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Overcoming Odds! A 16-year-old girl diagnosed with rare form of brain cancer is among Wayne County Community College District’s Class of 2017

June - Be Informed FREE Workshops

WCCCD Western Campus Named The Ted Scott Campus

June 21 - Language Institute: American Sign Language

June 23 - Summer Safety Fair

June 29 - Language Institute: Caribbean Heritage Celebration

July 13 - Finding Dory

July 10 to 14 - Camp Infinity

July 20 - Summer Film Festival

July 20 - Cool Summer Film: American Graffiti

July 26 - All About the Arts: Women of the Blues

July 27 - Cool Summer Film: Rogue One

Commercial Driver's License (CDL-A) Training

Detroit Opportunity Youth Collaborative Program

August 3 - Cool Summer Film: That Touch of Mink

August 10 - Cool Summer Film: Beauty and the Beast

August 21 to 25 - Digital Media Film Production Boot Camp

WCCCD To Participate In National Credentialing Program For Retail Workers

University of Michigan, Henry Ford College and WCCCD team up for better teaching & learning in biomedical science

National Leadership Perspective Added to WCCCD Strategic Planning Initiatives with 50th Anniversary Blue Ribbon Leadership Task Force

Student Services

Welcome to the Division of Student Services

We provide a range of services that will assist and empower WCCCD students to achieve their personal, professional and academic goals.

We serve a broad range of students from high school graduates to senior citizens. Whether you want to earn an Associates degree that will transfer to a four year college or university, earn a certificate that will serve as an entrée into a new career, prepare for a GED, enhance your existing career skills or simply take enrichment classes, WCCCD can offer you a wide assortment of classes that will enrich your future.

The Division of Student Services provides an array of services that maximize your opportunities for a successful educational journey. Navigating through the admissions and registration transactions is made easier when students have easy access to Student Services staff at any one of the five campuses or through online service. Students are encouraged to meet with one of the academic advisors as well as the advisors in our Career Planning and Placement Offices. Our Learning Centers are also located at each of the campuses and are easily accessible.

You are invited to explore the pages of the Student Services website or call the Student Services Office at any one of the campuses to meet with a staff person who will answer your questions and prepare you for an exciting journey – a journey that will certainly lead to a better life!

 

 
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