Why MWCC?

Professor Sunny Ngyuen with his Chemistry Students

Quality Academics

MWCC offers two-year, fast-track, and hybrid programs

Caring Professors

MWCC faculty members are dedicated to teaching, not research, so their focus is on you and your learning

  • Low student-to-faculty ratio
  • Faculty office hours
  • Professors who are influential in their respective industries
  • Small classrooms, no lecture halls!

Flexibility

Many students choose MWCC because they can easily choose classes to fit their lifestyle

  • Day, night, and online courses
  • Independent study and self-directed modular learning options
  • Earn credit for life experience or by testing out of a certain subject
  • Accelerated semester options

Superior Student Services

All across campus you will find services that will help you succeed at MWCC

  • Child care assistance
  • Career planning and placement
  • Personal counseling
  • Health services
  • Disability assistance
  • Veteran support
  • Free tutoring

Campuses & Facilities

Our main campus is located in Gardner, MA on 269 beautiful acres

  • Focused on sustainability with two wind turbines, a roof lined with solar panels and a biomass heating system
  • New Student Center and Science Center were added in 2016-2017
  • Community Fitness Center and Theatre
  • Outdoor track, tennis and basketball courts
  • Satellite campuses in Leominster, Devens, Fitchburg, and online

Fitness & Wellness Center

Our Fitness and Wellness Center is open to public membership and features

  • A separate 6,500 square foot facility
  • Olympic-size swimming pool
  • Group fitness classes for all levels and interests
  • Basketball and racquetball courts
  • Yoga studio

Theatre at the Mount

Theatre at the Mount has been Central Massachusetts’ premier regional theatre

  • 515-Seats (including accessible seating)
  • No obstructed views
  • Open to the public
  • Full-scale musicals and plays

Getting an Affordable Degree at MWCC

Marymar graduated with her Associates Degree from the Mount, but she isn’t stopping there. She saved thousands of dollars by getting an associate’s degree first and will have less debt when she transfers to a 4-year college.