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WCC Timeline: 1991

Washtenaw Community College's campus on Huron River Drive.

January 1991

WCC and the University of Michigan form an "Alliance for Minority Scholars" to encourage a greater number of qualified WCC minority students to continue their education at UM.

September 1991

The Heritage Wall, a visual and oral historical presentation of WCC from its beginnings at the Willow Run campus to the Huron River Drive campus is dedicated.

September 1991

The Learning Resource Center (Library) makes the switch from a manual card catalog to an online electronic catalog providing students, faculty, and staff with quick, electronic access to library materials.

September 1991

WCC hosts the first of three public forums discussing and celebrating the 200th anniversary of the Bill of Rights.

October 1991

Artist/Lithographer, Emil Weddige donates 19 prints of his original work to WCC to be displayed throughout the campus. Weddige's work is part of the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Biblioteque Nationale in Paris, and the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.

December 1991

WCC holds its first winter commencement exercise at the new Job Skills and Campus Events Building.

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