WCCCD       Home
One Vision, One District, One College Apply
Campuses Downriver Campus Downtown Campus Eastern Campus Northwest Campus Ted Scott Campus Mary Ellen Stempfle University Center
   
Student Services School of Continuing Education Administration and Finance Bookstore District Police Authority Distance Learning Educational Affairs Facilities Financial Aid Government Relations Human Resources Information Technology Institutional Effectiveness Programs and Courses About WCCCD Faculty and Staff Students Learning Resource Center
 

Scholarship Deadline Extended

Guest Students Fall 2021 Registration

Free Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic Locations

June 24 - Summer Movie Fest

June 26 - Art Abloom

July 6 - Covid-19 Vaccine Clinic at Eastern Campus

July 14 - Family Drive-in Movie Night

July 22 - Summer Movie Fest

August 4 - All About the Arts: The Beatles forever

August 11 - All About the Arts: Picks & Bow

August 11 - Family Drive-in Movie Night

Get Paid for Living Near WCCCD

WCCCD Students Return to School Guidelines

Fall 2021 Priority Registration Dates

Coronavirus Reporting Hotline

PHI THETA KAPPA Fall & Spring Online Meetings

Learning Resources Center Workshops March

Press Release: Michigan Reconnect Program

MSU Programs offered at WCCCD Downriver Campus

Student Virtual Support Center Toolkit

Learning Resources Center Workshops April

New CIS Programming Language Courses

MICUP-Paid STEM Internship Information

Free COVID-19 Tests

Learning Resource Center Online Resources & Services

Commercial Driver's License (CDL-A) Training

Detroit Opportunity Youth Collaborative Program

EMU Beat Transfer Program

Financial Aid Requirements

Food Bank Donations

Join a Student Organization

Join MConnect (U of M Transfer Program)

Join Student Executive Council

Learning Resource Centers (LRC) and Local Library Partnerships

Student Assistance Program

ITTP

The Information Technology (IT) Department continues to look to the future and how WCCCD’s investments in technology will shape the future of the District. As capital improvement projects continue, the IT Department looks to the new forms of technology that will benefit student learning and District governance. The IT Department still faces several challenges despite the broad support that the Department has gained over the years. The man hours and staff required to support such growth also grows exponentially.

WCCCD’s IT Transformation Plan is a ten-point portfolio for ensuring that the District has the infrastructure to deliver the high quality of  educational services that it strives to provide now  and in the  decades to come. This transformation plan is not only imperative because it yields immediate advantages, but also because it delivers sustainable results. It is an important, necessary and even unavoidable investment for the future of the District – one which will ensure that we are using the power of technology to accomplish our mission.

 
 
Copyright ©2008-2021 Wayne County Community College District | 801 W. Fort Street, Detroit, MI 48226 |  CONTACT US