MWCC Faculty Present at National Conference

MWCC professors Lara Dowland and Nick Cochrane gave a presentation at the Council on the Study of Community Colleges (CSCC) in Tempe, Arizona on April 2, 2022 with co-presenter Dr. Paul Hernandez. Their presentation, titled “Implementing the Pedagogy of Real Talk to Connect with Students At-Promise in the Classroom,” focused on the work that they […]

National League for Nursing Declares 2022 Year of the Nurse Educator

In a statement on its website, the National League of Nursing is honoring the work of the individuals and institutions who train our frontline healthcare workers. “In recognition of the essential role of nursing education during the pandemic, and in celebration of its historic and continuing inspiration to nurses everywhere, the National League for Nursing […]

Student Profile: Eoin Haggerty

Not Just Another Student, but a Future Storyboard Creator When he was a boy, Eoin Haggerty dreamed of being a firefighter–now, he is twenty-one years old, with one year left at Mount Wachusett and with a dream of becoming a storyboard creator. When asked why he changed his life goal, he said it was his […]

Is the National Society of Leadership and Success Right for You?

MWCC Students Share the Advantages and Disadvantages of the NSLS Program Some may have heard that the National Society of Leadership and Success—Sigma Alpha Pi (NSLS), can help students achieve personal growth, empowerment, and career success, but is joining this society worth it? According to the email invitation, those who join “will gain access to […]

How to Apply for Financial Aid 

Nearly $120 billion in federal student aid is given to students every year in the form of grants, work-study opportunities and loans. However, figuring out how to access those resources is challenging for many students, especially the first time. Applying for financial aid doesn’t have to be hard. Understanding where and how to apply for […]