Washtenaw Community College News
Browse past news stories for Washtenaw Community College in Ann Arbor, MI.
- Washtenaw Community College suspends on-campus operations through April 5
WASHTENAW COUNTY, MI — Washtenaw Community College announced Monday it is immediately suspending on-campus operations through at least Sunday, April 5. All online and ...
- Ypsilanti Symphony Orchestra to play holiday concert at Washtenaw Community College
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – On Dec. 15, the Ypsilanti Symphony Orchestra will play it’s “Sultan’s Holiday” concert at Washtenaw Community College. Joined by the Washtenaw ...
- Pagan Pride Day comes to Ann Arbor for fourth year
ANN ARBOR, MI -- Ann Arbor’s fourth-annual “Pagan Pride Day” is coming to Washtenaw Community College’s Community ...
- Washtenaw Community College Unveils New State-of-the-Art Equipment & Building Renovations to Enhance Skilled ... - PR Newswire (press release)
15, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Washtenaw Community College [WCC] unveiled its new, state-of-the-art equipment funded by the State of Michigan's Community College Skilled Trades Equipmen ...
- Milliken Runs for Washtenaw Community College Board of Trustees - WebWire (press release)
Today Bill Milliken, a widely-respected local commercial Realtor, announced his decision to stand for election in November for one of the two board of trustee seats on the ballot for Washtenaw Community College. Bill has b ...
- Washtenaw Community College Hosts Annual UA Convention - The Washtenaw Voice
The union has been holding a week-long convention at Washtenaw Community College since 1990. The 2016 convention was held from the 13th through the 19th of August. The UA u ...
- Washtenaw Community College hosts annual union training program - The Washtenaw Voice
The union has been holding a week-long convention at Washtenaw Community College since 1990. The 2016 instructor training program was held from the 13th through the 19th of ...
- Washtenaw Community College Extends Contract With President Rose Bellanca - WEMU
89.1 's Amanda LeClaire reports on a contract extension for Washtenaw Community College President Rose Bellanca. The college's Board of Trustees says Bellan ...
- Renewal of millage to fund Washtenaw Community College on August Ballot - The Washtenaw Voice
On Aug. 2, Michigan voters will head to the polls for local primaries. Washtenaw county residents will also vote on a proposal to renew a millage that provides about 14 percent of ...
- Washtenaw Community College freezes tuition for 2016-17 academic year - MLive.com
ANN ARBOR, MI -- The Washtenaw Community College Board of Trustees unanimously approved a tuition freeze for in-district students at its meeting Tuesday night. That ...
- Washtenaw Community College Freezes Tuition - WEMU
... to make sure that tuition at Washtenaw is affordable. And we believe that by keeping rates flat for the 2016-17 academic year we are meeting that goal ...
- Tuition freeze at Washtenaw Community College expected for in-district students - MLive.com
ANN ARBOR, MI -- Washtenaw Community College is set to freeze tuition for students who live, work in or own property in Washtenaw County. The WCC Board of Trustees will v ...
- Washtenaw Community College Celebrates 50 Years - WEMU
To celebrate, over one hundred community leaders attended a luncheon on campus. As part of its plans to continue moving forward, the college will off ...
- Washtenaw Community College to ask voters to approve millage in August primary - MLive.com
Washtenaw Community College will need voter approval in August in order to continue collecting a millage that brings roughly $12 million a year to it's budget. The WC ...
- Online connected vehicle training course now offered at Washtenaw Community College - MLive.com
One of the first steps toward solving part of the problem is being taken in Ann Arbor. Washtenaw Community College has developed a vehicle to infrastructure technician and e ...
To accommodate students' schedules, along with growing enrollment rates, community colleges are offering classes in the late evening. Learn more about why you may be taking midnight classes at a campus near you.
An interesting case arose this week over a community college student in North Carolina that posted a rant about a new campus policy on his Facebook page. The student was suspended for two semesters, but quickly reinstated amid a flurry of protests over his free speech rights.
We examine the advantages and disadvantages of using online classes to earn your two-year degree.