Today, we make a promise, a promise to practice compassion and respect,” Daniels writes. “A promise to be good nurses, not great nurses, but incomparable and unstoppable nurses.
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Every student who studied with us, however long ago, remains a part of this institution and its tradition of excellence—stay connected to your Waubonsee roots by checking in on our Waubonsee LinkedIn page.
Alumni Benefits include free admission to home athletic events, a 20% discount to the Waubonsee Bookstore, Academic and Career Advising at no cost, and free unofficial transcripts through mywcc self-service or official transcripts for only $5.00 through the Registrar’s office.
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Show your support for your alma mater by picking up a sweatshirt at our Bookstore or helping raise money for scholarships by participating in our annual Golf Outing. And we're still happy to support you in any way we can, whether it be assisting you in your job search through our career development resources or providing an official transcript of your studies here. Unofficial transcripts are available through the mywcc portal, which you can access using your student ID/X-number.
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Meet Our Alumni
Here are just a few of our alumni success stories.
Thinking of my grandmother’s story, and her expectations she gained at Waubonsee of what she could do, were impacted with me, which led me to go out and achieve things and ultimately, coming back here to be employed,” he said. “It is really kind of cool how it all works in the continuum.
Dr. Indigo presents the strength and perseverance of many community college students who persist in their education while working and raising a family.
At first glance opponents may have overlooked the 5’4” Maxzine Rossler. But once the games began, all eyes were focused on the fleet-footed scoring dynamo. Rossler quickly established herself as the all-time leading scorer in Waubonsee women’s soccer history and also made her presence known on the basketball court as well.
It's said that 'a coach potentially impacts more lives in a year than the average person does in a lifetime.'