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MWCC Student Completes First Commonwealth Commitment Transfer to UMass Amherst

Mount Wachusett Community College Student Kyle Deane is the first student to successfully transfer to UMass Amherst through the Commonwealth Commitment program, a college access and affordability initiative championed by Governor Charlie Baker. “The hard work and dedication Kyle Deane displayed in completing his associate degree on an accelerated timeline while making use of the […]

MWCC Announces February Know Before You Go! Transfer Month Events

Mount Wachusett Community College is calling on students to take control of their future and plan their transfer pathway early through a series of Know Before You Go! month transfer events. “If community college students are serious about transferring, they need to speak with their advisor as early as possible. I like students to have […]

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 Student Featured Speaker at Department of Higher Education GO HIGHER! Event in Worcester

Mount Wachusett Community College student and Worcester resident Jasson Alvarado Gomez was a featured speaker to nearly 300 high school seniors from North, Burncoat, and Doherty High Schools in Worcester on Wednesday October 12 at the Department of Higher Education’s GO HIGHER! event, a partnership with Massachusetts’ 29 public colleges and universities to raise awareness […]

Baker-Polito Administration Launches State-of-the-Art College Pathways Portal

Massachusetts students and families now have access to a new, full-service web portal that will allow them to explore a wide range of academic offerings at the state’s public colleges and universities and chart a course to an affordable bachelor’s degree through transfer from a community college to a state university or University of Massachusetts […]

MWCC, Labouré College, partnering to create educational opportunities for nurses (The Gardner News, Aug. 29, 2016)

GARDNER — Labouré College and Mount Wachusett Community College are partnering to support the continuing education of local nurses. The colleges have established a transfer agreement providing licensed practical nurses (LPNs) graduating from Mount Wachusett Community College a pathway to earn their Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) from Labouré College and obtain licensure as […]

Transfer Advantages for MWCC graduates (The Gardner News, April 29, 2016)

Beginning a college career at a community college and then transferring to a public or private four year college or university continues to be a popular strategy for students interested in earning a bachelor’s degree at a lower cost. From teens to adult learners and career changers, more students are taking this route for its […]

MWCC and Northeastern University Establish Transfer Agreement

Mount Wachusett Community College and Northeastern University have established a new transfer agreement that allows eligible MWCC graduates to seamlessly transfer associate degree credits into Northeastern University College of Professional Studies to pursue a bachelor’s degree. Northeastern University College of Professional Studies offers bachelor’s degree completion programs in fast-growing fields such as information technology, health management, […]

New $30k Commitment Freezes Tuition & Fees For High-Demand Transfer Programs

A new collaboration between Central Massachusetts’ four institutions of public higher education – Fitchburg State University, Mount Wachusett Community College, Quinsigamond Community College and Worcester State University – will guarantee qualifying students their associate’s and bachelor’s degrees in high demand programs for $30,000 in four years. Presidents and representatives from the colleges and universities joined Secretary of Education […]