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Alumni Success Story – Joe Feinsilver, Visual Artist

During times of uncertainty, it can be difficult to find the motivation to keep working. Dylan Safford, Gallery Assistant at MWCC’s East Wing Gallery, recently reached out to interview one of our illustrious Art Department Alumni to ask him a few questions about his artistic journey to help inspire us to keep moving forward. Joe […]

North Central Educational Opportunity Center

MWCC manages the North Central Educational Opportunity Center (NCEOC), a US Dept. of Education funded program whose mission is to be an educational access resource to north central Mass. adults who are motivated to change their lives through college enrollment; and to inspire and engage them in thinking beyond limitations and obstacles as they strive […]

Shout Out to Seniors – Admissions Days!

CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES! Despite these unconventional circumstances, you’ve pushed through and made it! We couldn’t be prouder of our all of our community graduates! 🤔 While you think about your next steps and weigh your options – the Mount is dedicating a special admissions day for you and your classmates. We’ll be available to answer questions, […]

New Summer Course: Sociology of the African American

We are pleased to announce the addition of a new course to our summer schedule,  “Sociology of the African American”, to be instructed by Associate Professor of Sociology and Human Services, Candace Shivers. The course is a sociological analysis of African-American society in the United States and will examine key social institutions including education, the […]

Gardner Mayoral Debate to be held Virtually June 17, 2020

In partnership with the Brewer Center for Civic Learning and Engagement, the Greater Gardner Chamber of Commerce will host a virtual debate between the two candidates for mayor on June 17 via Zoom. The candidates are Attorney Scott J. Graves, Gardner city councilor, and Michael Nicholson, town administrator for the town of Rutland and former […]