Over the course of a few days in June, the Supreme Court of the United States issued two significant rulings; to sustain the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and to provide employment protections for the LGBTQ+ community. These rulings come at a time when our nation and our community are focused on issues of diversity, inclusion, equity, and social justice.
Waubonsee Community College has announced the 2020 Support Staff Awards for Excellence.
Dr. Aaron Lawler, Assistant Professor of Humanities, has been selected as Waubonsee’s 2020 Outstanding Faculty Member.
With the need for contact tracers expected to increase for the foreseeable future, Waubonsee Community College is now offering a Public Health Contact Tracing Program.
Waubonsee Community College recently received a 2002 fire engine pumper truck from the Elburn & Countryside Fire Protection District.
As we begin our summer season, we can all agree that so far, 2020 has been an unimaginable year. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected everything we do as individuals and as a community over just a few months. Now, in the past couple of weeks, we are experiencing another significant upheaval in response to the video and death of George Floyd.
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 Community College will provide new experiences for this year’s graduating class.
All of Waubonsee Community College’s summer classes will be conducted online and through alternative delivery methods.
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.