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April 2000

WCC Orchard Radio begins broadcasting

WCC/U-M Michigan-Pursuing Our Dreams (M-POD) program begins

June 2000

Vietnam rectors from the Angiang University visit campus to learn about the two-year college model

July 2000

Eleven educators from the People’s Republic of China visit campus for a day-long study of community college education

November 2000

University educators from Kyrgyzstan tour campus to learn about community college programming

December 2000

Harriet Street Center opens

April 2001

First Earth Day Festival held on campus

Timeline June 2001June 2001

Radiography students travel to Peru to x-ray mummies and artifacts

March 2002

The award-winning Huron River Review debuts

April 2002

WCC students travel to Cuba for a study abroad program

September 2002

Gunder Myran building opens on campus

Timeline-August-2003August 2003

Great Lakes Regional Training Center opens on campus

Timeline-April-2004April 2004

Democratic front-runner John Kerry visits campus

Timeline-October-2004October 2004

Automotive Services hosts its first Cars & Bikes On Campus show

November 2005

The Learning Channel’s show Rides devotes an entire episode to the WCC automotive program

September 2007

WCC Health & Fitness Center opens

December 2007

Community College Week identifies WCC as 23rd on a list of the 50 fastest growing public two‐year colleges in the country

Timeline-June-2008June 2008

Leonardo Nierman sculpture is unveiled and dedicated on campus

October 2008

WCC is ranked tenth of the 15 large companies recognized by the Detroit Free Press in its annual Top Place to Work