WCC News Story Archive

Students walking on campus

Classes, activities return to WCC campus

Washtenaw Community College - March 23, 2022

Washtenaw Community College is preparing to welcome an influx of students back to campus in the upcoming school year.

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tags: March 2022, Campus Events, On The Record, Launch Summer 2022, Campus News

WCC employees walking

WCC honored for creating a culture of wellness on campus

Kennedy Coe - March 23, 2022

WCC is one of 156 colleges and universities around the country recently honored by the American College of Sports Medicine's Exercise is Medicine initiative.

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tags: Marvin Boluyt, Exercise, Awards, American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)

Daria Skalitzky and Rachel Rubanguka

Academic All-Stars: Two WCC students named to Coca-Cola Academic Team

Rich Rezler - March 21, 2022

Rachel Rubanguka is one of 50 students nationwide named a “Gold Scholar” and Daria Skalitzky is one of 50 on the “Silver Scholar” list of the 2022 Coca-Cola Foundation Academic Team.

View Post :   Academic All-Stars: Two WCC students named to Coca-Cola Academic Team

tags: On The Record, Student Activities, Awards, Student Profile, March 2022, Student Success, Phi Theta Kappa

Free College Week 2022 offers more than 60 unique classes.

Public invited to Free College Week at WCC

Fran LeFort - March 15, 2022

Washtenaw Community College (WCC) will open its virtual classroom doors to the public during Free College Week on Monday, April 4, through Friday, April 8.

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tags: Community enrichment, Free College Week, March 2022, On The Record, Online Learning

Micelle Monahan with trophy

Saline High School counselor wins WCC Bridge Award

Jenelle Franklin - March 14, 2022

Saline High School counselor Michelle Monahan received the 2021 WCC Bridge Award trophy, chosen from WCC student nominations of high school staff members who were influential in getting them to college.

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tags: high school counselors, Awards, WCC Bridge Award

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Washtenaw Economic Club returns to in-person events with annual outlook

Fran LeFort - March 10, 2022

A new season of the Washtenaw Economic Club kicks off Thursday, March 24, with the annual economic outlook presented by University of Michigan economists Gabriel Ehrlich and Michael McWilliams.

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tags: WEC, Washtenaw Economic Club, On The Record, Economic Outlook, March 2022

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).

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

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

STEAM Week 2022

Hundreds of high school students will explore STEM and STEAM careers March 1-3

Fran LeFort - February 25, 2022

The exciting world of STEM and STEAM careers and the educational opportunities that prepare students for them will be highlighted at WCC on March 1-3.

View Post :   Hundreds of high school students will explore STEM and STEAM careers March 1-3

tags: STEM Scholars Program, STEAM, STEAM Week, STEM

Gender and sexuality conference logo

WCC hosting 4th annual Michigan Community College Gender and Sexuality Conference

Rich Rezler - February 24, 2022

WCC has been hosting the event since 2019 in an effort to bring programming and resources typically available only to students at large universities to the community college level.

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tags: Student Organizations, Diversity, Conference, Gender and sexuality

Amanda MacDonald and Carmen Samaniego

Michigan Reconnect turns dreams into realities for students in program's first year

Fran LeFort - February 21, 2022

Amanda MacDonald and Carmen Samaniego are two of the nearly 1,300 students enrolled at WCC using the Michigan Reconnect tuition program. "Without Reconnect, I’m not sure I would have come back. I would have made excuses and seen too many obstacles,” MacDonald said.

View Post :   Michigan Reconnect turns dreams into realities for students in program's first year

tags: Reconnect, Health Administration, Student Profile, On The Record, March 2022, Michigan Reconnect, Computer Science, Launch Summer 2022, Medical Billing and Coding