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Press Release: Self-Defense For Seniors

November - Career & Program Overview Day

November 12 - Diversity & Inclusion: Engagement Through Belongingness and Allyship

November 16 - Pretty Brown Girl Talk

November 19 - Language Institute: Charlottes Web

November 19 - Language Institute: French Heritage

November 21 - Self-Defense for Seniors

November 22 - Phi Theta Kappa Annual Fall Induction

November 23 - Jason Hudy: Mesmerizing Magic

November 26 - Lessons Learned from Columbine and Beyond workshop

Through December 2 - Creative Visions of three Artists

Apply for MICUP STEM Internship

Food Bank Donations

December 6 - Nursing and Allied Health Pinning Ceremony

December 7 - Sounds of the Season

March 7, 2020 - Broadway Tonite

April 18, 2020 - Flashback & Funny Forward

Wayne County Community College District offers former students debt relief

Student Assistance Program

Join MConnect (U of M Transfer Program)

EMU Beat Transfer Program

Join a Student Organization

Join the American Chemical Society

Join Student Executive Council

Join Student Beta Beta Beta

American Chemical Society Membership Application

PHI THETA KAPPA Application

Apply for the National Biological Honor Society Membership

WCCCD and Taylor Library Literacy Partnership

Commercial Driver's License (CDL-A) Training

Detroit Opportunity Youth Collaborative Program

Celebrating Diversity
Wayne County Community College District is committed to providing the highest standard of educational services to all of our students by creating an environment that is conducive to personal growth and enrichment. Pluralism is the core of a healthy educational and work environment, and our goal is to give students the opportunity to learn about themselves through exposure and by embracing other cultures.

WCCCD offers various programs and events that help build bridges among people. Through our unique Study Abroad Program, students are educated outside of the classroom and beyond pages in history books and travel to Africa, Australia, Mexico and other countries. Our Distance Learning Programs have opened our doors to the world and we now have students in other countries who take our classes online. All five campus locations also regularly celebrate ethnic and cultural festivals such as Islam and America and the Hispanic Heritage Festival.

At WCCCD we celebrate all ethnic heritages and view them as learning opportunities. Learning is seeing something in more than one dimension and appreciating its uniqueness and we are committed to providing an education that helps our students build a better world for everyone.

We all share a common bond of communication, music, dance, art, architecture and food. WCCCD strengthens the common threads that bind all of us.

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