Make an Impact with Making Strides!

Date: Saturday, 10/18/14

Time: 8:00a.m.-12:00p.m.

Location: Community Park

Price: FREE!

In October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, WCC will be hosting the American Cancer Society with their annual “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer” charity walk. Interested in participating? Feel free to join WCC’s Wolf Pack Team. Together we can help “stomp” out breast cancer!

To join please visit:


Volunteer! Searching for opportunities? Check these out!

There are some exciting new volunteer opportunities coming to WCC!

The CORE Garden Project!

The CORE Garden Project is now accepting volunteers for Fall! Here are some of the dates and times available for volunteer opportunities:


Aug. 22nd 4:45pm-6pm

Aug. 30th 4:45-6pm

Sept. 10th 4:45-6pm

Sept. 14th  10-noon

Oct. 4th 10-noon

If interested in volunteering for the CORE Garden Project, please contact Kim Groce, CORE Garden Coordinator at:



Date: Sunday, September 28th, 2014

Time: 11am check-in, walk begins at 1pm.

Walk with us during the Walk to End Alzheimer’s supported by WCC! To join our group or donate, please visit:



Sign up for the TECHONOMY DETROIT CONFERECE today: WCC Students Receive $70 Off Standard Registration – Sign Up Before July 31, 2014

Event Name: Techonomy Detroit

Dates: September 15 & 16, 2014

On September 16th, Techonomy returns to Detroit for our third annual Techonomy Detroit conference. We will continue the series of conversations we began at our first Techonomy Detroit in 2012 on how technology can boost U.S. economic growth, job creation and urban revival.

Techonomy Detroit brings together leaders and thinkers from business, technology, government and academia to better understand how to move the U.S., and the world, into an urbanized, technologized, inclusive future.

Detroit’s travails symbolize issues faced by many American cities and to some extent the entire country. But this is also a city energetically seeking to revive itself. The birthplace of assembly-line manufacturing and technologized transportation, Detroit was once the innovation engine of the U.S. economy. There is no better place for a conversation on how our national priorities must change in a technologized economy. And as we learned the past two years, the Detroit community is committed to creative problem solving in ways few outsiders can appreciate. Extraordinary energies and opportunities are being unleashed.

To view a list of the sessions being working on, click here.

To download the conference overview, click here.

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Cost: $125

Sign Up Here:

Have a Terrifyingly Terrific Time at Cedar Point!

Date: 10/4/14

Time: 9:30 a.m.-12:30 a.m.

Location: Cedar Point, Sandusky Ohio

Price: $35. Includes admission, motor-coach transportation, and a wristband good for free water and soft drinks all day.

WCC is taking a trip down to Cedar Point During “Halloweekends”. Have a scare going through haunted houses, running through terror zones, and riding roller coasters!

Tickets will go on sale mid-September.

Spring/Summer 2014 Upcoming Club Events!

Interested in joining a club on campus? Join these clubs at one of their upcoming meetings for the Spring/Summer 2014 semester!

Thinking about starting a new club? Click for more details or come visit us in SC112!

Arts Club

An event-based club, meeting to explore the art and culture in our region

Club Leader: Seth Illingworth-Rodriguez,

Club Advisor: Elisabeth Thoburn,

Meeting: 7/11/14 2:00pm in LA152


InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

We live to share the love and truth of Jesus Christ here on campus.

Club Leader: Caleb May,

Club Advisor: Mary Anderson,

Meeting: Monday’s beginning June 2, 2014 1:00pm-3:00pm TI 118


STEMS/ Students Thinking Environmentally Motivating Sustainability

The future of the planet STEMS from us

Club Leader: Jacob Morris,

Club Advisor: Suzanne Albach,

Meeting: Thursday’s beginning May 29, 2014 3:30pm-5:30pm GM 313 for more information


For a complete list of current clubs on campus this Spring/Summer 2014 semester, visit !