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In an effort to comply with CDC recommendations to limit the impact of COVID-19 in our communities, Washington County Community College (WCCC) is limiting access to campus. Access limited to faculty, staff, and students with on campus programs. Please call (207) 454-1000 to discuss access or to make an appointment for necessary assistance during this time.  Please check back regularly for updates at https://www.wccc.me.edu/covid-19.

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WCCC Caring Cupboard

Bernadette Farrar is passionate about food: growing it, cooking it, and especially sharing it. She is even more passionate about fighting hunger.

Farrar manages The Caring Cupboard, a food pantry on the Washington County Community College campus at Calais, in her role as WCCC’s Student Navigator.

“If I have anything to do with it, no student will go hungry here,” Farrar said this week. “For some college students, it comes down to feeding themselves or their family, or staying in school.’’

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Greg Smith Joins WCCC as Mathematics Instructor

The word “mathematics” can sometimes prompt instant anxiety for college students knowing they’ll need to gain an understanding of its concepts to complete their degree. At Washington County Community College (WCCC), new instructor Greg Smith is a proven crusader in making mathematics accessible and engaging.  For the full article, click on the picture.

 

 

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WCCC Caring Cupboard

CALAIS, ME – Bernadette Farrar is passionate about food: growing it, cooking it, and especially sharing it. She is even more passionate about fighting hunger.… Read More