Wayne County Community College District is a great school to further your education while obtaining meaningful experiences through teachers and students. A very easy going and student-first atmosphere!
I think it is a good community college for those who live in Wayne County in Michigan. There are many campus locations for those who live in different areas in the county. I can only speak for the Downriver location, but this location offers plenty of seating areas for when you are waiting for class, many vending machines with a variety of snacks and drinks, and an elevator that is free for anyone to use. The staff at WCCCD Downriver are very helpful and in my experience, have always done a great job helping me if I needed. One issue I notice with the offered classes is in my case, many of the classes I want to take seem to be not available at my local campus or at times that do not work well for me. They either seem to only be Saturday mornings or late at night, not one weekday morning/afternoon class. As someone who does not drive, I try to stack my classes the best I can to make it as little of an inconvinience for my ride, but this does not make it work well.
WCCCD is a community college and a stepping stone to get to a 4 year institution. They offer a few online courses that provides great resources from great and experienced professors. WCCCD is a very inexpensive institution for those individuals that may have trouble continuing their education.
There have been a few bad teachers and some mediocre ones, but many have been absolutely phenomenal. I had a bad experience with an advisor that stopped me from going to them for my first year, but the other ones I've gone to have been very helpful. The classes are usually good but my impression of the administration is that they are too disorganized. Many of the staff don't have a lot of knowledge about their own facilities and people. It can be hard to navigate when you need to get things done and don't have a lot of time to come back because someone left early or offices are inexplicably empty every time you try to visit them.
It is a community college so its nothing to big to do, it would be nice if there were more students in the classroom instead of at most 10.
My overall opinion of Wayne County Community College District is that it is a pretty good college. I think that the professors here are very helpful and willing to help if students reach out. I had professor who found out I had a disability and took me to the disabilities office to get started in their program at the college. The classes they have can be extremely challenging but through my own experience if you reach out in person or through email the professors there are always willing to help and point you in the right direction. The professors there are honest and want you to succeed but you have to be willing to put in the work. Overall, WCCCD is a good college it may be small but its heart is big.
Wayne County Community college is obviously a small community college that doesn't have as nearly as much student participation as other big universities in the country. They do not have a sports team or department. As a college freshmen, going to a college game is what we all been waiting for, but if its not there, then we all will be disappointed. They need to have more student involvement, overall.
Wayne county community college district, downtown, is school is the best choice i ever made, the school is a safe haven, integrated with culture and academics with excellence professors makes the schools a place to be, when in the school, i never miss home.
Wayne county is a okay school. If you are looking for teachers that are there to spark your interest in the materials and challenge the knowledge that you already have then this is not the school for you. The main focus of many of the professors is to get in and out of class. there were many classes that were cancelled. It was an fast and easy way to get my prerequisite classes for nursing done but now I have a lot of studying to do on my own because I feel as though I am poorly prepared to even apply for nursing school. which is a horrible feeling due to the fact that people depend on your knowledge to possibly save their life.
Go here only if you're as broke as I was. Sure you'll get the classes, credits, etc., but this is the prime example of "you get what you pay for." There are a few good instructors, don't get me wrong, but most won't hesitate to express their political interests and advice or even to integrate it into assignments. Long story short, it's a great community center, but very lackluster as a school.
The Institution offers students a chance to get a degree and go out in the workforce and make a difference. Although the college offers different courses it needs to be improved for example, most of the classrooms are the same color walls without windows. The food is not that good since there are not many options besides subway. There needs to be technology available for classroom usage, instead of having professors go to the library and get the equipment.
WCCCD is a great community college if you plan on transferring. They have many two year programs and many short certificate programs. I really like their partnership with four universities (U of M, Ferris State, Davenport, Michigan State, , and Walsh).
Needs improvement with the attitudes and professionalism. I like the fact that they have security around everywhere so you feel completely safe on campus. But the way that the staff talks to you is unprofessional and needs work. Some campuses are worse than others but the north west campus Has to be the worst.
What I like about the school is the fact they the advisers came into the classroom to ensure we were in the correct classes for our program and out intended degree was correctly charted in our records. I also like that the school holds a financial aid marathon. As long as you come in on that day during the correct times they will ensure any issues with your financial aid are corrected. This allows for students to not worry about if classes are paid for or not and if they can purchase books and supplies. This is a big hurdle for lots of students and sometimes keeps students from enrolling. So removing those obstacles has been very helpful for many students, including me.
Wayne County Community College is a great educational institute in the city of Detroit. I am grateful to have attended and built relationships with students and teachers. The foundation at WC3 gave students like myself roots to
I believe this district is a perfect stepping stone to take the transition from high school to college. The professors provide accurate and relevant information. The campuses provide a beautiful scene, as they border the woods to parks for you to explore.
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