WCC News Story Archive

Philip Stolarski and Justin Washburn

WCC students Philip Stolarski, Justin Washburn accepted into NASA scholar program

Rich Rezler - June 09, 2021

Two WCC students will take part in a five-week online course and final project beginning in October. Those who excel in the course modules can be selected to participate in an all-expense-paid, four-day learning experience at a NASA center.

View Post :   WCC students Philip Stolarski, Justin Washburn accepted into NASA scholar program

tags: Astronomy, ousearch_News_2021, NASA, Student Success

Eric Ortega

Graduate Profile: Eric Ortega, other UA members, spread out WCC alumni base

Rich Rezler - May 31, 2021

Colorado resident Eric Ortega is one of 73 out-of-state students among the 1,796-member Washtenaw Community College Class of 2021.

View Post :   Graduate Profile: Eric Ortega, other UA members, spread out WCC alumni base

tags: Class of 2021, Student Success, ousearch_News_2021, United Association

Marlee Katt

Graduate Profile: Marlee Katt exemplifies adaptability of Class of 2021

Rich Rezler - May 30, 2021

The Winter 2021 honors graduate not only successfully pivoted to online learning, but completely changed her career goals.

View Post :   Graduate Profile: Marlee Katt exemplifies adaptability of Class of 2021

tags: Internship, Class of 2021, Student Success, ousearch_News_2021, Business and Computer Technologies

Commencement Parade

Meet graduates at WCC's first Commencement Parade and Celebration

Rich Rezler - May 22, 2021

Spend any time around Washtenaw Community College students and you're bound to meet interesting people and hear compelling stories. Here are just a few we gathered at the college's Commencement Parade & Celebration.

View Post :   Meet graduates at WCC's first Commencement Parade and Celebration

tags: Graduation, ousearch_News_2021, Class of 2021, Commencement Parade, Student Profile

Abdul Kizito

WCC academic 'stars' recognized at Honors Convocation

Rich Rezler - May 21, 2021

The WCC Spring 2021 Virtual Honors Convocation honored 507 high honors and honors graduate candidates in the Class of 2021 and 780 additional students who earned high honors during the Winter 2021 semester.

View Post :   WCC academic 'stars' recognized at Honors Convocation

tags: Student Success, Honors Convocation, ousearch_News_2021, Class of 2021, Graduation

Press release

Four WCC students receive Breaking Traditions Award from Michigan Department of Education

Rich Rezler - May 21, 2021

Four Washtenaw Community College students are among the 75 high school and college students statewide to receive a 2021 Breaking Traditions Award from the Michigan Department of Education.

View Post :   Four WCC students receive Breaking Traditions Award from Michigan Department of Education

tags: ousearch_News_2021, Computer Science, CTE, Awards, Men in Nursing, Early Childhood Education, Nursing

Mortarboard with 2021

On-campus parade highlights WCC plans to honor graduates

Fran LeFort - May 17, 2021

Washtenaw Community College will honor 1,578 new graduates during a three-day slate of commencement activities capped by a first-ever on-campus parade and celebration.

View Post :   On-campus parade highlights WCC plans to honor graduates

tags: Class of 2021, Commencement, ousearch_News_2021, Graduation, Honors Convocation

Entrepreneurship Center sign

Entrepreneurs pitch winning business plans at WCC virtual competition

Fran LeFort - May 14, 2021

After several stages of the virtual competition, winners in three Pitch @ WCC categories were announced during a virtual celebration on Tuesday, May 11.

View Post :   Entrepreneurs pitch winning business plans at WCC virtual competition

tags: Entrepreneurship Center, Awards, ousearch_News_2021, Pitch@WCC

picture of students walking on campus

Winter 2021 High Honors and Honors Students

WCC - May 13, 2021

Congratulations to the students who earned High Honors and Honors distinction during the Winter 2021 semester.

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tags: High Honors, Honors, ousearch_News_2021, Winter 2021, Student Recognition

Future of Mobility

Education, workforce development key for Michigan to retain global mobility leadership position

Fran LeFort - May 11, 2021

Michigan will need about 12,000 workers to keep its position as a global mobility leader in the decades to come, the state's Chief Mobility Officer said during a Washtenaw Economic Club event.

View Post :   Education, workforce development key for Michigan to retain global mobility leadership position

tags: CCAT, Washtenaw Economic Club, ousearch_News_2021, Mobility, Advanced Transportation