A nearly two-week trip to China by Dr. Rose B. Bellanca has the Washtenaw Community College president eager to pursue collaborative academic exchanges.
WCC joined 14 Michigan colleges and universities to form the Academic Consortium with the ACM and also announced its first workforce development training at the center.
The WCC Board of Trustees is expected to unanimously approve renaming the college’s Plant Operations Building o the Damon B. Flowers Building in honor of the retiring Vice President of Facilities Development and Operations.
For the second time this year, an authoritative national organization has recognized Washtenaw Community College for the work it does to maintain the natural beauty of its 295-acre campus.
Anthony Swoope, retired U.S. Department of Labor administrator from the Office of Apprenticeship, Employment and Training Administration, spoke from the heart when he addressed a gathering of regional manufacturing companies and Washtenaw Community College Workforce Development personnel during a luncheon to commemorate National Apprenticeship Week.
Students who graduated from Washtenaw Community College’s Surgical Technology program during the 2016-17 academic year have since achieved a 100-percent pass rate on the Certified Surgical Technologist (CST) examination.
The Washtenaw Community College Board of Trustees approved the addition of three new programs and four new articulation agreements with four-year institutions at its November meeting.
The Washtenaw Economic Club aims to bring relevant and engaging speakers to its luncheon series, held at the Morris Lawrence Building on the Washtenaw Community College campus.
A record number of high school sophomores, juniors and seniors and their parents attended Campus Explore at Washtenaw Community College on Nov. 17.
Military veterans were the focus of a pair of events at Washtenaw Community College in the days leading up to Veterans Day.