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Press Release: New Partnership Between WCCCD and DPD Creates Pathways to New Career Opportunities For High School Students

American Chemical Society Application

October 20 - Halloween Safety Night Trunk & Treat at Downriver Campus

October 20 - Virtual Semester Strategies

Through October 21 - Application deadline for the Nursing Program Extended

October 23 & 30 - Each One Teach One

October 26 - Clay Crafton Art Exhibit at Downriver Campus

October 27 - Halloween Safety Night Trunk & Treat at Ted Scott Campus

October 27 - Ferris State University Virtual Open House

October 28 - Autumn Movie Night

October 28 - Breaking the Barriers on Breast Cancer Awareness

November 8 - Career & Program Virtual Overview Day

November 13 - Wildcats Season Home Opener

November 16 - Managing Death & Grief Workshop

Free COVID-19 Vaccinations

Fall 2021 CARES/CRSSAA Act Emergency Funding Available

COVID-19 Building Safety

COVID-19 Personal Safety

PHI THETA KAPPA Fall 2021 & Spring 2022 Virtual Meetings

Press Release: WGU/MCCA Partnership

Guest Students Fall 2021 Registration

Get Paid for Living Near WCCCD

Coronavirus Reporting Hotline

Student Virtual Support Center Toolkit

New CIS Programming Language Courses

MICUP-Paid STEM Internship Information

Free COVID-19 Tests

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

Auxiliary Services

Records Management

What is Records Management?

Records Management is a wide-ranging management discipline.  It ensures that our institution is compliant with all the laws that affect its operations, students and staff. Other requisites are best practices of information and records to long term preservation of electronic data, and the selection of records for eventual inclusion in the historical archive of our institution.  Our goal is bringing a consistent approach to records keeping and imaging practices, freeing up valuable office space from record storage, and ensuring that the retention of records created by all departments is compliant with laws and regulations concerning the management of records. 

Our program provides a variety of services:

  • Inactive records storage and maintenance in a secured warehouse.
  • Records retrieval and pick-up service.
  • Retention and disposition scheduling.
  • Secure disposition of outdated records and documentation.
  • In-office consulting on records systems.
  • Planning, support and conversion for digital recordkeeping.
  • Institution-wide guidance on all aspects of record keeping practice.

Records Management is committed to serve our students, faculty and staff with the most efficient technical methods to best serve your needs, while protecting the institution from legal and fiscal liability. 

 
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