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MWCC Awarded for Creating Student Destination with New Student Center

Mount Wachusett Community College has received an award for its Bemis Student Center that opened last fall and has transformed a previously unused portion of the campus into a vibrant location for student life on campus. “The Bemis Student Center has become the epicenter of student life at MWCC,” said MWCC Dean of Students Jason […]

College Tips From Current MWCC Students

Students at the Mount were asked to provide their best advice and tips to incoming students. Whether you’re coming straight from high school or hoping to further your career and education as a post traditional student, we want you to have the information you need to be successful and reach your goals. Tip 1 Learn […]

MWCC Hosting Veteran’s Resource Fair on June 19

Mount Wachusett Community College will be hosting a free Veteran’s Resource Fair with over 25 organizations on Tuesday, June 19 in an effort to connect veterans and their families with services. “Though it is taking place at Mount Wachusett Community College, it is by no means limited to veteran educational matters. There will be many […]

MWCC Announces Free Financial Seminars for Veterans and their Families

Mount Wachusett Community College has announced the dates of three free financial literacy workshops for veterans and their families that will be held at the college’s Leominster campus. “Being an informed consumer is being a smart consumer. This is why we encourage area veterans and their families to attend these free seminars,” said MWCC’s Director […]

Pathways and Gateway Dual-Enrollment Students Graduate from High School

Fifty five students celebrated earning their high school diploma along with college credits or degrees through Mount Wachusett Community College’s dual enrollment programs Friday night. This year’s graduates of the Pathways Early College Innovation School and the Gateway to College program were recognized during the May 18 graduation ceremony at MWCC. The programs are offered […]

Club Members Recognized During Annual Reception

The annual Club Recognition Reception took place last week at the The Gardner Museum with students being recognized for their contributions to a vibrant community at Mount Wachusett Community College. The students at the event were from the over 30 clubs that MWCC currently has. These include special interest and social clubs such as Women […]

MWCC Students Hosting Opioid Addiction Awareness Panel

A panel organized by psychology students at Mount Wachusett Community College will discuss opioid addiction on Tuesday, May 1. The discussion will take place at 12:30 p.m. in the North Cafe and is open to the public. It will cover treatment centers, legislation and other state-level developments in Massachusetts and personal journeys of recovery. Panelists […]

Tea Time Speaker Series Hosting Indigenous Peoples and Native American Indians Panel

Mount Wachusett Community College’s Tea Time Speaker Series will host a panel discussion highlighting indigenous peoples and Native American Indians on Monday, April 30 from 12 to 2 p.m. “Together we will listen as members of the Cherokee, Nimpuc, Taíno, Pocasset Wampanoag, and Mashantucket Pequot tribes and a researcher share their cultural experiences, life stories, […]

Students Paint Wall with “Hope” at Mount Wachusett Community College

This semester, inspired by recent tragedies, the MWCC Art Club decided to take action through creation. “We wanted to show that in dark times there is still hope,” said Camilo Almarales, an art major who will graduate in 2019. Almarales, together with Art Club members Alyson Bois, Nick Lutz and Blake Denmark, painted a mural […]

MWCC Initiates First Ever Delta Alpha Pi Honor Society Members

Five Mount Wachusett Community College students were inaugurated into the Delta Alpha Pi Honor Society Thursday as the college became the eighth college in Massachusetts to host a chapter of the honor society recognizing high-achieving college and university students with disabilities. “You are joining an elite group of honors students across this country,” said Dean […]