Over the past half-century, Mount Wachusett Community College has built a tradition of providing innovative undergraduate education, workforce development, personal enrichment, and community service to North Central Massachusetts, and beyond. Rooted in the community since 1963, the college now serves over 11,000 credit and noncredit students each year. An award-winning, national leader in the area of renewable energy and sustainability, MWCC is also nationally recognized for its veterans’ services, civic engagement, and K-12 partnerships. The college is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) and other industry-specific accrediting organizations.
- an accredited, public two-year institution
- serving 29 cities and towns in North Central Massachusetts
- 269-acre main campus is located in Gardner, Massachusetts
- satellite sites are located in Devens, Fitchburg, and Leominster (and online)
The College Offers:
- over 70 associate degree and certificate programs
- adult basic education/HiSET (formerly GED) programs
- education and training for business and industry
- noncredit community service programs
Courses are offered during the day, evening, on weekends, and online.