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November 30 - Diversity & Inclusion: National Native and American Heritage Month

WCCCD Chancellor receives Rainbow Push Coalition Benchmark Award for Higher Education Leadership, Innovative Mechatronics Program

December 8 - The Empowerment Project with Jeffery Miller

Through December 14 - American Visions I: The Art of Collecting

Through December 14 - American Visions II: The Art of Collecting

December 17 - Sounds of the Season

Wildcats Basketball 2022-2023 Season Schedule

Wildcats Women's Basketball Tryout

Free COVID-19 Vaccination & Testing Clinics

Priority Registration Spring 2023

Earn as you Learn Pharmacy Technology Program

Job Testing and Recruitment

The Professional Closet

Free COVID-19 Tests

Student Covid-19 Campus Guidelines

COVID Guest Students Sign

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

Student Virtual Support Center Toolkit

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

 

Kids' College

Kids’ College offers classes for youth 4-17 years of age to develop and expand students’ interests, stimulate creativity, and provide unique learning opportunities with an emphasis on academic improvement. Classes are taught in a hands-on fashion with an accent on fun in an educational environment.

In addition, we offer a variety of educationally charged, full-filled seminars and workshops for youth. We cover a wide range of topics that include the Chancellor's Annual Reading Carnival, health and safety workshops, arts and crafts, and culturally rich programs throughout the year. Click here for the Camp FAQ's.

 

Reading Carnival Click the image to view the video.

For more information, please check the CE schedule for current offerings or call the School of Continuing Education & Workforce Development at (313) 496-2704.

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