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Welcome to WCC Student Activities!

Whether you're looking to get involved outside of the classroom, looking to add to your co-curricular transcript, or looking to attend events with other students, we have awesome offerings for you! Check out exciting events on the Calendar. Keep checking back for updates and awesome new events!

Extra-Curricular Activities

Learning outside of the classroom is critical to the development of scholars, and can be fun, too! Student Activities offers many ways to be involved at WCC. These activities have included:

  • Trips to Cedar Point, Kalahari Resort and a weekend getaway to Traverse City
  • Museum trips to the Charles Wright Museum, the DIA and the Field Museum in Chicago
  • Welcome Day
  • Talent Shows
  • Empty Bowls Project
  • Sports game tickets: Red Wings, Lions, Tigers and Piston games
  • Tickets to shows such as Elf, Wicked and the Lion King
  • Faculty are encouraged to host extra-curricular activities that tie into their classroom curriculum 

College-Wide Events

Student Activities collaborates with offices across campus to bring you college-wide events such as:

  • The Veterans Day Celebration
  • The Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration
  • The Bravo Awards


Community Fundraising Initiatives

WCC is the proud venue to many large community fundraising efforts, including:

  • Tour de Cure for Diabetes Research 
  • Relay for Life 
  • The Walk to Cure Alzheimer's Disease
  • Making Strides Walk for Breast Cancer Research

More information about these walks, and how you can join our team to raise money and awareness, can be found under Events and on the Calendar. 

Office Hours:
Monday – Thursday, 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Location: Student Activities Office, SC 108 (first floor of Student Center)
Phone: (734) 973-3500

Portal Information


The Student Activities Office strives to provide student, faculty, staff and community support by offering enrichment activities.
- Provide opportunities for development through co-curricular and extracurricular activities.
- Connect students to on-campus and local non-profit volunteer opportunities.
- Support nonprofits by hosting major public fundraising activities.


Office of Student Activities

Advisor Name

Rachel Barsch

Advisor Title

Coordinator of Student Activities

Advisor Email

Please upload your organization's constitution.

What types of events do you hold?

(For example: social, service, brotherhood/sisterhood, leadership, physical/fitness, etc.)

- Extra/Co-Curricular Events: (Off-Campus Trips, Ticket Sales, Diversity, etc..)
- Volunteering: (Service Learning, Community Outreach, Resume Building)
- Fundraising: (Major On-Campus Fundraising Events)