Welcome to Academic & Career Advising
Academic and Career Advising is one of the most critical components of student success! Washtenaw Community College is here to support and encourage students in their educational journey. We want to help you develop meaningful educational and career plans that meet your life goals while studying at WCC.
COVID-19 Service Note
During the Winter 2021 semester, we will not be offering any student services in-person on campus. We are, however, providing the same level of service to students remotely through telephone and virtual video conferencing.
Meet With Your Advisor
While the campus has restricted access, advising appointments are being done remotely. There are many options for meeting with an advisor; virtual drop-in, scheduled appointments, through email at [email protected] or calling 734-677-5102 to speak with an advisor over the phone.
During high traffic times such as the week before the semester, first week of class, or start of registration, we only offer virtual drop-in advising, as appointments are limited.
Virtual Drop-In Advising
During our virtual drop-in advising you will be able to meet with an advisor individually in a Zoom breakout room.
Monday - Thursday 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Friday 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Schedule an Appointment
Scheduled appointments are available for students during non-peak times. *Please note, scheduled appointments are required for these specific appointment topics: SAP Appeals, Personal Counseling, Mandatory Nursing Advising, Career Testing
Using Financial Aid?
Did you know, your enrollment impacts your financial aid eligibility? Federal Regulations require you to be in an eligible program of study to receive federal financial aid. The amount of financial aid is determined by the courses you take that are part of your program.
Know what you want to achieve? Meet with your academic advisor, case manager or learning support specialist to complete an academic plan. This process involves taking all of the courses required to graduate under your chosen program and mapping them out, semester by semester, in an order that paves the way to your success.
Check your progress with Degree Works!
Not sure what you want to study? Learn about your options and what careers may be a good choice for you. Explore careers and the academic paths that lead to them.
Find the right fit for your interests and aptitude:
- Check out the Career Tool on your own in your MyWCC
- Meet with an advisor to work through a career assessment
Connect With Your Success Team
You have a success team here at WCC who has your back. You are central to your team and will work with your Success Coach, Academic Advisor, Faculty Mentor, Librarian and Faculty Tutor to design an experience that’s unique to you.
Your Advisor will help you:
- Develop skills and knowledge to make decisions about your education
- Understand degree requirements, career paths, and university transfer pathways
- Map out your academic plan in Degree Works
- Make course selections based on your goals
Your Success Coach will help you:
- Stay focused on goal-setting, academic success skill-building
- Connect with and find the right resources for your needs at WCC
- Form high-quality relationships through clubs and student organizations
- Stay on course by working as your advocate and mentor