The Waubonsee Community College English Department and the college’s Creative Writing Club will release the 2018 edition of Horizons, Waubonsee’s literary magazine. The event will be marked with a release party on Wednesday in the Student Center on the Sugar Grove Campus.
The Auto Body Repair Program at Waubonsee Community College recently received reaffirmation of accreditation through the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Education Foundation.
Waubonsee Community College will celebrate the accomplishments of its students with commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 12, at the college’s Sugar Grove Campus Field House.
The B that Caroline Amelse earned on a geology exam in 2009 was certainly not her best grade, but it was the grade that she is most proud of.
When she started at Waubonsee Community College that year, Amelse was a general science student. Waubonsee was a place where she could explore her academic interests at an affordable price before committing to a four-year college. She was able to do just that and learn a great deal about herself while she also learned about the sciences.
The Waubonsee Community College Board of Trustees seated Allison Rott to serve as the student trustee for the 2018-2019 academic year.
Tax season just ended so most people are probably not thinking about accountants or accounting right now. However, the Waubonsee Community College Accounting Program gives people a reason to think about accounting throughout the entire year. Because of this, it is recognized as a Waubonsee Student Success: Featured Faculty and Program.
Students at community colleges bring remarkably diverse backgrounds and experiences to the classrooms they sit in. Danny Peña, a student at Waubonsee Community College, is the perfect example of this. Peña was recently named California Pizza Kitchen’s top pizza chef in America.
Spring is a time of rebirth and growth and during the month of April, both are visible on the campuses of Waubonsee Community College. With the bloom of spring flowers, shrubs and trees, the beauty found on our four campuses is seen in the various habitats despite the cool weather.
April is always a remarkable month at Waubonsee. Though spring officially starts in March, April is usually when it starts to feel like spring in our area. With the blooming of flowers comes the annual reemergence of the beauty of our campuses. At Waubonsee, natural beauty and sustainability are college-wide efforts.
To mark National Poetry Month, Waubonsee Community College will host Poetry Out Loud! on Thursday, April 19 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. The event will be held at the Todd Library on the Sugar Grove Campus.