Nicolas Nunez

Waubonsee was really good at introducing you to different classes so you know what you like and don't like. Overall, it shapes you as a person.

Nicolas Nunez

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At first glance opponents may have overlooked the 5’4” Maxzine Rossler. But once the games began, all eyes were focused on the fleet-footed scoring dynamo. Rossler quickly established herself as the all-time leading scorer in Waubonsee women’s soccer history and also made her presence known on the basketball court as well.  

Hall of Fame inductee

Maxzine Rossler
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It's said that 'a coach potentially impacts more lives in a year than the average person does in a lifetime.'

Hall of Fame inductee

Dave Randall
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Dr. Indigo presents the strength and perseverance of many community college students who persist in their education while working and raising a family.

2021 Distinguished Alumnus

Dr. Indigo Debra Triplett
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When I joined Waubonsee, I was scared. At the time, I was so set on going into the military, but luckily, I have great instructors and best friends to lean on here.

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Borvan says she has particularly enjoyed the challenge of finishing her degree in a year and believes Waubonsee was the best decision she could have made.

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Tiffany Kinsey, Army Spouse and Current Waubonsee Student

Tiffany Kinsey

Army Spouse and Current Waubonsee Student
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Norm Stricklin, United States Navy and Waubonsee Alumnus

Norm Stricklin

United States Navy and Current Waubonsee Student
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Chad Lockman, United States Marine Corps Veteran, Superintendent of the Veterans Assistance Commission of Kendall County, and Waubonsee Alumnus

Chad Lockman

United States Marine Corps and Waubonsee Alumnus
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Veterans are at a higher risk of suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) than the general population.