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To ensure alignment with Washington State Governor Jay Inslee's "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" order, WCC’s Community & Continuing Education (CCE) program has been working to move a variety of classes scheduled to start in May and June to virtual classrooms.* Please click here or on the graphic above to see which CCE classes are now available online, or peruse our complete listing and look for classes with “virtual classroom” in the title. Be sure to check back for new additions or sign up for our email newsletter!

Virtual classes for the remainder of spring quarter are:

*Due to the interactive and hands-on nature of CCE classes, an online format is not practical for many. For spring CCE classes that cannot move online, we will reschedule for fall whenever possible and have had to cancel others.

Over the coming weeks, we will contact participants registered for affected classes by email to notify them of the updates specific to their class(es). If you are already registered for a class scheduled to begin in May or June and haven't heard from us, please check your email's spam folder before contacting us.

For questions regarding rescheduled classes, cancellations, or assistance with online registration for late spring classes, please contact us at or leave a voice message at 360.383.3200. Email and phone messages will be checked regularly Mon-Fri, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., and will be returned as soon as possible.

CCE’s Facebook and Instagram accounts will remain active, sharing local resources and online learning opportunities we think might be of interest to our community of lifelong learners. We also have a variety of non-credit online classes available through our partner, Education to Go.

For our customers holding credit vouchers that are due to expire during winter or spring quarter, we will be happy to extend the expiration date to the first day of fall quarter, September 22, 2020.

Please visit the Whatcom County Health Department website for the latest information on COVID-19. For more details about what WCC is doing to address the outbreak, please visit

We thank you for your patience during this time, and we look forward to having you back on campus in the future.