Admissions

Welcome to the Mount!

It’s not to late to start this fall! Our Admissions, Academic Advising, Career Services, Transfer Services and Financial Aid will be open extended hours (8 am to 6 pm) August 29 – September 8 to help our new students!

MWCC is here to support you! Call Admissions at 978-630-9447 or email admissions@mwcc.edu to set up an appointment with an admissions counselor, or use the link below to sign up for a tour and admissions information session.

Welcome to Admissions

We offer over 70 associate degree and certificate programs, as well as a variety of focused training options for career advancement. Click here to find your future!

At MWCC, we know a campus visit is the best way to learn more about our degrees, certificates, financial aid, and co-curricular activities. Your campus visit begins with an information session hosted by a member of the Admissions Team. Learn more and schedule a visit today!

Are you ready to take the first step? Apply today as a new or transfer student, international student, guest student, or dual enrollment student. Click here!

Our testing services help us determine placement and any accommodations needed. Additionally, we offer GED and HiSET testing. Click here to learn more.

Financial aid is the number one concern for all students. Our financial aid advisors will help you thought the process, starting with the first step - a FAFSA application. Click here to review the Financial Aid information and for links to complete your FAFSA. 


Already enrolled and ready to register for classes?

Log onto your iConnect account or contact an advisor to register today!

Getting an Affordable Degree at MWCC

Marymar graduated with her Associates Degree from the Mount, but she isn’t stopping there. She saved thousands of dollars by getting an associate’s degree first and will have less debt when she transfers to a 4-year college.

Going Back to School as an Adult

Jennifer decided to go back to college after her youngest child started school. As a grown adult, she was worried that she was too old to go back to college, and was afraid she wouldn’t fit in with the other students. Instead, she found that she was easily accepted as one of the many older students who decided to return to college to re-start their careers at the Mount.
"Never think that you can’t get the right start to your career at a community college. I was a non-traditional student, going back to college when I was 30 years old, and there was no better place to get the support and confidence that I needed.”

Ricardo Scarello, Computer Information Systems Graduate

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