Western Colorado Community College

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Western Colorado Community College (WCCC) is a branch of Colorado Mesa University specializing in vocational studies. Unlike other institutions deemed "community college," the WCCC is not a separate entity from its parent institution. A student takes core curriculum courses at CMU but completes his or her program of study at the WCCC. Associate degrees from the WCCC are awarded by Colorado Mesa University.

Facts[edit]

  • The official name of the grounds where WCCC is located is now known as the Bishop Campus.
  • The WCCC is composed of two buildings (Building A and Building B) located entirely on the Bishop Campus.

History[edit]

  • Prior to 2006, WCCC was called the Tilman M. Bishop Unified Technical Education Campus or UTEC.

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Coordinates: 39°05′51″N 108°35′14″W / 39.09758°N 108.58717°W / 39.09758; -108.58717