Wayne County Community College District (WCCCD) is offering assistance to students displaced by the closure of ITT Technical Institute. Students impacted by the ITT Technical Institute closure can review WCCCD’s full list of information technology, computer science, business, and health care programs, and apply today at http://www.wcccd.edu.
WCCCD offers more than 100 academic and certificate programs with a variety of new and exciting programs, including Cybersecurity, Application Developer, Product Development and Prototyping (3D Printing), Gaming Design, Website Design, Advanced Manufacturing Technology, Health Care and more.
“We have committed staff to helping students displaced by the ITT Technical Institute closure to continue their education without disrupting their pathway to rewarding and fast-growing careers,” said WCCCD Chancellor Dr. Curtis L. Ivery.
“Our mission has always been to provide pathways to better lives through higher education, and we are mobilizing to help those students carry on their studies – starting today.”
WCCCD, the largest urban community college in Michigan, is a multi-campus district with six campus locations, including the Mary Ellen Stempfle University Center and the Michigan Institute for Public Safety Education (MIPSE), serving more than 70,000 credit and non-credit students annually across 32 cities and townships, and more than 500 square miles. WCCCD is committed to the continued development of new programs, workforce transformation, hosting community-based training sessions, and improving student facilities and services.
Displaced ITT Tech students are welcome to contact (800) 300-2118 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Students may still register for the current Fall 2016 semester at WCCCD. Flex Entry classes begin October 18. For more information on registering at WCCCD, visit www.wcccd.edu