Communications & Publications

MWCC publishes major catalogs and schedules in print or on the website in PDF format and some in HTML. Publications are put on the website as they become available. To request printed versions of current publications, contact the Admissions Office 978-630-9110 or email: admissions@mwcc.edu. The college publishes this information as a convenience and source of information and reserves the right to add, revise, or withdraw courses and programs at its discretion.PDFs require viewer software such as Adobe Acrobat Reader (a free download).

HIREed Magazine

CareerFocus Magazine

CareerFocus Magazine offers you the information you need to make decisions about your college and career path, while informing you about how MWCC can be a resource along the way. The magazine offers articles on growing fields, industry trends, career resources, finances, transfer information, student services and more. The magazine was published three times per year through Spring 2013.

Noncredit Brochure

Noncredit courses provide educational, social, cultural, and vocational programs to adults and children. MWCC strives to provide high-quality classes at reasonable costs. View upcoming noncredit courses.

Summer 2014

MWCC Search Piece

A general overview of Mount Wachusett Community College.

MWCC Search Piece PDF

College Catalog & Student Handbook

The college catalog includes comprehensive information about MWCC and its programs and policies. It is published in April preceding the academic year.

Previous catalogs available:

Degree & Certificate Program Information

Visit the academic section of the website for additional academic program information, including printable information sheets, and available department pages.

Cluster Brochures

View Book

Traditional Age Student View Book

Adult Student View Book

Annual Reports

Mount Wachusett Community College Annual Security Report

MWCC Institutional Profile

Four Year Strategic Plan

MWCC Social Media Guidelines

Social media provides MWCC’s employees, students, alumni and others an opportunity to interact online to exchange thoughts, ideas and experiences through discussions, postings, photos and videos. These guidelines address the use of Facebook, blogs, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, LinkdIn and other social networking sites and tools used by MWCC, its employees, and student and alumni groups affiliated with the college while performing their duties.

MWCC’s Cable Channel 9

Check out MWCC’s own cable channel, which broadcasts on Channel 9 in the Gardner area. Special events are broadcasted live, including commencement, nurse pinnings, and the Gardner Rotary Auction. At other times, you can view the Annenberg Channel, a free satellite channel for schools, colleges, libraries, public broadcasting stations, public access channels, and other community agencies. It is presented 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, and airs an extraordinary range of teacher professional development and instructional programs funded by Annenberg Media. Go to: www.mwcc.edu/livetv