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BEGINNING WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25 WCC's PHYSICAL CAMPUS CLOSED, ONLINE SERVICES CONTINUE

 


Whatcom Community College’s physical campus is closed beginning 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 25, 2020 for a minimum of two weeks to ensure alignment with Washington State Governor Jay Inslee’s statewide “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order. Online instruction and working remotely will continue. Students and employees should not come to campus during this time. Spring quarter instruction will still begin online on Wednesday, April 15.


It is important to emphasize that Whatcom Community College remains operational and dedicated to ensuring the academic mission continues through this challenging time. We have moved services and instruction online to the greatest extent possible to keep our community healthy. Remote services will differ for various service areas, departments, and resources. Visit this remote services directory to learn how you can easily access the WCC services you need without visiting campus. 


Please continue to check your email and www.whatcom.edu/COVID19 for regular updates. 

Join a College Success Course!

New students are encouraged to enroll in Educational Planning (EDPL) 100: College Success during their first quarter.  EDPL 100 is a 2-credit course designed to help you get to know the College, meet other students, and learn key strategies for success in school. The class fosters connections with other students and focuses on topics such as time management, financial literacy, degree planning, and more. 

The course is offered at a variety of days and times, including nights and Saturdays, to meet your scheduling needs.  Log into the MyWCC student portal, check WCC’s class schedule search tool online, or meet with an academic advisor for details, including specific dates and times for your class section.

What students say about EDPL 100:

  • “I made friends, got to have a constructive class with a cool teacher, and developed better learning skills.”
  • “I learned some very useful skills and gained info that I would have not otherwise had.”
  • “I learned how to balance my time more efficiently and constructively.”