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WCC Timeline: 1990

Job Skills and Campus Events Building opening

Job Skills and Campus Events Building

WCC celebrates anniversary

United Association Instructors Training Program Participants

January 1990

After 23 years, WCC's Automotive Services department moves from its Carpenter Road location into its new quarters in the recently expanded Occupational Education Building.


Job Skills and Campus Events Building opens. Name changed in 1994 to the Morris J. Lawrence Building in honor of deceased WCC instructor.

August 1990

The annually held United Association Instructors Training Program chooses WCC as its new home. Plumbers and Pipefitters from across the United States and Canada representing their union locals will come to WCC for a one week intensive training course each summer.

September 1990

WCC schedules several events to kick off a celebration of its 25th anniversary. An 8 foot by 6 foot anniversary card is displayed at the Arborland Mall for collecting signatures on September 22; the card is on the WCC campus and regional centers throughout October.

December 1990

WCC's south regional center in Saline, Michigan opens to serve students in the Saline, Milan, and northern Lenawee County areas.

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