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Student Leaders Attend CCSLA Student Leadership Conference

Recently, a group of MWCC students attended the Community College Student Leadership Association (CCSLA) conference in Southbridge, MA. This two-day conference introduced our student leaders to students from other community colleges,  building networking and leadership skills, while attending workshops and seminars covering leadership, activism and professional development.  The Community College Student Leadership Association (CCSLA) is […]

Love it or hate it, winter is coming!

As we march closer to the end of this beautiful fall season, we would like to take a moment to refresh everyone on the MWCC inclement weather policies. The decision to close or delay the opening of our campus is not taken lightly, and will be made based on the best information available. Every effort […]

MWCC Named to Military Times Best for Vets: Top Colleges 2020 List

The Mount’s continued support and dedication to our veteran students was once again recognized by Military Times in their annual “Best for Vets” rankings. MWCC is the highest ranked Massachusetts 2-year college and 6th in the US! Our Veterans Services staff are committed to providing Military Service Members, Veterans, and their families with assistance and […]

Announcing our STEM Week Climate Change Essay Contest Winners

In celebration of STEM week, area high school students Abigail Garlock, a junior at Oakmont Regional High School, and Sierra Richard, a junior at Ralph C. Mahar Regional High School, were recently awarded Mount Wachusett Community College scholarships from the MWCC Foundation, Inc. to be used toward a dual enrollment courses while in high school […]

Early College Summit Highlights Successes and Importance of Early College Investments

On October 24, the North Central MA Early College Summit brought together educators, students, and civic leaders for a day of discussion and advocacy. The Early College partnership between Mount Wachusett Community College, Fitchburg State College, Gardner High School, Leominster High School and Center for Technical Education, and the Sizer School creates a pipeline to […]

Tea Time Speaker Series: School to Prison Pipeline and Cultural Competency

Understanding the School to Prison Pipeline: Systems of Oppression with Dr. Haner Hernández In conjunction with the CHNA9 Racial Justice Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) and Gardner Coalition Action Team (GCAT), LUK Inc, Mount Wachusett Community College’s Tea Time Speaker Series is pleased to host Dr. Haner Hernández, Senior Consultant to the Massachusetts Department of […]

North Central MA Early College Summit Coming October 18 to Leominster Doubletree

Day-long event will feature keynote speakers Carlos E Santiago, Commissioner of Higher Education and Chris Gabrieli Chairman of the Board of Higher Education Leominster, MA – On Friday, October 18, 2019, North Central MA Early College Academy member superintendents and educators, higher-ed representatives, early college students, and local economic and civic leaders will come together […]

Author Dana Walrath to speak on “Comics, Medicine, and Memory” at MWCC

The rewards of caring for a relative with Alzheimer’s will be the subject of a talk by writer, artist, and medical anthropologist Dana Walrath, entitled “Comics, Medicine, and Memory.” Dr. Walrath will speak at Mount Wachusett Community College and Heywood Hospital about her graphic novel, Aliceheimer’s: Alzheimer’s Through the Looking Glass on Thursday, Oct. 24, […]

Working Nation President Jane Oates to Deliver Keynote Address at NEWN Conference at Mount Wachusett Community College

GARDNER—The 10th Anniversary New England Workforce Network Conference will be held at Mount Wachusett Community College, Friday, October 11 at the college’s Gardner campus at 444 Green Street. The theme for the conference will be, “Riding the Roller Coaster of Workforce Development.” Jane Oates, President of WorkingNation, will deliver the keynote address. Oates serves on the Executive […]