Keys to Success

ACADEMIC ADVISING

It’s said that those who fail to plan, plan to fail. Those who plan to succeed start their academic path by meeting with a Washtenaw Community College advisor. Counselors and academic advisors have the know-how to help you achieve your educational goals. From the moment you apply, WCC can help you set meaningful educational, career and personal plans that are compatible with your life goals.

TUTORING

If the thought of taking college-level classes worries you, have no fear! To make sure our students understand all the information and concepts in each of their credit classes, WCC offers free, one-on-one tutoring. The College’s tutors are available to any student in any WCC credit class on a drop-in basis. Students who actively attend classes and bring specific questions to a tutor will be able to make the most of their WCC education.

Learn more about WCC’s free tutoring service at: WCCNET.EDU/LEARNINGSUPPORT

WRITING CENTER

WCC offers free, one-on-one writing assistance to our students at the College’s Writing Center. From brainstorming to outlining to final drafting, the Writing Center gives meaningful feedback on content, organization, style and mechanics.

Walk-in services from WCC writing assistants can help you:

  • Prewrite strategies
  • Generate a rough draft
  • Revise
  • Develop effective writing strategies
  • Correct documentation
  • Guidance in proofreading strategies
  • Provide feedback on any written
  • homework or personal writing

Learn more at: SITES.WCCNET.EDU/WRITINGCENTER


“Often the most consistent point of contact for many students, WCC advisors develop meaningful relationships with students; help identify pathways to academic, career, personal and social success; and partner with faculty to enhance institutional educational effectiveness.”
– Elizabeth Orbits, Ed.D, LPC, NCC Dean, Student Support Services, Washtenaw Community College

“The Writing Center is the heartbeat of WCC. They prepare you for life after Washtenaw—whether that is transferring to a four-year college or starting your career.”
– Student: Shaun Jenkins, 50, of Ypsilanti

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