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February - Be Informed Workshops

February 11 - Language Institute: African Cultures

February 12 - Broadway Valentine at Downriver Campus

February 16 - Using LRC Resources to Explore African-American History

February 17 -Wildcats Basket Ball: Cancer Awareness Games

February 23 - All About the Arts: Shakespeare in Detroit

February 25 - Preparing and Writing an A+ Research Paper

March 4 & 5 - Shakespeare in Detroit's "Julius Caesar"

March 7 - All About the Arts: LAC LA Belle

March 12 - The 14th Annual Passport to Africa

March 12 - Zuzu Acrobats to Headline Passport to Africa

March 16 - How to Maximize Google for Student Success

April 7 - Preparing and Writing an A+ Research Paper

April 9 - An Evening with Molly Ringwald

April 11 - All About the Arts: Before Motown

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Employee Jake Bonello Began Career Trend at WCCCD

2015-2016 Men's Wildcats Basketball Team Schedule

2015-2016 Women's Wildcats Basketball Team Schedule

Celebrating Diversity

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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