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General Information
801 W. Fort Street
Detroit , Michigan 48226

Disability Resource Office

Disability Support Services
801 W. Fort Street
Detroit, 48226
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About Wayne County Community College District

Wayne County Community College District (WCCCD) is a public community college located in Detroit, Michigan. Founded in 1967, the college serves as an important educational institution in the region, offering affordable and accessible two-year degree programs to a diverse student population.

One of the remarkable features of WCCCD is its commitment to providing quality education to students of all backgrounds. As a community college, it focuses on meeting the needs of its local community by providing educational opportunities to individuals who may not have had access to traditional four-year universities. WCCCD’s mission is to empower students with the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in their careers or transfer to four-year institutions.

Located in Detroit, WCCCD benefits from being in close proximity to a vibrant and culturally rich metropolitan area. Detroit is known for its rich history in the automotive industry, as well as its contributions to music, art, and sports. The city offers a plethora of cultural sites, museums, theaters, and music venues, providing opportunities for students to engage with the local community and experience the diverse culture and entertainment options available.

Furthermore, Detroit is recognized as a hub for innovation and entrepreneurship, with numerous startups and tech firms establishing a presence in the city. This creates exciting opportunities for WCCCD students to connect with local industry professionals, gain practical experience through internships, and potentially launch their own ventures.

WCCCD boasts a highly qualified and dedicated faculty who are committed to providing students with a supportive learning environment. Professors at WCCCD are known for their expertise in their respective fields and their ability to bridge the gap between theory and practice. Small class sizes allow for personalized attention and interactive learning experiences, enabling students to thrive academically and develop critical thinking skills that will serve them well in their future endeavors.

In addition to academic programs, WCCCD offers various student support services to ensure students’ success. These include tutoring, counseling, career planning, and financial aid assistance, among others. The college also organizes extracurricular activities and clubs that cater to students’ diverse interests, helping them build relationships, develop leadership skills, and foster a sense of belonging within the campus community.

As an integral part of the Detroit community, WCCCD actively collaborates with local businesses, organizations, and government agencies to address the needs and goals of the region. Through these partnerships, students have the opportunity to engage in internships, service-learning projects, and community-based initiatives, further enriching their educational experience and preparing them for the workforce or further education.

In conclusion, Wayne County Community College District plays a vital role in providing accessible and affordable higher education to the Detroit community and surrounding areas. With its commitment to academic excellence, diverse student population, and strong ties to the local community, WCCCD has established itself as a cornerstone of educational opportunity and a catalyst for socio-economic growth in the region.

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Disability Accommodations

Services Provided

Always
    Occasionally
      Unavailable
      • Notetaking Assistance
      • Exam Accomodations
      • Alternate Learning Material Formats (e-text, large print, etc.)
      • Scribe Services
      • Qualified Readers
      • Assistive technologies (screen readers, voice input, etc.)
      • Qualified Sign Language Interpreters
      • Text-Based Accommodations (CART or C-Print)

      Services Provided

      Always
        Occasionally
          Unavailable
          • Degree Curriculum Substitutions
          • Priority Enrollment
          • Reduced courseload
          • Medical leave
          • Residence Hall Accommodations

          Campus Accessibility

          Accessible Level

          Fully
            Partially
              Minimally
              • Student Health Services
              • Mental Health Support Services
              • The library(ies)
              • Institution Online Platforms
              • Recreational and Athletic Facilities
              • Student Community Center and Other Common Gathering Areas
              • Primary Educational Facilities Used for Classes
              • Entertainment and Event Facilities
              • On-Campus Transit
              • Close Off-Campus Transit
              • Student Housing
              • Essential Administrative Offices (financial aid, registration, students services, career counseling, etc.)

              Services Provided

              Always
                Occasionally
                  Unavailable
                  • Dietary Meal Plan Accommodations
                  • Service and Emotional Support Animals
                  • Study Abroad Program Accommodations
                  • Internship, Externship, Field Placement, or other For-Credit, Off-Campus Work Experience Accommodations