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Graduates: Audition to Sing the National Anthem at the 2016 Commencement Ceremony

New Scholarship Opportunity!  Eligible WCCCD Students Can Apply Now for the Jean Burton - Henry Scholarship Fund!

April - Be Informed Workshops

April 28 - Student Art Exhibition at Downtown Campus

April 29 - Annual Federal Work-Study Appreciation Luncheon

April 29 - Pinning Ceremony

April and May - Spring 2016 Golf Schedule

May 14 - Kids' Fish and Fun Day

May 21 - 9th Annual Chancellor's Reading Carnival

Community Forum: Friend of the Court Workshops

June 20 to July 8 - Summer Camps: College for Kids

Thursday June 16 to July 14 - Diabetes Personal Action Toward Health (PATH)

July 12-14 Boys Scouts Merit Badge Camp

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

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Can minors take classes?
Yes. We do allow students less than eighteen years of age to enroll in our Kid’s college classes with parental permission.

What are the requirements to receive a Certificate of Participation for my children/child for CE Short-Term Certificate Programs?
They must complete all courses required in each particular certificate area of study.

I’ve forgotten my user ID (A number). What do I do?
Go to your nearest campus admissions office with valid identification to inquire.

How do I obtain a parking permit?
A parking permit can be obtained from your campus safety department. Please bring your driver’s license, car registration, and current class schedule.

Do I need a student picture ID?
Yes, your picture ID can be obtained from the campus safety department.

Are there books required for CE classes?
It is recommended that you ask the instructor about book requirements on the first day of class.

Am I required to purchase my own books and/or supplies?
All classes require you to purchase books and/or supplies.

What if I move or change my phone number?
It is the student’s responsibility to update any changes to their contact information (i.e. telephone numbers, address). Student information is not automatically updated when new course registration is received. To make changes to your student record, contact the Office of Admissions at any of the WCCCD’s five campuses to complete a Change of Data Form with the appropriate documentation (i.e. valid ID, marriage certificate, social security card, etc.) to substantiate change.

What happens if there is bad weather?
Call the inclement weather line at (313) 496-2600.

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