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Whether you are looking to begin your career as soon as possible or transfer to another institution after getting your degree, this is the place to start!

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Apply as a Guest Student (Attending for one semester only)

This application is intended for students who are only staying with us for a single semester and not looking to apply for a specific program of study. Apply now as a Guest Student.


Apply as a Dual Enrollment Student (High school juniors and seniors)

This application is for high school juniors and seniors who want to take college classes while simultaneously completing their high school graduation requirements. Apply now as a Dual Enrollment Student.


Apply as an International student (obtain/transfer an F1 Student VISA)

Students have come to study at MWCC from around the world! This application is for those who are applying from a country other than the United States.  Apply now as an International Student.


Apply to a Selective Program

Some of our programs have additional requirements beyond a high school degree or equivalency. You must meet certain academic prerequisites before applying and the requirements depend on the individual program. We call these programs “selective” programs. They include:

Two-Year Selective Programs

  • Nursing
  • LPN to RN Bridge
  • Dental Hygiene
  • Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Veterinary Technology

One-Year Selective Programs

  • Paramedic Technology
  • Practical Nursing

Other Selective Programs

  • Pre-Healthcare Academy
  • STEM Starter Academy
  • STEM Early College

Depending on the program, there may also be additional documentation required along with the application. To begin the application process, please visit our Selective Program page or attend an Information Session to meet with an admissions counselor and program faculty. You do not need to submit transcripts for classes completed at MWCC.

*Please note that the following programs are still pending approval from the Massachusetts Department of Education and are not eligible for financial aid: Software Support Certificate and Paramedic Technology Certificate.