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At Waubonsee, we welcome diversity. We celebrate it. We are better because of it. We understand we have a responsibility to provide a safe and welcoming environment for everyone. We will not accept hatred, intolerance or racism at any level.

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Around Waubonsee

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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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Start Small
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Starting small can mean requesting info from our Admissions Department, enrolling in just a single course to try it out, or much more, including starting off with just a small down payment. 

Our special Waubonsee Response Payment Plan requires just a $25 set-up fee to hold your classes, but you must enroll for fall by June 30! 

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Most fall courses begin August 24. Take a class or two or get started on your bachelor's degree and transfer when you're ready.

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Share Your #WaubonseeWin

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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.

Arlene's Story
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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.


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