WCC News: Affordability

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

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

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

OER saves students millions

Free textbook program has saved WCC students nearly $9 million since 2017

Fran LeFort - March 07, 2022

Since Fall 2017 when Washtenaw Community College introduced its zero-cost textbook program, students have saved nearly $9 million thanks to 47 courses being taught with an open educational resource (OER).

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tags: OER, March 2022, Launch Summer 2022, On The Record, Open Education Resources, Affordability

Students walking on WCC campus

WCC begins new school year with full-slate of on-campus classes starting August 30

Fran LeFort - August 23, 2021

Washtenaw Community College is gearing up for its return to campus, focusing on providing a high-quality education while maintaining a safe environment for students, faculty and staff.

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tags: Affordability, Transfer, Alpha Scholars

Dan Tyrrell at work

Medical researcher got debt-free start at WCC

WCC Communications - August 19, 2021

With WCC’s affordable tuition and an academic scholarship to boot, Dan Tyrrell started his educational journey without the burden of student debt. The money he saved went toward a Ph.D. program at Wake Forest University.

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tags: Alumni Profile, Affordability, On The Record, August 2021, STEAM, Transfer, Student Success

Futures for Frontliners logo

Applications being accepted for Futures for Frontliners program

Rich Rezler - September 12, 2020

The State of Michigan has opened applications for its Futures for Frontliners program that will cover tuition costs at Washtenaw Community College and other community colleges for those who served as essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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tags: Futures For Frontliners, Affordability, ousearch_News_2020, Scholarships