WCC Is Suspending On-Campus Operations Through At Least Sunday, April 5

To protect the health and safety of our community and the broader society by minimizing the potential spread of the COVID-19 virus, Washtenaw Community College is immediately suspending on-campus operations through at least Sunday, April 5.

All online classes and alternate delivery classes will continue as scheduled.

The college will continue to function remotely, as feasible, with the fewest possible number of fundamental job functions remaining on campus. Employees should check their email for further details.

Student services will continue to be available remotely. We’ve compiled a list of contacts for most-frequently reached services, which is available online. We appreciate the patience and flexibility students have exhibited throughout this situation.

The health and safety of our community is the college’s primary concern. With guidance from federal, state and local health officials, WCC will continue to monitor this situation and take necessary preemptive steps. Check out coronavirus webpage for updates.

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