WCCCD       Home
One Vision, One District, One College Apply
Campuses Downriver Campus Downtown Campus Eastern Campus Northwest Campus Ted Scott Campus Mary Ellen Stempfle University Center


Please continue to monitor your WCCCD email and the college’s website for the latest updates. You may also want to consider signing up for our text alert system through Web-Gate. We will share any new announcements through these channels.

1. When will classes resume?

2022 Fall Semester classes begin Monday, August 22, 2022.

2. How will classes be held?

2022 Fall Semester will consist of face-to-face classes, hybrid and online distant learning (VR) courses.

3. How do I tell which classes are face-to-face or online?

Face-to-face classes will meet on campus are listed in the schedule book with a campus room assignment or F2F designation.
Classes conducted through Distance Learning (online) are listed in Web-Gate under Virtual Campus and are listed in the Schedule book as VR.

4. Who do I contact if I have questions about using Blackboard or Distance Learning?

Visit WCCCD’s Distance Learning webpage for information on Blackboard and support. You may call Distance Learning at (313) 496-2684 or email distancelearning@wcccd.edu for assistance. (Response within 24 hours, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.)

5. What number or email can students refer to for questions about financial aid?

Students who have concerns or questions regarding their financial aid may call the WCCCD Student Success Hotline for Financial Aid at 313-496-2865 or email financialaid@wcccd.edu for direct assistance. Please note that privacy guidelines prevent us from providing direct assistance to individual financial aid questions or concerns via social media channels.


6. What number or email can students refer to for questions about any other student service?

Students who have concerns or questions regarding a student service, may call the WCCCD Student Success Hotline at 313-496-2634 or email studentservices@mail.wcccd.edu for assistance.for assistance.


7. What resources are available to help students succeed?

The Student Success Tool Kit is a comprehensive listing of learning support resources available for students: Student Success Toolkit or Virtual Support ToolKit.

The Student Success Center is a one-stop-center that offers one-on-one assistance to help students plan for and achieve their academic and career goals in a supportive environment.  The center offers a number of programs, resources, and services to all students.  Visit their website http://www.wcccd.edu/students/pp_student_Success.html for a complete listing.


8. How can I find information about campus events?

Check the WCCCD website or Web-Gate for information regarding campus events.

9. What should I do if I feel sick?

You should stay home. If you are at WCCCD, you should make arrangements to return home immediately. If the symptoms are severe, you should seek medical attention. Click here for more information and the college’s response to COVID-19.

Regarding any further questions please contact Wayne County Community College District CORONAVIRUS REPORTING HOTLINE at 734-374-3227 or email MIPSE@wcccd.edu.


*All Library services are available online operating 24/7.
Copyright ©2008-2022 Wayne County Community College District | 801 W. Fort Street, Detroit, MI 48226 |  CONTACT US