Washtenaw Community College has classes and programs to fit your lifestyle and educational goals.
Whether you're working towards your degree or just want to take a class for fun,
WCC offers a high-quality education at an exceptional value.
Find important dates such as registration deadlines, college holidays and more.
Reach your academic potential and earn a certificate or degree at Washtenaw Community College.
With over 100 academic programs available, WCC can be a bridge towards a new career or
a bachelor's degree at a four-year institution.
With centers in Washtenaw and Livingston counties, Washtenaw Community College's
extension sites combine convenient class locations and numerous educational opportunities.
Your Time Matters. So WCC offers three flexible choices in the way you take your classes:
These three options not only introduce you to new learning skills, but they help you plan your schedule around your
personal responsibilities such as job and family. Each option incorporates the same high quality standards you've
come to expect from WCC.
Non-credit classes can provide educational enrichment and
professional training. Ranging from computer instruction to
gardening and construction to culinary arts.
Student Rights and Responsibilities
Learn about WCC student policies.
Washtenaw Technical Middle College enables students to simultaneously work towards a
high school diploma and a WCC certificate or degree.
Departments and College Offices
Learn about the WCC's academic departments and college offices.
Learn about how to get your GED or improve your skills to prepare for college classes.