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Choosing MWCC Dual-Enrollment: Kaitlyn Fales

At the May 2018 Pathways Early College Innovation School and the Gateway to College graduation, four student speakers shared their story of having completed their high school degree and gotten college credits at the same time at MWCC. These speeches were given by the valedictorians from each program as well as a student from each […]

Four MWCC Students Transferring to Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Four Mount Wachusett Community College students are set to continue their studies this fall at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Joe LeBlanc, Jonathan Chernoch, Zachary Bergquist and Faith Kurtz have been accepted to WPI for the fall semester. Joe came to the school through the STEM Starter Academy that launches students into college the summer before their […]

MWCC Highlighted by the Rennie Center for Model Dual Enrollment Programs

Mount Wachusett Community College’s dual enrollment programs are showcased as innovative models in the Rennie Center for Education Research & Policy’s second annual report, the Condition of Education in the Commonwealth. The report, released January 22 by the Cambridge-based research institute, examines areas of success and areas for continued improvement in student outcomes across the […]

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 […]

Information Sessions for Pathways and Gateway Dual Enrollment Programs

Information sessions for the Pathways Early College Innovation School and the Gateway to College program will take place this summer at MWCC’s Gardner campus. School choice funding covers the cost of tuition and fees of both programs.Twenty new students will be accepted into the two-year, year-round Pathways school this fall. One of the first two […]