Washtenaw Community College is a public, 2-year institution established on a wooded, 291-acre campus in Ann Arbor, Michigan, with satellite facilities located in Brighton and Hartland. WCC offers over 100 academic programs through a catalog of approximately 1,500 course offerings, which are available during the day, evenings, on weekends, and online. The college is also home to The Washtenaw Voice, a student-run, biannual newspaper, and Orchard Radio, the first student-run, online-based radio station.
excellent school for the money. great class selection that transfers to almost any college in michigan and elsewhere for credit, and not just general credit. the teachers are mostly part time from either emu or uofm.
Benjamin from Stockbridge, MI
wastenaw is a great learning environment. the teachers are so supportive! the small community feeling is a great place to be!