Valuable resources for students
Waubonsee Community College and the communities it serves are offering different types of assistance for students and their families in times of crisis. Please refer to this guide for help outside of Waubonsee’s resources. If you are experiencing a crisis, call the 24/7 Waubonsee Talk Line at (630) 264-0394.
Filing a Report
Make an official report of a situation or incident that took place on or off campus involving Waubonsee students.
College can be challenging, especially when you're also working, caring for a family and trying to enjoy a well-balanced life. We care about your personal wellness, not just your academic success. One-to-one confidential counseling is available for students.
Programs by Subject
Locate a specific academic program.
A general guide to life at Waubonsee, the student handbook contains information about services, policies, regulations and activities.
Code of Student Conduct
Waubonsee's Code of Student Conduct helps ensure that all students feel welcome and respected and are able to learn in a positive environment. For your convenience, you can quickly preview and/or print the code.
Note: The Code of Student Conduct is available starting on page 140 of the Student Handbook.
Grade Appeal Process
In situations where the student is not satisfied with the outcome of the grade process, and in accordance with students’ rights for due process, the student may appeal a final grade in a course. The student must initiate the appeal process within one calendar year of the date the final grade was officially due to Registration and Records. Guidelines and procedures are outlined in the Student Handbook or available from the Office of the Vice President of Student Development.
Note: The Grade Appeal Process is available on pages 97-98 of the Student Handbook.