Waubonsee Community College

Events

Wednesday, March 4

CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE - Art Exhibit by Betsy Odom entitled “Transitional Objects”

The art exhibition Betsy Odom: Transitional Objects explores the ephemera surrounding displays of identity. Odom works with specific materials like tooled...

"Door of Freedom" by Susan McCarron, 2018, Oil painting, 30 x 24 x 2 in.

This art exhibition features artwork by some of our districts art faculty media represented include painting, drawing, photography, ceramic, print media,...

CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE - Art Exhibit from the Permanent Collection entitled “Student Aesthetics”

The exhibition Student Aesthetics is a group-show featuring pieces that are a part of Waubonsee Community College’s Permanent Student Art Collection. All of...

Growing with Canvas Online Training

This spring, over 50 Waubonsee courses are being piloted in Canvas! Beginning summer 2020, Canvas will become the college’s exclusive learning management...

Horizons Now Taking Submissions!

Horizons, Waubonsee's literary magazine is now taking submissions! We are looking for Waubonsee student work in the following genres: Poetry, Fiction,...

Student Senate Applications Available

Do you have ideas, thoughts, concerns or want to represent your fellow students? Then JOIN Student Senate! Pick up an application in the Student Life...

Waubonsee Bookstore March Daily Textbook Buybacks

The Waubonsee Bookstores will accept textbook buybacks from Monday, March 2 through Friday, March 13. Buyback hours are M-Th 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. and Fridays 9...

College Rep Visit: Aurora University

Meet with a representative from Aurora University to have your transfer questions answered!

Meet the Student Senators

Meet the Student Senators will be an opportunity for You the student, to get to know Student Senators and ask questions related to their roles and...

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The potential of online courses continues to grow as college leaders identify new ways to expand access to higher education for students. As universities...

Wednesday, March 4