Spring Quarter In-Person Classes Canceled for Continuing Education

WWCC is closely monitoring developments related to the Novel (new) Coronavirus (COVID-19). Our first and most important priority is the safety of our students and employees. After careful consideration, the College has suspended all events until further notice and WWCC classes are being moved online for spring quarter.

Given this, Continuing Education has canceled all of our in-person spring quarter classes. We may come up with a couple of online class options, along with our current Ed2Go Online class offerings, for those students that are interested. Sign up for our email list to be notified of new class offerings!

How to Stay Updated:
WWCC has established a website with updates and resources on the coronavirus. This page will be continually updated as new information becomes available. Please monitor this website for updates and current information: WWCC Coronavirus Information

At WWCC, we’re proud that community is our middle name. We aim to provide a variety of resources, services, and events for our students, alumni, and community to enjoy. Whether you’re looking for quality education or a place to hold your special event, we take pride in welcoming you to our campus.

Continuing Education

Continuing Education

Continuing Education provides programs and classes that serve the community by offering a wide range of courses at reasonable cost; a place where anyone can learn and grow in a relaxed and fun environment – no tests, no grades, and no credits. Personal enrichment and professional development opportunities for all ages.




Continuing Education

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Community Engagement focuses on making WWCC accessible and of service to the public. Here, you can coordinate venue rentals and catering for your special event, learn about WWCC’s services and programs, schedule a visit to our campus, or invite us to partner with you on events like college and career fairs.


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