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Wayne County Community College District offers former students debt relief

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Vendor Relations

Wayne County Community College District values our relationships with our vendor community and is committed to providing outstanding customer service.

The District has inquiry number to assist you in obtaining information regarding our Accounts Payable process. Please contact our “Vendor Relations” inquiry line at any time with your questions. Provide us pertinent information including your callback number and we will respond to your inquiry within 24 hours. Please note, all vendor inquiries must be received through our Vendor Relations line; please do not contact any other department. Our vendor relations representatives will work with other District departments as necessary to answer your questions.

Important Information Regarding Vendor Check Processing

When remitting your invoice to the District, all invoice submissions must be received directly in our Fiscal Accountability Operations Center. Your invoice must contain a valid WCCCD Purchase Order number, a complete description of goods and services as well as dates provided, and your federal tax ID number.

Please note, our terms are net 30 days of receipt of invoice in the Fiscal Accountability Operations Center, provided the District has an established approved Purchase Order for invoiced goods and services and your current IRS W-9 information.

Vendor checks are mailed directly from the District and may not be picked up from any department.

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