Created by Student Activities three years ago, the Bravo! Awards give WCC students an opportunity to thank helpful staff members and demonstrate appreciation for faculty in a more personal manner than teacher evaluations allow.
Throughout April, two-year public institutions across the country celebrated Community College Month, an opportunity to tout the affordable educational opportunities they offer students seeking a direct path to the workforce or to transfer to a four-year institution. WCC celebrated by asking students and community leaders #WhyWCC?
Three University of Michigan economists presented an optimistic forecast for the local economy during a Washtenaw Economic Club meeting held March 29 at Washtenaw Community College.
More than 140 community leaders joined WCC President Dr. Rose B. Bellanca at her second annual President’s Community Leadership Luncheon on March 16.
Matthew Goeloe was one of more than 300 people who visited WCC to experience Free College Day classes in March. The 12-year-old, who has already devoted himself to a career in nursing, made quite an impression in his “Adult CPR” and “Surgical Technologist 4 a Day” courses.
Owen Winkler and his wife, Amy Weaver, can be excused if they think of Washtenaw Community College as extended family. For much of the last semester, the Ann Arbor couple were frequent visitors to the college’s Occupational Education Building. They were there to work with Tom Penird, WCC Industrial Technology instructor, and his students. In less …
Washtenaw Community College secured its position as a key player in the future of transportation as a result of a recent grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation. The DOT grant names the University of Michigan as lead institution in a new $2.47 million center that will explore how communities can make the transition to …
Michigan governor Rick Snyder visits WCC’s exhibit at NAIAS, praises college during his State of the State address
Nursing major Mariem Moussawi considers herself lucky to be able to get to know her peers on a level many do not. As a Student Ambassador at Washtenaw Community College, Moussawi crosses paths with many WCC students before they sign up for their first class or line up to purchase their first textbook.
The 2017 Mardi Gras annual gala and fundraiser, hosted by the Washtenaw Community College Foundation, carried a tantalizing theme — the Wizard of Oz. A yellow brick road wound through the Morris Lawrence Building to symbolize the sense of home experienced by so many students who have passed, and continue to pass, through WCC’s doors.