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Federal Work Study Orientation Spring 2019 Schedule

WCCCD Study Abroad Fall 2019

Spring 2019 Academic Schedule

Spring 2019 CE Schedule

Student Assistance Program

January 24, 2019 - Mayo Clinic of Minnesota

February 7, 2019 - All About the Arts: Motor City Street Dance Academy

February 14, 2019 - Performers Expo 2019 Call for Artists

March 2, 2019 - Performers Expo 2019 Showcase

March 9, 2019 - One Night in Memphis

March 19 & April 16, 2019 - All about the Arts: Broadway

April 10, 2019 - All About the Arts: Wellness Connection

April 14, 2019 - The Greatest Pirate Story Never Told

Thru May 2019 Wildcats Golf Team Schedule

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ITTP

The Information Technology (IT) Department continues to look to the future and how WCCCD’s investments in technology will shape the future of the District. As capital improvement projects continue, the IT Department looks to the new forms of technology that will benefit student learning and District governance. The IT Department still faces several challenges despite the broad support that the Department has gained over the years. The man hours and staff required to support such growth also grows exponentially.

WCCCD’s IT Transformation Plan is a ten-point portfolio for ensuring that the District has the infrastructure to deliver the high quality of  educational services that it strives to provide now  and in the  decades to come. This transformation plan is not only imperative because it yields immediate advantages, but also because it delivers sustainable results. It is an important, necessary and even unavoidable investment for the future of the District – one which will ensure that we are using the power of technology to accomplish our mission.

 
 
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