Our Leominster campus has just completed a complete renovation and it is beautiful!
A few highlights:
- New Science Lab
- Food for Thought Food Pantry
- Pearson Testing Site
- New Student Lounge/Study Areas
- Enhanced Classroom Audio/Visual Equipment
- 14 Upgraded Classrooms and Laboratories
Student Support Services
At MWCC, our mission is to help students succeed. We recognize that each student comes to our campus with their own set of unique strengths and challenges. The Student Support Services team is here to help students play to their strengths, and overcome their challenges as they make important life and curricular choices necessary to achieve their academic goals. Reach out to us at email@example.com with any questions.
Advising Career & Transfer Services
The Office of Advising, Career & Transfer (ACT) has evolved over the last two years as we navigated current events and modified our services to continue to prepare our students for academic excellence and professional success. The ACT office is accessible with a diverse array of services inclusive to all. Advising appointments are virtual or in-person, and can be scheduled by phone or email.
Academic Advising 978-630-9109
Transfer Services 978-630-9109
Career Services 978-630-9325
Additional Leominster Contacts
Section 30/TOP/Students on Unemployment
Michelle Contey – 978 630-9482
ESL/Dual Language: Jose Mangual, 978-630-9818
TRiO North Central Educational Opportunity Center
The TRIO North Central Educational Opportunity Center at MWCC is a federally funded grant program designed to assist adults with the college-going process. The EOC team of bilingual education specialists provide guidance with academic, career, financial aid and financial literacy counseling, including one-on-one assistance with admissions and financial aid applications. EOC membership is FREE! If you are interested in receiving services, please give us a call at 978-630-9823 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Valerie LaPorte 978-630-9820
Fernando Garcia-Rodriguez 978-630-9821
Cassie Peltola 978-630-9829
For eligible new students to MWCC, the Leominster campus will house a Student Success Coach to offer support, guidance, and resources to help students succeed in their first year at MWCC. Instead of figuring out what office to go to or who to speak with, the Success Coach will help students navigate the many resources available to them at MWCC and assist each student in succeeding and reaching their potential. For more information please contact:
Aly Pichardo Rosario, Sr., Community Outreach Counselor, Success Coach 978-630-9474
Adult Education and Workforce Access
The Adult Education division at Mount Wachusett Community College offers adults the opportunity to gain the necessary academic skills to enter a college degree or certification program at MWCC. Free classes offered include high school equivalency preparation and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL). Visit the Adult Education and Workforce Access & Education page to learn more about GED preparation courses, ESOL/ESL courses, and Workforce Training programs.