WTMC students have access to over 130 academic programs offered by WCC.
Washtenaw Technical Middle College
What is WTMC?
Washtenaw Technical Middle College (WTMC) is the largest and most successful early
college high school in the United States. We offer a challenging and supportive environment
in which students transition to college coursework at the pace that fits their individual
needs. Students can select from more than 135 college certificate and degree programs.
More than 80% of WTMC graduates earn an associate degree with their high school diploma
- all without paying for tuition, fees, or books.
For a quarter century Washtenaw Technical Middle College has offered meaningful, individualized
opportunities for students to earn college credentials while still in high school.
On this occasion, we are proud to celebrate the early leaders who helped conceive
of and establish the school: at the college, Vice President Guy Altieri and faculty
member Gary Downen; regional education leaders Bill Miller, William G. Keane, and
Cherry Wagonlander; and WTMC’s original school leaders, Pat Dignan and Lee Schleicher.
Current students share the educational opportunities and advantages of early college
access offered to them at Washtenaw Technical Middle College, a four-year high school
on the WCC college campus in Ann Arbor, Michigan.