Resources for Funding Your Education

Whether you are a high school senior or a parent returning to school, navigating your funding options to pay for college can be cumbersome as you explore possibilities for education and training. If you plan on attending college starting in fall 2020, now is the time to start exploring ways to pay for college.

Waubonsee Welcomes New Dean for Students

Waubonsee Community College welcomes Mr. Bernard Little to the position of Dean for Students.

Waubonsee Recognized for Excellence in Student Voter Engagement

Waubonsee Community College received a gold seal from the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge for a student voter rate between 40% and 49% during the 2018 elections.

Passing of Waubonsee Founding Board of Trustees President

Waubonsee Community College Founding Board of Trustees President, Mr. Dale Von Ohlen, passed away on November 10. Von Ohlen served as the Aurora representative on the Steering Committee that formed Waubonsee Community College. He then served as a member of the Waubonsee Community College Board of Trustees from 1966-1983, serving as Board Chair from 1966-1971.

Waubonsee Hosts Event as Part of Aurora’s First Fridays

Waubonsee Community College will host several events on the evening of Friday, Dec. 6 as part of First Fridays in downtown Aurora.

The Importance of Studying Political Science

Political scientists study and explain government and legislative processes so that people can be better informed about policies that impact their communities, states, and the country. Since elections happen at least every two years and are increasingly significant in today’s political environment, the need for information about these government and legislative processes has never been greater.

Waubonsee Welcomes New Dean

Waubonsee Community College welcomes Mr. Jeffrey Gregor to the position of Dean for Health Professions and Public Service.

Accepting the Challenge to Make a Difference

On the first day of class, I ask my criminal justice students, “Who wants to be a police officer?” Almost every hand goes up. I can sense their enthusiasm. They often tell me they want to help people and “make a difference”. As the semester progresses and we discuss some of the challenging issues facing today’s police, I ask the same question. Thankfully, many of the same hands go up. They are still enthusiastic; however, they are now beginning to understand just how tough the job of policing can be.

Waubonsee Releases Annual Report to the Community

Waubonsee Community College has released its Annual Report to the Community for 2019.

Waubonsee Hosts Fall Music Concerts

Waubonsee Community College will host music concerts throughout November and December.