WWU Woodring Information Session

woodJoin us for another valuable Transfer Week event on March 4th from 11:00 am-12:00 pm! Woodring College of Education will be at WCC to answer your questions about the many programs they have to offer. Check out this informative event in Syre 105, and leave with a better idea of what Woodring can offer you as a transfer student!

If you have any questions regarding any of the Transfer Week events, contact Jessica Larson at (360) 383-3064.

During Transfer Week: AgileGrad Workshops!



During Transfer Week, Entry & Advising is offering two AgileGrad workshops to Whatcom students! AgileGrad is your online student planning tool to help you stay on the path to graduation. Come find out exactly what classes you need to prepare for your major or program, and when they’re offered!  Build your own degree plan with just a couple of clicks!

These events are part of Whatcom’s Transfer week and will be held in LDC 211 March 4th and March 5th from 3-4:30pm!  

Developing Futures in English & Communications: March 3rd!

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Are you interested in a career in English or Communications?  Wondering what classes would most benefit you to take while you are at Whatcom?  Do you have questions about your future, and future career? Join us for a Developing Futures in English and Communications information session on Tuesday March 3rd from 3-4:30 pm in Syre 105! Bring your questions, and a friend!

If you have any questions about the Developing Futures sessions, contact Entry & Advising at 360.383.3080

Developing Futures in Biology & Chemistry March 3rd!

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Are you interested in a future career in Biology or Chemistry?  Wondering what classes you can take here at Whatcom that would benefit you most? Come learn more about what direction would be best for you! Developing Futures in Biology & Chemistry session is coming up during Transfer Week on Tuesday March 3rd from 1-2:30pm in Syre 105! We hope you join us!

If you have any questions about the Developing Futures sessions contact Jessica Larson at 360.383.3080!

Developing Futures in Business March 3rd!


Are you interested in a business degree and wondering what that could look like for you? Come find out more about the many programs and classes that Whatcom Community College has to offer. What classes should you take? What does a career in business look like? Which direction is right for you? Get the information you have been looking for at our next Developing Futures in Business Session on Tuesday March 3rd from 11-12:30pm in Syre 105.

This Developing Futures session will be one of several held during Whatcom’s Transfer Week!

Having a plan can help save you a lot of time and money, so come check it out and get informed!  If you have any questions about the Developing Futures sessions contact Entry and Advising at 360.383.3080.



Winter Transfer Fair March 4th!

winter transfer fairLooking to transfer to a 4-year university? Come join us at the Winter Transfer Fair on Wednesday, March 4, 2015 from 10:00am-1:00pm in Syre Foyer!  This event is just one of several transfer events happening during Whatcom’s Transfer Week! Representatives from the following schools will be attending:

Learn more about credit transfer, degree programs, and how and when to apply! Contact Entry and Advising at 360.383.3080 to schedule an appointment with an advisor, if you have any questions regarding your credits or academic plan!

Last Chance to Update Grading!


Tuesday March 3rd 2015 is the last day to add or remove S/U grading classes! Also update audit grading or change variable credits! Visit the Registration Office in Laidlaw 102 or contact Entry and Advising at 360.383.3080 if you have any questions regarding your academic plan!

Remember, changing grading can impact your financial aid and academic standing so speak with an advisor if you have any doubts!

Whatcom Winter Transfer Week Coming Soon!

transferweeknewposterfinalMark your calendars for Whatcom’s first ever Transfer Week! The week of March 2 – 6 will be devoted to transfer workshops, events, and information sessions designed to give you the info you need for a successful transfer to a 4-year school.

Wondering what you might major in? Exploring different careers? Come to a Developing Futures info session to learn about majors, what classes to take at WCC, and career opportunities you may not have thought of. Trying to decide what university to attend? Swing by the Winter Transfer Fair to chat with representatives from 4-year schools and learn about degree programs, admission process and credit transfer. Curious about WCC’s new online student degree planning tool? Attend an AgileGrad information session where you’ll have the chance to create your own degree plan with just a couple clicks of the mouse. Throughout the week come wander through the Syre foyer to get info on ways to enrich your studies and explore careers outside of the classroom with WCC’s Service-Learning, Career & Transfer Center, cooperative education / internship program and the Whatcom Volunteer Center.

Your bachelor’s degree starts here, come get the info you need!

March 3:

  • Business Developing Futures Workshop, 11 a.m. – noon, Syre 105
  • Biology/Chemistry Developing Futures Workshop, 1 – 2:30 p.m., Syre 105
  • English/Communications Developing Futures Workshop, 3 – 4:30 p.m., Syre 105

March 4:

  • Winter Transfer Fair, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., Syre Foyer
  • WWU Woodring College of Education Info Session 11am-12pm Syre 105
  • AgileGrad Workshop, 3 – 4:30 p.m., LDC 211

March 5:

  • Engineering Developing Futures Workshop, 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., Syre 105
  • Social Sciences/Education Developing Futures Workshop, 1 – 2:30 p.m., Syre 105
  • AgileGrad Workshop, 3 – 4:30 p.m., LDC 211

Have questions about Transfer Week? Contact Jessica Larson at 360.383.3064

Apply Now for Alene Moris New Leadership Institute!


The 2015 Alene Moris NEW Leadership Institute offers training for women to become better leaders and to increase representation of women in the non-profit, private, and public sectors. The leadership institute is an intensive six-day program from June 22nd to June 27th open to undergraduate and graduate women who are currently attending two-year or four-year colleges in Washington state, or to those enrolled in out-of-state institutions with Washington state residency.

From the UW Women’s Center website: The purpose of this program is to increase women’s representation in leadership positions in the non-profit, private, and political sectors. Program curriculum covers a variety of important topics, including training on public speaking, policy analysis, negotiation, diversity management, running for political office, and fundraising. Participants in this Institute are connected with prominent women leaders in Washington and are invited to join an exciting network of current and future leaders.

If you are interested in attending the Alene Moris New Leadership Institute, Apply Here.

Nominate a student for the institute here!

If you have any questions about applying, or recommending a student for the Alene Moris NEW Leadership Institute, send inquiries to newlead@uw.edu