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Nov 12 - Diversity & Inclusion: The Last Mountain

November - Learning Resource Center Workshops

Learning Resources Center Faculty Workshops

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

Free COVID-19 Tests

Learning Resource Center Online Resources & Services

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Commercial Driver's License (CDL-A) Training

Detroit Opportunity Youth Collaborative Program

EMU Beat Transfer Program

Financial Aid Requirements

Food Bank Donations

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Join MConnect (U of M Transfer Program)

Join Student Executive Council

Learning Resource Centers (LRC) and Local Library Partnerships


Student Assistance Program

Wayne County Community College District offers former students debt relief

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Mail Services

Mail Services

The college shall operate a mail service in connection with the U.S. Postal Service and the United Parcel Service.

Each department at the central administration is responsible for the delivery of outgoing mail to the central mailroom.  The central mailroom is located in the Central Administration Building (CAB), the ground floor.  The incoming mail is delivered to each department by the mailroom personnel.  Campuses mail is picked up and delivered by central mailroom personnel. All outgoing mail shall be delivered to the central mail room allowing mail room personnel ample time to prepare it for the delivery to the U.S. Postal service.

Pick-up and delivery of UPS packages is coordinated by the mailroom personnel. Due to the large volume of mail and packages delivered daily to the college, use of the college address for the delivery of personal letters and packages is prohibited. All mailings qualifying for bulk status must be mailed as a bulk mailing. Any mailings of 200 pieces or more of identical material (with the exception that it can be personalized) qualify for bulk mail status. Bulk mail preparation instructions are available in the central mail room. Any exception to a qualified bulk mailing being sent in any other manner must be authorized by a college administrator. 

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