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As we prepare to reopen buildings, it is very important to check the Waubonsee COVID-19 web page for updates frequently so that you are aware of information and safety protocols for returning to campus.

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You are balancing a lot of new challenges and concerns with where to go to college and what to do once you’re there. Waubonsee is here to help when you’re ready.

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Any time is a tough time to be unemployed or underemployed, but the present time is especially challenging. Visit our Resources for Unemployment page to get tips on becoming a better job seeker, finding a new career path, accessing free education and training, and better understanding unemployment benefits. 

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Starting small doesn’t mean you can’t eventually go big. Attending Waubonsee first helps you get the strong foundation you need with personalized attention and support. Then, with our transfer courses, pathways and agreements, you can finish up at your dream school.

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With the fall course schedule recently updated and set, now is the time to enroll! Most fall courses begin August 24 and will be delivered in one or more of the following ways:

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It’s a good way to experience relationships.

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Opportunities are there. They [The Hartford] are giving us the tools.

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Although I am getting a late start at a degree, I honestly feel that my age gives me an advantage.

Roxana; Earth Sciences
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The government is always there, but we don’t always pay attention to the minutia of it. It’s like watching a strategy game.

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I want to shed light on the struggle of being a person of Arabic descent in a colonized world

Natalie; Political Science
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Little did I know that it [Waubonsee] would open my eyes to an exciting career and spark such personal growth within me.