Thank you for considering Mount Wachusett Community College as an option for your son or daughter’s education. We have many tools available to help your student to … Start Near … Go Far!
As the mission states, MWCC provides high quality learning opportunities and services that respond to diverse student and community needs, foster student success, and stimulate civic, workforce, and economic vitality. Click here to view the Visions, Mission, & Values
Whether your student is looking for an Associate’s Degree, a Certificate, or just wants to take a class or two, Mount Wachusett Community College offers many options to meet all students’ needs. From Accounting, to Dental, to Automotive Technology, there are a lot of options to choose from. See all of the programs available at MWCC on the MWCC Degrees and Certificates list.
An Affordable Education
With one of the lowest tuition rates in the country, and generous financial aid packages, MWCC is a very affordable option for your student to further his or her education. For information on MWCC’s low costs, please visit the MWCC Cost of Attendance Website and MWCC Financial Aid Website.
Student Support Services
The Division of Student Services and Enrollment Management at MWCC offers an extensive array of support services and programs to enhance each student’s academic, career, and personal development. These services include: academic advisement, financial aid, records, transfer guidance, job placement, career planning, personal counseling, student life, health and wellness center, and services for students with disabilities. Encourage your student to become thoroughly familiar with these resources and to use them as often as he or she wishes. Follow this link for more information about Student Support Services.
Accessing Your Student’s Records
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student educational records. No one, including parents or spouse, has the right to view or enter data that would affect a student record. Parents of a dependent student have the ability to review student records if appropriate IRS tax returns and documentation is provided to the Records Office. For more information, you may download the FERPA – New Brochure – February 2013.
Being a student at MWCC means choosing one of the lowest carbon footprint education options in the country! As an environmental leader, MWCC hosts a biomass energy facility, low energy consumption vehicles, and power generation via two wind turbines. For more information, visit the MWCC Sustainability Website.