Waubonsee Honors Program Sets Students Up For Success

Waubonsee Community College launched its Honors Program in the 1986-1987 academic year. At that time, the program offered high-ability students the opportunity to register for honors course sections in English, Sociology and Communications. In the 2016-2017 academic year, Elmhurst College added to the prestige of the Waubonsee Honors Program by providing one Honors Program Graduate a scholarship to continue their education at Elmhurst.

The first recipient of the Elmhurst College Honors Program Scholarship was Lorena Gonzalez of Aurora.

Waubonsee Offers Trip To White Sox-Cubs Game at Guaranteed Rate Field

Waubonsee Community College is offering a day trip to Chicago’s South Side to enjoy the city’s baseball rivalry.


Waubonsee Offers Day Trip Focused on STEM

Waubonsee Community College is offering a day trip to Waterloo, Wis. to explore practical applications of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) studies.

Waubonsee Hosts Family Entertainment Events

Waubonsee Community College will host two family entertainment events in October.

Waubonsee Hosts Event as Part of Aurora’s First Fridays

Waubonsee Community College will host events on Friday, Oct. 5 as part of First Fridays in downtown Aurora.

Be Prepared!

September brings changing temperatures and scenery. While these changes happen around us, students are settling in to the routine of a still-new academic year on college campuses. This is certainly the case at all four of Waubonsee’s campuses.

Waubonsee Hosts Aurora Downtown Career Fair

Waubonsee Community College will host a career fair on Wednesday, Sept. 26 from 9 a.m. to noon in Aurora. The event is free and open to the public.


Waubonsee Hosts College Night

Waubonsee Community College will host College Night on Monday, Oct. 1 from 6 to 8 p.m. on its Sugar Grove Campus.

The Purpose of Technical Education

There I was, in a SCBA (self-contained breathing apparatus…) like you see firefighters wear and a full firefighting outfit to go back down into the reactor plant to check for a steam rupture. I was put in this wonderful outfit because I was the chief reactor watch, and supervised the mechanical watch-standers of that reactor plant.  The reactor had been scrammed, the engineering spaces were hot (think sauna hot), and everyone had been evacuated. My “newbie” (newly qualified watch-stander) had reported to a steam rupture. While steam powers turbines, and powers your home through the electrical grid, it also quickly kills.... 

Today, I teach most of the classes in the Automation Technology Degree (AMT) Program at Waubonsee Community College.

Waubonsee Welcomes New Director of Employee Development

Waubonsee Community College welcomes Mr. Timothy Bizoukas to the position of Director of Employee Development.