Waubonsee Announces Distinguished Contributor and Alumnus

Waubonsee Community College announces its 2020 Distinguished Contributor and Distinguished Alumnus. Mr. Angelo Kleronomos is this year’s Distinguished Contributor. Ms. Mary Ellen Thielemann is this year’s Distinguished Alumnus.

Waubonsee Provides New Commencement Experience

Waubonsee Community College will provide new experiences for this year’s graduating class.

Waubonsee Executive Vice President Retires

Waubonsee Community College Executive Vice President of Finance and Operations, David Quillen, will retire effective May 31.

One Student’s Experience at Waubonsee

My heart is filled with joy whenever I think of my experiences as a student and student trustee at Waubonsee Community College.

An Open Letter to the Graduating Class of 2020

When I was asked to be the 2020 commencement faculty marshal for Waubonsee Community College, I was truly honored because commencement is my very favorite day of the school year. I envisioned myself leading Waubonsee faculty into the Field House followed by each of you as graduates walking in while your family and friends proudly watch. Then the crisis we never saw coming came. Coronavirus changed all of our lives and plans.

Waubonsee Shifts All Summer Classes to Alternative Delivery

All of Waubonsee Community College’s summer classes will be conducted online and through alternative delivery methods.

A Historic and Remarkable Academic Year Comes to an End

The month of May is a wonderful time for many college students. Graduates feel a sense of elation as they move on to the next phase of their academic or career journeys and other students enjoy a sense of accomplishment for all they have done in the year. We celebrate with all of those students.

Waubonsee’s SBDC Receives Grant

The Waubonsee Community College Small Business Development Center (SBDC) has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the First National Bank of Omaha (FNBO).

Serving College Students In Unprecedented Times

Unprecedented. I feel like almost everything I read anymore has this word somewhere in the first sentence. It’s true. These are unprecedented times for all of us. At Waubonsee Community College we’re very aware of the struggle, not just for us as employees, but especially for our students. In Student Development we are working hard to make sure we can maintain the services students need and want to be successful.

Waubonsee Welcomes New Vice President

Waubonsee Community College welcomes Douglas “Doug” Minter to the position of Vice President of Finance and Administration.