Ann Arbor college offers 140 courses during ‘Free College Week’
ANN ARBOR, MI - You can try more than 140 free virtual college courses the first week of April at Washtenaw Community College. The Ann Arbor community college will offer the online classes from Monday, April 3 to Friday, April 7, WCC officials said. “Free College Week” recognizes national Community College Month in April, WCC officials said. About 1,500 people registered for classes at WCC during last year’s free week, officials said. Read more from The Ann Arbor News:Free college?mlive.com
Free college? These classes cost nothing for a week at Washtenaw Community College
ANN ARBOR, MI - A suite of 60-plus free classes are available at Washtenaw Community College the first of week of April. The Free College Week classes are being done virtually and open to the public from Monday, April 4, to Friday, April 8. While all Washtenaw County residents are invited to attend, anyone from outside the county is also eligible for the classes. The free classes are:Automotive/Advanced TransportationBroadcast/Radio/TVBusiness/EntrepreneurshipCareers/Professional DevelopmentComputers/ITCookingEducation and College SuccessFine/Digital/Visual/Performing ArtsHealth/Safety/Wellness/FitnessFinancial PlanningSenior CitizensSustainabilityStudents may visit the WCC Free College Week webpage to register on Zoom for the free classes. Read more from The Ann Arbor News:U.S. Rep. Debbie Dingell earmarks $14M for EMU, other Michigan projects in House-passed bill‘Very, very Ukrainian’: Daughter of man who named Ann Arbor streets remembers fatherRecord $2B University of Michigan bonds will fund new dorms, green projectsmlive.com
Washtenaw Community College invites area residents to virtually ‘attend’ Free College Week
ANN ARBOR – Washtenaw Community College has expanded its annual Free College Day -- a full day of classes for members of the community of all ages -- to Free College Week. Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the school shifted its event online April 12-16. Residents of Washtenaw County and beyond are welcome to “attend” the biannual event that shares student experiences with the broader community. Designed for K-8 and high school students as well as adults and seniors, participants can elect to attend 82 different classes throughout the week. AdFor more information about Washtenaw Community College, visit www.wccnet.edu.
‘Free College Week’ coming to Washtenaw Community College
ANN ARBOR, MI – Washtenaw County residents are invited to attend Free College Week at Washtenaw Community College from April 12-16. The event is being done virtually, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but residents still can share the same experiences as a WCC student, college officials said. There are 82 different classes being offered for community members. Classes start as early as 9 a.m. and run as late as 8 p.m. Those wanting to attend should register online here. READ MORE:Eastern Michigan University, Washtenaw Community College partner in Futures for Frontliners program11 women file lawsuit alleging Eastern Michigan University mishandled sexual assault claims‘Envision Green’ gives Lansing Community College students a pathway to transfer to MSUmlive.com