Waubonsee helps shape the future
Waubonsee Community College has provided educational programs and services to more than 275,000 students since its founding in 1966, helping tem to shape their own unique paths to success.
Since the 2009 launch of our Project Graduation initiative, the number of students who earned a credential here has nearly doubled, from 1,271 completers in 2009 to 2,411 in 2012. Certificates give students real-world skills to move out into the workforce, while degrees can be used to obtain a job or transfer on to a four-year college or university.
Residents can also enroll in Adult Secondary Education (ASE), Adult Basic Education (ABE) or English as a Second Language (ESL) courses. The noncredit classes, trips and special events offered through Community Education enrich the quality of life of both children and adults; Workforce Development offers noncredit classes for professional development purposes.
These high-quality educational programs are offered at convenient times at locations close to home. The network of four campuses includes locations in Sugar Grove and Plano, along with two campuses in Aurora, one downtown at 18 S. River St. and a building on the Rush-Copley Medical Center Campus on the city’s far East Side. Online learning is another popular option.
Join our vibrant learning community. Visit www.waubonsee.edu or call (630) 466-7900.
—Provided by Waubonsee Community College