WCC Online Learning Webinar to discover the two types of course offerings, preview courses and to learn some best practices to help you be a successful online student. Register today for the live webinar or watch the on-demand webinar at your convenience.
WCC Cares Grant
If you need help paying for technology including a laptop or internet access, course materials, childcare or other expense related to COVID-19, you may be eligible for a grant funded by the Cares Act.
Ready to start your journey? Explore what WCC has in store this Fall. Session’s start
Monday, August 31.
Learn more about COVID-19 safety requirements and guidelines to protect our campus community.
Guess who was rated the #1 online college in Michigan? Yep, that’s us! We offer over 25 associate degree and certificate programs and over 100+ courses available 100% online.
Uncertain about going away for Fall Semester? WCC welcomes many guest students each year. Learn how we can help you stay on track.
Parents discover why WCC is the smart choice for your student!
Start Here, Transfer Anywhere!
WCC has a track record for successful transfers to four-year institutions. If you plan to transfer, you can take WCC’s Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) courses in English, Humanities, Math, Science, Social Studies and more that seamlessly transfer to Michigan college and universities.