College Sophomore 2013-11-23T19:24:08Z
I personally have not participated in that many school social events other than study groups. However, there are many social gatherings at Whatcom Community College outside of classes that are put on and organized by the students. The campus is very inviting for students to spend time together outside of classes.
Recent Alumnus 2013-09-14T02:12:50Z
There were so many different types of people, from so many backgrounds and walks of life. They were all there for different reasons and I was able to learn from their point of view I felt accepted and I learned to be accepting because you weren't likely to find a person exactly like you, but hey that's okay different is really good. People are friendly and I still keep in touch with former classmates because people are that nice. Some people are there to transfer, some to get their GED, some to get a certificate but in the end we were and are there to learn
College Senior 2013-09-04T21:58:47Z
Been at Whatcom 1 quarter-So far everyone is great
College Senior 2013-08-18T03:17:58Z
Students at WCC are there for a reason. Many of them are earning credits to transfer to universities. The rest of us have worked hard to complete prerequisites classes and meet other requirements to get accepted into very competitive programs. I have met many intelligent and driven students there, mostly young adults, who wish to get out of remedial jobs and start there careers. Money is always an issue. I have heard time and again how many students don't qualify for financial aid. It is tough because we are all working hard to survive and also be successful in school so that we can have a better future.
Recent Alumnus 2013-05-02T04:04:41Z
Whatcom Community College welcomes students from all backgrounds, races, religions, and sexual orientations. A 30-student class usually includes a couple international students, Americans of various ethnicities, a range of ages, from the 16 year-old Running Start student to the 50 year-old returning student, and people of different religions and sexual orientations. All are treated respectfully and with interest; those who wish to share their differences are listened to and learned from.
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