WCC Spring/Summer classes help students stay on track for less
More and more four-year college and university students are turning to community college classes during summer vacation to help them stay on track for graduation. Summer for many college students is a time to kick back, relax and forget about school. But, it’s the perfect time to keep working toward the future. And there is no better or more cost-effective place to do that than Washtenaw Community College.
SAVE MONEY AND TIME Students can earn college credit this summer by taking courses that successfully transfer to colleges and universities within the state through the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA). The MTA allows for the transfer of 30 credits of core general education courses from a Michigan community college to a Michigan four-year college or university.
CLASSES WHENEVER, wherever WCC also offers 31 degree programs that are available completely online in Information Technology, Business and Transfer Programs designed to seamlessly transfer to a four-year degree. Online classes and course information can be accessed at any time via a computer or device with a high-speed internet connection. They feature interactive, multimedia-based classrooms and provide easy interaction with peers and instructors through email, web conferencing and other online tools.
WCC offers online, face-toface and mixed-mode 6-week, 10-week and 12-week courses at a fraction of the cost of a four-year university. Just how much can students save by taking classes at WCC? It’s easy to find out by visiting the College’s online tuition savings calculator at WCCNET.EDU/SAVE.