The Foundation of Wayne Community College
The Foundation of Wayne Community College is a nonprofit organization established to support the students, faculty, staff and programs of Wayne Community College. The purpose of the Foundation is to broaden the base of community support in order to promote the educational development of Wayne Community College. To learn more about the Foundation and its history please visit the About the Foundation page.
The Spring 2019 Arts and Humanities brochure can be viewed by clicking here.
Two events of interest that are not outlined in the brochure:
Renovations and Repairs
We are in the process of revamping the beloved Hope Monument on campus! Wayne Community College established the Hope Monument in 2007 as a campus landmark of honor, distinction, and remembrance to celebrate the work and achievements of past and present faculty, staff, and alumni. Bricks may be purchased to honor such individuals. The monument itself will not be changed but the bricks which surround it have been taken up and they will be replaced by new bricks. Click here for more information.
WCC employees leave their mark! Their hand prints will forever be a hidden part of the monument.
The first brick has been laid and work continues on the monument.
Wayne Community College held its annual Holiday Luncheon on December 13. Four employees were recognized as Employees of the Year. They each received a plaque and a monetary award. The awards are based off of peer nominations in four different categories which include, Professional Staff, Professional Support Staff, Operations and Maintenance Staff, and Adjunct Faculty. The Foundation is happy to provide these awards each year.
Please visit the Foundation’s Youtube Channel for all of our videos.