Our mission is to help students successfully navigate MWCC. College is not always easy, and we recognize that each student comes to our campus with his/her own set of unique strengths and challenges. The staff in Student Services are here to help support you as you make important life and curricular choices necessary to achieve your academic aspirations.
Looking for a job? Let us help you perfect your resume, prepare for your interview and search for a job.
CCAMPIS is a federal grant funded program which provides child care subsidies from 20 to 60% for qualified students.
Counseling staff are available to assist students with personal, social, academic, educational, career and health concerns in a confidential atmosphere.
Students with a diagnosed disability are encouraged to visit our office to receive services that will promote their academic success in their college experience.
College can sometimes be stressful or expensive. Don’t let food be another financial worry.
The Food for Thought: Campus Pantry gives out snacks, prepackaged meals, and other food items to students in need.
Receive nursing assessments, education, Holistic health care, and referrals to appropriate health care providers.
A peer-to-peer mentorship program designed to support current and prospective students in recovery as they enter or re-enter the college environment.
The NCEOC provides free and confidential financial aid, academic, and career counseling for adults living in the 29 cities and towns of North Central Massachusetts.
The SOS program is a peer-mentoring program that helps connect students to resources on-campus and in the community when they are struggling with issues such as childcare, transportation, food insecurity, housing, etc.
MWCC is served by the Montachusett Area Regional Transit Authority (MART) bus system.
TRIO Student Support Services assist students from first-generation, low-income backgrounds, and students with disabilities to graduate and transfer.
The Academic Support Center offers FREE tutoring to our students.
MWCC recognizes the unique academic, social, physical and financial needs of our veteran students and their families and are dedicated to providing our veteran students with the tools they need to succeed.
Dean of Students Office
In support of student learning and success, the Dean of Students promotes the growth and development of all students through campus-wide programming, one-on-one meetings, and the delivery of appropriate support services. They are here to answer questions, advocate on behalf of students, foster a safe, inclusive learning environment, and mentor/advise students on the community college experience.
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