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WCCC COVID-19 Information and Updates

The campus is open and in-person services are available.  Face coverings are required indoors for all visitors. The college is expanding in-person, live instruction for the Fall 2021 semester while increasing flexible course options.  Please visit our COVID-19 updates and reporting page for updated information.

Help us keep campus safe!  Get vaccinated against COVID-19 and you may win a scholarship that covers all of your tuition and fees for the 2021-2022 academic year!

*New and returning students enrolled in a program of study who submit their COVID-19 vaccination cards to the college will be entered into a drawing for this scholarship.  The scholarship will cover up to 18 credit hours of tuition and fees for the Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 semesters.  Scholarship does not include books, room and board, or other expenses outside of tuition and fees.  To upload your COVID-19 Vaccine Card using the online form below, you must login using your WCCC student email.

STUDENTS: CLICK HERE TO UPLOAD YOUR COMPLETED COVID-19 VACCINE CARD

Washington County Community College and the Maine Aquaculture Innovation Center have received a $500,000 USDA grant to develop aquaculture-specific training.

The Maine Aquaculture Innovation Center and Washington County Community College received a $500,000 grant to be paid out over three years from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture to develop an aquaculture-specific training program at the college.  Check out this article by the Portland Press Herald by clicking on the link below to learn more.

Program will train aquaculture workforce in Maine as industry grows – Portland Press Herald

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