Washtenaw Community College is a community college located in Ann Arbor Township, Michigan. Founded in 1965, WCC welcomes more than 13,000 people from over 100 countries for study each year and grants certificates and degrees to over 1,400 students annually. The college offers approximately 100 credit programs in business, health and public service, humanities and social science, math and natural sciences, and technology. The campus is home to the Washtenaw Technical Middle College, a charter high school providing students a chance at vocational degrees. The college has extension centers in Brighton and Hartland and offers courses at high schools in Dexter, Chelsea, Manchester, Milan and Whitmore Lake.WCC has comprehensive training partnerships with local and national businesses and organizations, and has transfer agreements with the University of Michigan, Eastern Michigan University, Ferris State University, and UM–Dearborn.Campus lifeThe Washtenaw Community College core campus includes 14 instructional and auxiliary buildings and is surrounded by 291 acres of pristine woodlands and naturalized spaces in the heart of Washtenaw County and southeast Michigan. The college sponsors off-site extension centers in Brighton, Dexter, Hartland and two in Ypsilanti.Over 13,000 students enroll in credit classes each fall and winter semester; adults 18–24 years of age represent almost 48 percent of the WCC student body. The college charters Washtenaw Technical Middle College, one of the most successful high school middle colleges in the country. The WCC Foundation provides over $400,000 in scholarships annually. In 2009 WCC received a full ten-year accreditation renewal without contingencies from the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association. Washtenaw offers over 1,000 credit classes and learning off campus at extension centers.
4800 E Huron River Z
48105 Ann Arbor