AT MOUNT WACHUSETT COMMUNITY COLLEGE, YOUR SUCCESS IS OUR SUCCESS. Whatever help you need – academics, career choices, financial or personal concerns – faculty and staff are there to support you. In addition to the Students SOS office (page 6), which provides peer support in a variety of areas, personalized support services at MWCC include:
Visions & Rx Programs
The Visions Program and Rx Program provide support for students who have limited income, disabilities or are first in their families to attend college. The Rx Program is specifically for students enrolled in health sciences programs. In these TRIO programs, students receive career and personal counseling, tutoring, academic advising and transfer counseling, and participate in cultural and recreational activities. For more, visit mwcc.edu/support/trio/visions.
Academic Support Center
Students at all levels of academic achievement use the Academic Support Center for free individual, group or online tutoring. For more, visit mwcc.edu/lib/asc.
MWCC students are paired with an academic advisor who helps them throughout their degree or certificate program, including course selection and building an education plan. For more, visit mwcc.edu/advising.
Mount Wachusett students can tap into career counseling services whether they are choosing a major, exploring career options or conducting a job search. Students receive advising on every aspect of the job search. For more, visit mwcc.edu/career.
MWCC’s Center of Excellence for Veteran Student Success addresses the unique academic, financial, physical and social needs of veterans transitioning to college. The center provides a comfortable, community-based environment and centralized location for veterans and their dependents seeking a college degree. For more, visit mwcc.edu/veteran.
Students with Disabilities
MWCC is fully accessible, offering services and accommodations for those with physical and learning disabilities. The adaptive computer lab, equipped with assistive technology, helps students with disabilities achieve academic success. For more, visit mwcc.edu/ support/disability