Information sessions are a great opportunity for you to visit our campuses and meet the staff and faculty of Mount Wachusett Community College! Begin exploring your academic and career options below. We look forward to meeting you!
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▶Explore MWCC Events
Join us in October to explore the opportunities provided by Mount Wachusett Community College! We are hosting these events on our Leominster and Devens campuses. Explore our academic programs, learn about transfer options and speak with student success advisors. Courses are currently offered for late October and January starts. When attending these events please bring a photo ID, any transcripts from other colleges you have attended and your high school diploma, GED or HiSET. If you need assistance applying for financial aid, also bring your social security number, 2014 federal tax returns, untaxed income documentation and your PIN or FSAID if you have already completed the FAFSA in the past.
▶ Healthcare Programs (Nursing, Dental, Physical Therapy, Information Management)
Come and meet the staff and faculty for the healthcare programs at Mount Wachusett Community College! Learn all about the admissions process and application requirements. These information sessions contain breakout meetings for our Nursing, Dental, Physical Therapist Assistant and Health Information Management programs. Click on a date below to sign up or call us at 978-630-9110 to reserve your seat.
▶ Medical Laboratory Technology
Our Medical Laboratory Technology information sessions begin in Room 214 on the Gardner Campus at 3:00 pm. The Program Director will review the program, its requirements, career opportunities and answer questions. We will then meet afterwards at either Health Alliance Hospital in Leominster or Heywood Hospital in Gardner for a laboratory tour (see schedule below), where you will get to meet working MLTs and see a clinical laboratory in action!
- Thursday, October 15, 2015 3PM, Gardner Campus Room 214*
- Monday, November 9, 2015 3PM, Gardner Campus Room 214**
- Wednesday, December 9, 2015 3PM, Gardner Campus Room 214*
- Thursday, January 28, 2016, 3PM, Gardner Campus Room 214**
- Monday, February 22, 2016 3PM, Gardner Campus Room 214*
- Wednesday, March 23, 2016, 3PM, Gardner Campus Room 214**
- Thursday, April 21, 2016 3PM, Gardner Campus Room 214*
- Monday, May 9, 2016, 3PM, Gardner Campus Room 214**
* Lab tour at Health Alliance Hospital in Leominster
** Lab tour at Heywood Hospital in Gardner
▶ Advanced Manufacturing
Come learn about the new and exciting opportunities available through the Advanced Manufacturing Mechatronics and Quality Consortium located on our Devens campus!
▶ Dual Enrollment
Learn about enrollment options for students currently in high school. Whether you wish to leave your high school and enroll in college early or stay in high school and take some college-level courses, this Information Session will give you the information you need to plan. For more information on Dual Enrollment please contact us at 978-630-9110 or email@example.com
▶ Pre-Healthcare Academy
MWCC's Pre-Healthcare Academy invites high school graduates from this year and last year to apply for this program, which provides opportunity for students to gain access to MWCC's competitive Health programs. Academy students who maintain certain academic credentials may enter MWCC's DHY, PTA, or Nursing program during the fall of their second year. To learn more please contact us at 978-630-9110 or firstname.lastname@example.org
▶ Radiologic Technologist
Learn about the selective admissions process, prerequisites and application deadlines to the Radiologic Technologist program at MWCC. To learn more please contact us at 978-630-9110 or email@example.com
▶ STEM Summer Starter Academy
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts is supporting students who are enrolling in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) disciplines at Mount Wachusett Community College. STEM majors for the Summer Academy include: Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Medical Laboratory Technology, Computer Information Systems, Fitness Leadership and Exercise Science, General Studies Allied Health, Natural Resources, Physics, and Pre-Engineering. Accepted students will receive a stipend of up to $1,750 and will be enrolled in two free college courses. Books will be provided for use during the Academy. Daily academic support, including tutoring and mandated study hours, will occur in order to assist students on their career paths. Finally, students will be expected to participate in all field trips, including the Summer Leadership Academy. To learn more please contact us at 978-630-9110 or firstname.lastname@example.org