Spring Semester Begins at Colusa County Campus

Doors are open and students have begun their Spring 2016 semester.

On Tuesday, January 19, students either started or returned to the Colusa County Campus of Woodland Community College, located at 99 Ella Street in Williams, to continue their education with hopes of reaching life and career goals.

Students this semester were welcomed by the Associated Students who helped put together welcoming activities filled with information about services found on the campus complete with prizes.

Classes are still available for registration.

“If you’re interested, you can visit us on campus where staff is available to assist you with the process of adding a class.” said Bruno Sabatier in a press release to the Williams Pioneer Review, “ After you attend your class that you wish to add, obtain an instructor signature on your add slip and return it to the office to complete the process.”

Classes this semester will continue well into May until graduation. The last day of the semester is May 26.

“We wish all the students the best of luck in achieving success as the semester moves forward.” said Sabatier

For more information about admittance and registration, please visit wcc.yccd.edu or find Colusa County Campus of Woodland Community College on Facebook.

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