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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.
Summer: Courses begin May 18, June 8 (most popular) or July 6. You have options with more than 100 courses offered online, most of which are transferable gen ed credits.
Fall: Most courses begin August 24. Take a class or two or get started on your bachelor's degree and transfer when you're ready.
Join us in honoring our Class of 2020 graduates by tuning into our virtual commencement ceremony on Friday, May 29 at 7 p.m.
The ceremony will feature many of the elements of a traditional commencement ceremony, including speeches from college leadership and students, along with a listing of graduate names.
The coronavirus has impacted many students’ ability to continue on the path to their academic goals. Please consider making a donation to the Waubonsee Community College Foundation. The Waubonsee Foundation will match donations up to a total of $10,000.
Students: View the program details and complete the Intake Form to see if you qualify for assistance via mywcc.
Choosing to attend college is a big decision, and it’s no surprise that cost is a key concern for many students. When you ask, “Can I afford this?” we want you to know the answer is “Yes!”, thanks to low tuition, convenient payment plans, financial aid, and scholarships.
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