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New Scholarship Opportunity from the Mass. Commission on the Status of Women

The State Women’s Commission announced today the launch of a new scholarship program that aims to support emerging leaders of the Commonwealth to continue their education journey to leadership and economic empowerment. Designed to support woman-identifying students already enrolled in a Massachusetts Public Higher Education Institution, scholarships will be available to help an individual complete […]

SUCCESS Scholar’s Participate in Wreath-Laying Ceremony

On December 15, 2023, National Wreaths Across America Day, Mount Wachusett Community College’s SUCCESS Scholar Program took part in the annual wreath-laying ceremony hosted by Wreaths Across America at the Winchendon Veteran’s Cemetery. The mission of Wreaths Across America is to help communities Remember, Honor, and Teach generations not to forget the sacrifices made by […]

High School Juniors & Seniors – Earn College Credit at MWCC!

Attention all High School Juniors and Seniors – are you looking to earn college credit while still in high school? We have two opportunities this spring for you! These courses begin on January 17th and are available to Massachusetts High School Juniors and Seniors who are looking for immediate advancement after graduation. FST155 – Principles of […]

Meet Roshen Kyewalyanda

Meet Roshen Kyewalyanda- a twenty-one-year-old Computer Science and Engineering major at Mount Wachusett Community College. Roshen is a first-generation college student who moved from Uganda four years ago. Understanding technology has always been a hobby for Roshen who says, “I taught myself most of the computer knowledge I know, and I just thought it was […]

Meet Gio Toledo

Meet Gio Toledo – a twenty-one-year-old Program Aide for the Food for Thought Pantry out of the Leominster Campus. Gio started at Mount Wachusett Community College in 2022 amidst the COVID 19 pandemic and like many of us, he struggled to adjust.  “Everything was online, and it was difficult to learn the balance. With college […]