Irene Gulnick, a member of the Class of 2022, will be heading to Springfield College in the fall where she will major in Art Therapy. Her portfolio and academic excellence earned her a $23,000 annual merit scholarship. “I decided to attend the Mount in 2019 after a gap year of working full time. I have […]
It was a great night last night at Polar Park! The Worcester Red Sox took on Buffalo Bisons, and MWCC President Jim Vander Hooven took the mound for the first pitch!
Many of our students can relate to the story of Lauren Howe’s path to Mount Wachusett Community College. College is expensive, and for many families, the decision to start at a public or private four-year school just isn’t feasible. This was the case for Howe. Her dream was to attend Emerson College to study journalism, […]
MWCC Student Shares Opinion on why Liberal Arts Majors Deserve More Credit For many years, our society has been under the impression that Liberal Arts majors are for those who don’t comprehend the weight of education and are ignorantly going to school for a degree they will never use; therefore, between the backhanded comments and […]
MWCC Criminal Justice students spent a blustery spring morning in a wooded area on campus investigating a crime scene with their professor Patrick Aubuchon. The course, “Introduction to Criminalistics” introduced students to the concepts and skills involved in the field of criminalistics – also known as forensic science – from the professional and scientific disciplines […]