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Washtenaw Community College

2017-2016 Academic Calendar

Fall 2017

Aug. 28 Semester begins

Dec. 18 Semester ends

Winter 2018

Jan. 8 Semester begins

Apr. 30 Semester ends

Spring-Summer 2018

May 5 Semester begins

Aug. 2 Semester ends

Switchboard (734) 973-3300

Student Connection (information) (734) 973-3543

Website wccnet.edu


Address 4800 E. Huron River Dr., AA 48105

WCC offers more than 120 degree and certificate programs in business, health and public service, humanities and social science, math and natural sciences and technology. More than 20,000 students are enrolled each year in credit courses. Certificates and degrees are awarded to more than 2,000 students annually. Continuing education and extension programs offer credit, noncredit, and online instruction. In addition to its main campus, WCC has extension centers in Ypsilanti, Brighton, and Hartland.

Tuition is $95/credit hour for county residents, $158 for other Michigan residents, and $214 for out-of-state residents. Distance learning courses are $108/credit hour for county residents, $113 for other Michigan residents, and $116 for out-of-state residents. County residents age 65 & over pay no tuition; class admission based on seat availability.

For employment information call the human resources office, (734) 973-3661, or view job openings online at jobs.wccnet.edu.



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