Summer Enrollment Opens at Waubonsee

There are many benefits to students for taking college classes in the summer. Waubonsee Community College offers a wide variety of classes at all four of its campuses, as well as online, to help students get those benefits.  

Volunteer Tutors Needed to Help Adults Learn English and Math

The Adult Literacy Project at Waubonsee Community College is seeking volunteers to tutor adult learners in math, reading, writing and speaking English.

Waubonsee Music Department Hosts Spring Concerts

Waubonsee Community College will host six music performances that highlight the wide variety of styles and offerings available at the college.

Waubonsee Announces President’s Achievement Awards

The Waubonsee Community College Foundation presented 14 students with the John J. Swalac, Jr. President’s Achievement Award.

Waubonsee Offers Summer Youth Programs

Waubonsee Community College will offer more than 40 different summer camp opportunities this year for kids ages 4-14.

Waubonsee Is Working To Strengthen Connections

As part of Waubonsee’s 50th anniversary celebration in 2016-17, and as part of our strategic transformational plan, we are seeking to more vigorously re-envision our alumni program.

Waubonsee Hosts Signing Day for Automotive Students

Each academic year in November, December and April, many colleges with football and basketball programs celebrate their incoming student-athletes when the students sign a letter of intent. Colleges often host an event that makes the athletes feel like they are part of the team, even before they start classes. At Waubonsee, that happens not just with student-athletes, but with student-auto technicians.

Diversity Enriches the College Experience

For many of us, some of our most enriching relationships were made in college. The diversity of thought represented by fellow students, faculty and staff expanded our views beyond those of our immediate family and social circle. This diversity continues to enhance the higher education experience and particularly the community college experience. Community colleges feature diversity such as generational differences, ethnic backgrounds, veterans status, religious affiliations, family composition, work experience and more.

Scheduled College Phone System Upgrade on March 12

The Waubonsee Community College IT Department will conduct a scheduled upgrade to the college's phone system on Monday March 12. The service will begin at 6 p.m. and is scheduled to end by midnight. 


Waubonsee Names Outstanding Adjunct Faculty Members

Two Waubonsee Community College adjunct faculty members have been selected as Outstanding Adjunct Faculty Members for 2018. Andy Clements, an instructor in the Business and Career Technologies Division, and Randy Sater, an instructor in the Workforce Development Division, were selected for their teaching excellence.