Spring classes begin on January 20, 2015. Register early to get the classes you want.
The Transfer Fair will be held on Monday, October 29 from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm in the Physical Education Building. More than 100 college and university representatives from across the country will be on campus to speak with students about transfer opportunities. Click here for the list of college’s attending the Transfer Fair.
Our annual Fall Open House will be held on Tuesday, November 18 from 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Visit academic and student services tables, participate in a campus tour and information session. Speak with faculty, staff and students about academic programs, student services and career and transfer opportunities. Click here for more information.
We’re offering a rideshare service for students! Take a look at our WCCRideshare.com site and start using it to post ride offers and requests. This free matching service is in response to a student survey in favor of a carpool program.Take a look at the site, start registering your information, and as more students enter rides, you can start saving money and help the environment by sharing rides. Hundreds of students registered for the college’s first carpool program and we’re confident many of you will take advantage of this new resource, too. Find a friend who wants to share a ride, figure out the costs, and then save money and free up spaces in our busy parking lots. https://www.wccrideshare.com/
The book selection for 2014-2015 is Running For My Life by Lopez Lomong. The college community will be reading this book about the author’s rise from his youth as a barefoot “Lost Boy” of the Sudan to his successes as a U.S. Olympian.
In tandem with our reading of Running for My Life, we are holding a one-mile run/walk/roll on Thursday, November 6. Benefits go to the Foundation Scholarship Fund for Student Veterans. The event will start here at the college at the gym at 4:00 p.m. For details, visitwww.mysunywcc.org/fye
Students, faculty and their classes, and staff members are all invited to a special presentation by the author himself on November 13.
Paul Krugman, 2008 Nobel Prize winner for Economics, New York Times columnist, and professor at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, will speak to members of the college community on Friday, October 17 at 1:00 p.m. Krugman will discuss “Poverty: Misconceptions and Realities.”
Academic Arts Building Theatre
Parking available in lot # 4
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1:00 P.M.
Smoked lately? Interested in getting paid for a study whether you quit smoking or not? The University of Rochester is offering our students up to $45 to participate in a new study. Click here for more information. https://redcap.urmc.rochester.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=uzInNVMiT9
You may still add Late Start extension center classes to your fall schedule. https://mywcc.sunywcc.edu/
Our pilot program to reduce paper waste was so successful that we are making it permanent. Students will be given a $25.00 printing credit; if necessary, they may request a credit for an additional $25.00 of printing. Click here for details.