WCC News Story Archive

Commencement Ceremony

WCC returns to in-person commencement, will award nearly 2,000 degrees and certificates

Fran LeFort - May 18, 2022

After hosting a virtual graduation salute in 2020 and a drive-through parade in 2021, WCC's traditional Commencement Ceremony returns in 2022.

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tags: Class of 2022, Graduation, Commencement

Students on campus

Winter 2022 High Honors and Honors Students

WCC Communications - May 10, 2022

Congratulations to the students who earned High Honors and Honors distinction during the Winter 2022 semester.

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tags: Winter 2022, Honors, High Honors, Student Recognition

Mach-E at Motor Bella

WCC to show off Mustang Mach-E, highlight skills training at Careers of Today & Tomorrow

Fran LeFort - May 09, 2022

Washtenaw Community College (WCC) will show off its Ford Mustang Mach-E electric vehicle, its automotive cybersecurity workbenches and skills training pathways at Careers of Today & Tomorrow on Thursday, May 12, at the Southern Michigan Center for Science & Industry in Hudson.

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tags: Workforce Development, Academic and Career Skills, Affordability, Advanced Transportation Center, ATC, OER, Tuition, Workforce Training

Women's Council Celebration May 2022

May 25 Women's Council Celebration honors service, raises money for Student Emergency Fund

Kennedy Coe - May 03, 2022

The Washtenaw Community College (WCC) Foundation invites the public to attend the Wednesday, May 25, Women’s Council Celebration. The virtual event from 5-6 p.m. honors the achievements of women throughout the community and raises money for the college’s Student Emergency Fund to help students overcome barriers and stay in school.

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tags: Foundation, WCC Foundation, Women's Council, Student Emergency Fund

Pinning ceremony

Nursing graduates: 'We are all resilient'

Rich Rezler - April 29, 2022

The 69 graduating members of the WCC nursing program took part in the traditional pinning ceremony

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tags: Graduation, Class of 2022, Student Success, Nursing

frozen tuition graphic

Tuition to remain frozen for fifth straight year for WCC in-district students

Fran LeFort - April 27, 2022

Tuition for in-district students at Washtenaw Community College (WCC) will remain frozen for the fifth consecutive year, the college announced following Board of Trustees approval Tuesday.

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tags: Affordability, Tuition, enrollment, Board of Trustees

LeNelle Covés

Ann Arbor woman uses Free College Week to transition to new stage in life

Rich Rezler - April 26, 2022

LeNelle Covés attended nearly 40 of the 64 Free College Week classes that WCC offered earlier this month. "There's no reason I should be bored in my life because I have too many interests," she says.

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tags: Free College Week, Community enrichment

Washtenaw Economic Club, Paul Glantz

Paul Glantz, Emagine theater chain founder, to address May 12 Washtenaw Economic Club

Fran LeFort - April 23, 2022

Paul A. Glantz, co-founder and chairman of Troy-based theater chain Emagine Entertainment, Inc. is the featured speaker at the May 12 Washtenaw Economic Club luncheon.

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tags: Washtenaw Economic Club

Naloxone training

Collegiate Recovery Program students share their experiences during Naloxone training

Rich Rezler - April 21, 2022

Joshua Truchan and Matt Strang are recovering addicts and current officers in the WCC Collegiate Recovery Program. Both have also been on the giving and receiving ends of an emergency Naloxone treatment.

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tags: Public Safety, Collegiate Recovery Program

7 Reasons to Choose WCC

7 smart reasons to choose WCC

WCC Communications - April 19, 2022

Affordability. Transferability. Flexibility. And more.

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tags: Career, Student Activities, Launch Summer 2022, Affordability, Transfer, Scholarships