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College Central Network Job Flash

National Student Clearinghouse e-Transcript

February Film Festival

Wednesdays February - Diversity & Inclusion: Black History Month

February 6 to 10 - Students Welcome Week

February 7 - All About the Arts: An Afternoon with Abbigale

February 8 - New Student Resource Fair

February 9 - Diversity & Inclusion: Amazing Grace

February 10 - Global Conversations: Derrick Johnson

February 15 - Brown and Juanita C. Ford Art Gallery: M. Saffell Gardner

February 22 - Critical Thinking Game Day

February 27 - Black Business Expo and Marketplace

March 11 - Performers Expo Call for Artists

March 11 - Performers Expo Showcase

March 22 - Semester Strategies

April 12 - Career & Program Overview Day

April 28 - Phi Theta Kappa Induction Ceremony

2023 Commencement Class Meeting Schedule

Special Recognition Award Application 2023

Graduation FAQ's

June 3 - Commencement Ceremony at Ford Field

Through June 16 - Graduate Exit Survey

WCCCD Curtis L. Ivery Health and Wellness Education Center Receives 2022 Location of Excellence Award from MXM

Dental Hygiene Clinic at Northwest Campus

Wildcats Bowling Tryouts

Physical Therapist Assistant Program Information

WCCCD Offers 16 Student Organizations and Clubs

Wildcats Basketball 2022-2023 Season Schedule

Wildcats Women's Basketball Tryout

Free COVID-19 Vaccination & Testing Clinics

Earn as you Learn Pharmacy Technology Program

Job Testing and Recruitment

Free COVID-19 Tests

Student Covid-19 Campus Guidelines

Healthy Living Indoor Walking Path at Ted Scott Campus

Student Assistance Program

American Chemical Society Application

COVID-19 Building Safety

Get Paid for Living Near WCCCD

Coronavirus Reporting Hotline

New CIS Programming Language Courses

Learning Resource Center Online Resources & Services

Commercial Driver's License (CDL-A) Training

Detroit Opportunity Youth Collaborative Program

EMU Beat Transfer Program

Financial Aid Requirements

Food Bank Donations

Join a Student Organization

Join MConnect (U of M Transfer Program)

Join Student Executive Council

Learning Resource Centers (LRC) and Local Library Partnerships

Mission Statement

Wayne County Community College District’s mission is to empower individuals, businesses, and communities to achieve their higher education and career advancement goals through excellent, accessible, culturally diverse, and globally competitive programs and services. 

Vision Statement

Wayne County Community College District will be known as a premier community college and innovator in the areas of high quality academic and career education, talent development in support of regional economic growth, diversity and inclusion, and technological advancement.

Wayne County Community College District’s Values

1. Supporting Excellence in Teaching and Learning:
We value and support effective teaching and learning. We are committed to excellence in teaching and learning as defined by high standards for student learning outcomes. We are committed to providing a supportive, caring, safe, and responsive learning environment for students that will maximize their opportunity for academic and career success. We value our faculty and staff as productive contributors to the future of the college and its students. 

2. Honoring Diversity
We honor the worth of individuals of all racial, gender, ethnic, and national origins, and we value persons from all socio-economic, educational, and experiential backgrounds. We value our role as “Democracy’s College,” providing an open door of educational opportunity to all who can benefit from our services. We help our students live responsibly in a global society by nurturing in them an increased appreciation and understanding of diverse cultures and ideas.

3. Serving the Common Good
We value being an integral part of the communities we serve, providing community services that improve the economic, social, cultural, and educational life of these communities.

4. Being Accountable
We are accountable to the students who depend on us to provide them with a quality education, to the citizens who support us with their tax dollars, and to the businesses that depend on us to provide them with highly trained employees. We commit to being good stewards of the resources that are provided to us to carry out our mission.

5. Operating with Integrity
We exemplify the values of honesty, responsibility, trust, fairness, reliability, and mutual respect in every aspect of our work.

The Importance of WCCCD’s Foundational Statements

WCCCD’s foundational statements are truly those on which the District is founded. These statements are a declaration of why the District exists, what its values are, what it does to carry out its mission and values and what it will become in the future. When completed, these statements will appear in all the District’s key documents and will be displayed in all of its facilities. The statements will guide the actions of the Board of Trustees, the day-to-day decisions of the District’s executive leaders, faculty and staff, student leaders and our interactions with business and community associates.

 

 
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