Our community experienced a terrible tragedy on Friday, February 15.
Two Waubonsee Community College adjunct faculty members have been selected as Outstanding Adjunct Faculty Members for 2019.
Due to the dangerously cold weather forecasted for the area, Waubonsee Community College has canceled all classes and activities for Wednesday, January 30. Because the college will be closed, the special meeting of the Waubonsee Community College Board of Trustees has been canceled.
Waubonsee Community College offers more than 70 courses on a wide variety of topics that are 12- and 8- weeks long.
Volunteers with Waubonsee Community College’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program will offer free tax help again this season in downtown Aurora.
Robin Nelson was 55 years old in 2016 when he decided it was time to go to college. He had had issues with various addictive substances in the past but had been clean and sober for about 10 years.
Nelson is now an honor student, a member of Phi Theta Kappa and working to help other people recover from addiction.
Waubonsee Community College welcomes Dr. Janette Funaro to the position of Dean for Social Sciences, Education and World Languages.
The start of the calendar year is a natural time to start new things. Many people start the year with a list of resolutions or life enhancements that they want to accomplish. These personal goals are almost always good and worth accomplishing and are designed with the best intentions. Even with all of these strengths at the beginning, these new year resolutions often end up unresolved.
Waubonsee Community College will host a recurring speaker series beginning in February. The events will feature Waubonsee faculty members speaking on topics pertaining to their academic interest and research.
Classes will begin soon, but there is still time to register for the spring term at Waubonsee Community College.