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MWCC Receives Continued Recognition as a Top Military Friendly School

For the fifth consecutive year, Mount Wachusett Community College has been recognized as a top military friendly school for creating a culture of positive energy and academic support for veterans, active military members and their dependents. The 2014 Military Friendly Schools list, released by Victory Media, names the top 20 percent of colleges, universities and […]

MWCC Student Kathy Matson Appointed to State Board of Higher Education

Mount Wachusett Community College student leader Kathy Matson of Baldwinville has been appointed to the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education for the 2013-2014 academic year. A Business Administration major and president of MWCC’s Student Government Association, Matson previously earned an associate degree in Criminal Justice from the college in 1985. She returned last year to […]

MWCC Offering Accelerated Training in Medical Device Manufacturing Technologies

Mount Wachusett Community College, in partnership with Operon Resource Management, is recruiting adults of all ages, experience and education for training in the field of medical device manufacturing. This five-week training program is designed especially for unemployed or underemployed adults, veterans and recent high school graduates who want to train for careers in medical device […]

MWCC Implementing Obama Administration’s New 8 Keys to Veterans’ Success Initiative

Mount Wachusett Community College is one of approximately 250 community colleges and universities across the country implementing the Obama Administration’s new “8 Keys to Success” to help boost academic opportunities and improve employment outcomes for veterans.The “8 Keys to Success” build on the administration’s work to provide veterans and military families with a high-quality, affordable […]

Jillian Johnson Appointed MWCC Student Trustee

Jillian Johnson, a 17-year-old Liberal Arts and Sciences major,  has been appointed to Mount Wachusett Community College’s Board of Trustees. A dual enrolled student through the Pathways Early College Innovation School, Johnson was sworn in as student trustee on August 8 and attended her first meeting that afternoon. As student trustee, she serves as a full voting […]

MWCC Foundation Continues STEM Support for Leominster Schools

Mount Wachusett Community College Foundation recently presented $3,500 to the Leominster Education Foundation to continue the college’s strong support of the Leominster Public School’s S.T.E.M. Integration Program K-12 and Innovative Mini Grants for Teachers. MWCC’s support will help prepare and inspire students to meet the challenges of the global society through innovation, collaboration and creative problem solving. The […]

MWCC Receives $500,000 National Endowment for the Humanities Challenge Grant

Mount Wachusett Community College has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Challenge Grant in the amount of $500,000 to endow the “MWCC Humanities Initiative” to deepen and sustain quality humanities programming and curriculum in North Central Massachusetts. The grant will be matched by $1 million raised by the MWCC Foundation, Inc. in […]

Pathways Early College Innovation School at MWCC Accepting Applications for 2014

Motivated teens interested in paring two years of time and expenses off their college education should check out the Pathways Early College Innovation School at Mount Wachusett Community College. Praised by state education officials, parents and participating students, the two-year, dual enrollment program allows high school juniors to simultaneously earn their high school diploma and […]

Lea Ann Scales Appointed Vice President of Access, Transition and Development at MWCC

Lea Ann Scales has been appointed Vice President of Access, Transition and Development at Mount Wachusett Community College, where she will oversee the college’s many K-12 programs and partnerships, development, planning and institutional research, and the MWCC Foundation, Inc. She replaces Senior Vice President Sharyn Rice, who retired after 25 years at MWCC. Ms. Scales, a […]

Monty Python’s SPAMALOT Theatre at the Mount

A chorus line of dancing knights, flatulent Frenchmen, killer rabbits and one legless knight will take to the Theatre at the Mount stage duringMonty Python’s Spamalot, August 9 – 18. The outrageous musical comedy is “lovingly ripped off” from the film classic “Monty Python and the Holy Grail.” With music and lyrics by the Grammy-Award […]