Online Degree & Certificate Programs

Online Degree & Certificate Programs

Online Degree & Certificate Programs at MWCC The online programs listed below are our fully online offerings. Please visit the Degrees & Programs page to learn about all of our programs, both fully online and those that are currently remote/online due to COVID requirements. We also offer online non-credit courses and certificates including K-12 teacher […]

Is Taking a Fall Semester at a Community College Right for You?

Fall semester is in sight, but the view is still a little hazy. If it looks like you might be living in your room at home rather than in a dorm with your friends, you’re not alone. Many colleges are talking about offering online-only courses this fall. As a rising freshman or sophomore, it may […]

Parents, Family & Supporters FAQs

Top 25 Questions by Family and Support Network 1. What type of college is MWCC? Personalized attention and small class sizes are hallmarks of MWCC. Professors know their students’ names and care about their success. Unparalleled student services are readily available whether your student needs academic support, transfer or career counseling, or job placement assistance. […]

Institutional Surveys

The OIRA coordinates and administers a wide range of surveys relevant to student development and MWCC strategic planning. The OIRA also has access wide range of demographic and academic data about our students and alumni. In many cases, this data will be more accurate and require considerably less effort to gather than using a survey. […]

Community College vs. University: Pros and Cons

Choosing a school for higher learning involves more than picking which university to attend. In fact, when you understand the difference between community college and university, you may find you want to choose community college to save money and have better flexibility. When comparing two-year vs. four-year college, always examine both the pros and cons […]

Changing the Curriculum Changes Lives

by Magdalen Bresee, Portrait of a Graduate – student journalist What is the purpose of high school? No doubt many high school students wonder this as they strive to find connections in their courses to their individual lives. Perhaps the best way to address this question is to examine the current curriculum and deduce meaning […]

Health Insurance

State law requires that all students taking nine or more semester hours have health insurance (Massachusetts General Law Chapter 15A, Section 18). A charge for health insurance will be added to the student’s tuition bill unless proof of comparable insurance is provided. Please note that Health Safety Net, Commonwealth Care and coverage from carriers outside […]

For Faculty

In-House & Accommodated Testing Services For accommodated testing, please submit a request form. Submit one request form per student, per test.  It is available onlineHERE. Exam materials must be attached to the request form or sent by email to We will not be accepting physical documents this fall semester and our office is open […]