News and Events

Tyler Stoldt Joins WCCC as Dean of Enrollment Management and Student Services

March 16, 2021
Washington County Community College (WCCC) is pleased to welcome the newest member of the administrative team, Tyler Stoldt.  Stoldt is a passionate advocate for student success and has relocated with his family from Kansas after serving community and technical college students there for several years. Through his personal and professional… Read More


March 5, 2021
Beginning on March 10, 2021 and continuing weekly, Calais Regional Hospital will be offering a COVID-19 vaccination clinic on the campus of Washington County Community College.  The vaccination clinic will be located in the St. Croix Hall gymnasium.  WCCC is excited for the opportunity to support the community through COVID-19 vaccination efforts.  For information… Read More

WCCC Graduate credits training with ability to handle pandemic

January 22, 2021
Calais, Maine - Abby Gibbs, a May 2020 Medical Assisting graduate of Washington County Community College, started her career during a historic time. She has been administering COVID 19 Vaccines at St. Joseph Hospital in Bangor. Gibbs, 22, said this week that while attending WCCC and living in Baileyville, she… Read More

Greg Smith Joins WCCC as Mathematics Instructor

October 20, 2020
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. Smith comes to WCCC with… Read More

WCCC Caring Cupboard

October 20, 2020
CALAIS, ME - 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… Read More