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September 18 - Global Conversations: Mychal Denzel Smith

Learning Resources Center Faculty Workshops

WCCCD Athletic Programs

Press Release: WCCCD To Provide Free Tuition To Essential Workers Through Futures For Frontliners Program

Oct 14 - Author's Conversation with Beverly Jenkins

Free COVID-19 Tests

Fall 2020 Flex-Entry Class Schedule

Learn About Your Ancestors

Learning Resource Center Online Resources & Services

September - Michigan Underground Railroad Heritage Gathering

Spring 2021 Nursing Application Deadline Extended

Join a Fall 2020 Learning Community

HESI entrance exam requirement for Fall 2020 applicants is waived

Commercial Driver's License (CDL-A) Training

Detroit Opportunity Youth Collaborative Program

EMU Beat Transfer Program

Financial Aid Requirements

Food Bank Donations

Join a Student Organization

Join MConnect (U of M Transfer Program)

Join Student Executive Council

Learning Resource Centers (LRC) and Local Library Partnerships

PHI THETA KAPPA Application

Press Release: WCCCD Signs Transfer Agreements with 25 Michigan Universities

Student Assistance Program

The Inkster Michigan Development Center

Wayne County Community College District offers former students debt relief

WCCCD and Taylor Library Literacy Partnership

Investments

As stewards of taxpayer resources, Wayne County Community College District maintains a very conservative investment policy.  The safeguarding of assets and the security of invested funds are the prime objectives of the District’s investment activities. 

All investment activity conforms with requirements outlined in the Michigan Community College Act, as well as guidelines outlined in Wayne County Community College District’s Investment Policy.  Investments are also made in a manner that will assure the proper cash flow for day to day operations, medium to long term capital improvement and building projects, as well as strategic initiatives that support and facilitate Strategic Priorities that have come from the District’s Strategic Plan.

 
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