Washtenaw Community College is freezing in the district for the fourth year in a row

ANN ARBOR, me. – Students paying district tuition at Washtenaw Community College can breathe a sigh of relief.

Ann Arbor Area Community College announced that tuition fees in the district have been frozen for the fourth year in a row.

Students paying for in-district tuition fees on campus continue to pay just $ 95 per credit hour, while online in-district students pay $ 108. Students are deemed to be in the district if they live, work, or own property in Washtenaw County, the WCC said.

“Providing high quality education at an affordable price is the hallmark of the WCC, and even more important during the COVID-19 pandemic,” said WCC president Dr. Rose Bellanca in a press release.

The decision to proceed with the tuition freeze was made by the Community College Board of Trustees at a Tuesday meeting in late April.

“Our unwavering commitment to exceptional education and affordable tuition contributes to student success,” Bellanca said in a press release.


“For some students, this means transferring their associate degree to a university for a bachelor’s degree. For others, this means joining the workforce directly at a well-paid job. “

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