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You’ll immediately feel that Mount Wachusett Community College is for you. That’s because we are truly a community. We are friendly, eager to help, close-knit. You’ll work with caring facultyand staff who want you to excel. Our small class sizes ensure your involvement and your success. We thrive on diversity and so will you. We’ll challenge and inspire you. We’ll help you discover your academic potential and professional niche. MWCC is a place to learnabout yourself. It’s the springboard to your future.
Start Near at Go Far MWCC Gardner � Leominster � Devens www.mwcc.edu Take first step the Begin your future here You'll immediately feel that Mount Wachusett Community College is for you. That's because we are truly a community. We are friendly, eager to help, close-knit. You'll work with caring faculty and staff who want you to excel. Our small class sizes ensure your involvement and your success. We thrive on diversity and so will you. We'll challenge and inspire you. We'll help you discover your academic potential and professional niche. MWCC is a place to learn about yourself. It's the springboard to your future. Call 978-630-9110, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by to schedule a campus visit. About MWCC Discover your opportunities MWCC is an accredited, public two-year institution serving 29 cities and towns in North Central Massachusetts. The 269-acre main campus is located in Gardner, Massachusetts; other campuses are located in Leominster, Devens and Fitchburg. MWCC offers over 50 associate degree and certificate programs, adult basic education/ GED programs, education and training for business and industry, and noncredit community service programs. MWCC students enjoy many support services and resources including the Academic Support Center, the Fitness and Wellness Center, and the 555-seat Theatre at the Mount. Courses are offered during the day and evening, on weekends, and online. Visit www.mwcc.edu. Make your a Goals Reality Train for a new career Come to MWCC to prepare for high-demand careers in fields such as automotive technology, biotechnology, broadcasting, business, computer technology, criminal justice, early childhood education, graphic design, healthcare, human services, medical assisting/office, and paralegal studies. Transfer to a four-year college or university (and save $$) Save thousands by getting your start toward a bachelor's degree at MWCC. MWCC maintains several transfer agreements with both public and private colleges to make transfer easy. Through MassTransfer, students who meet QPA requirements and enter a MassTransfer program are guaranteed admission and receive a discount at four-year public colleges and universities. In addition to several 2+2 transfer agreements that allow you to complete your first two years at MWCC and then transfer as a junior at a four-year college or university, MWCC now has several 3+1 agreements. Complete your first three years toward your bachelor's degree at MWCC, at MWCC prices. The fourth year can be completed online, at the four-year college, or at an MWCC campus. Upgrade your skills or take courses for fun Whatever your learning interest, MWCC offers short-term, noncredit courses to help. Program lengths range from a few hours to several weeks. Learn new computer skills to help you at work. Enroll in an online management course as you work toward a promotion. Sign up for a digital photography course so you can take better photos on your vacation. Visit www.mwcc.edu for the latest credit and noncredit options. We mean business Businesses and organizations can improve employee skills, knowledge, retention, and morale with cost-effective, quality training. It's easy--MWCC will provide your business with a training needs analysis and a customized educational plan; then MWCC will help you apply for training dollars. Call: 978-630-9575. Associate Degrees and Certificates At MWCC, you will be prepared Associate degrees prepare you for a career or transfer to a four-year college or university. Attending full time, you may complete the required twenty or more courses in as little as two years. You may also attend part time at your own pace. Many students have work or family responsibilities, and may take slightly longer to complete their coursework. Certificates are ideal for quickly acquiring training to launch a new career, strengthen current skills, or pursue an interest. You may complete the required eight or more courses in as few as two semesters full time, or part time at a pace convenient for you. Produced by DAZzle Designer, Version 9.0.05 (c) 1993-2009, Endicia, www.Endicia.com U.S. Postal Service, Serial # Associate Degrees Accounting Concentration (BACA)* Allied Health Concentration (GSAH)* Art--Professional Track (RTP) Art--Traditional Program (RT) Audio Engineering Concentration (BCTA)* Automotive Technology - General Motors (AGM)+ Automotive Technology (ATD) Biotechnology/Biomanufacturing (BTD) Broadcasting & Electronic Media (BCT) Business Administration--Career (BAC) Business Administration--Transfer (BA) Clinical Laboratory Science (CLS)+ Communications Track (LAC)* Complementary Health Care (CHD) Computer Graphic Design--Print (CGD) Computer Graphic Design--Web Design (CGW) Computer Information Systems (CIS) Criminal Justice--Corrections Concentration (CJCD) Criminal Justice--Law Enforcement Concentration (CJL) Dental Hygiene (DHY)+ Early Childhood Education--Career (ECC) Early Childhood Education--Transfer (ECT) Elementary Education Track (LAEL)* Energy Management (EGD) Fire Science Technology (FS) Fitness Leadership & Exercise Science Track (LAX)* General Studies (GS) History & Political Science Track (LAHP)* Human Services (HS) Liberal Arts & Sciences (LAS) Manufacturing Technology--Plastics (PT) Medical Assisting (MAS) Natural Resources (NRD) Nursing (NU) (NUE) (NUP)+ Paralegal Studies (PLD) Photography Concentration (BCTP)* Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA)+ Pre-Engineering Track (LAER)* Theatre Arts Track (LAT)* Video/Film Concentration (BCTV)* Yoga Teacher Training Concentration (CHY)* Artwork for User Defined (4" x 6") Layout: sample BRM Envelope.lyt October 4, 2011 Certificate Programs Accounting (CAA) Allied Health (AHC) Automotive Technology (ATC) Biotechnology/Biomanufacturing (BTC) Business Administration (BUC) Complementary Health Care (CHC) Computer Graphic Design--Print (CGDC) Computer Graphic Design--Web Design (CGWC) Dental Assisting (DAC)+ Energy Management (EGC) Human Service Technician (HSC) IT Support Specialist (ITC) Law Enforcement (CJLC) Medical Coding & Billing (MCC) Medical Office (MOC) Office Assistant (OAC) Paralegal (PLS) Practical Nurse (PN) Professional Photography (PHO) Small Business Management (SBC) Other Options Emergency Medical Technician Training English as a Second Language Courses Honors Program Phlebotomy Certificate of Completion Radiologic Technologist Articulation Agreement Programs are continually evaluated, changed, and added. Go to MWCC's website, www.mwcc.edu, for the most up-to-date list. *Denotes concentration of an associate degree +Admission to the program is selective. Prospective applicants must complete additional application components and must be evaluated for acceptance. Space is limited and the process is competitive. Prospective applicants must complete additional application requirements for selective programs. The priority deadline for fall admission to NU is Jan. 15, Feb. 1 for DHY, Sept. 1 for PN, and Mar. 1 for CLS, PTA, and November 1st for advanced standing NU applicants. MC006-09 Rev:Oct11 MWCC at a Glance Annual enrollment: 6,923 Full time: 43% Part time:57% Female:63% Male: 37% Average age:29 Under age 18:2% 18-19: 11% 20-24: 37% 25-34: 26% 35-49: 18% 50-65: 5% Placement rate for career program graduates: 75% MWCC licensure pass rate (2010): Dental Hygiene: 100% Nursing: 88% Practical Nursing: 94% Students with previous college experience: Degree-seeking students receiving financial aid: Average class size: 71.6% 65% 15 Accreditation: New England Association of Schools and Colleges. Several associate degree programs have additional industry-specific accreditations. See individual program information in the college catalog for details. Year founded: Clubs and organizations: 1963 21 NO POSTAGE NECESSARY IF MAILED IN THE UNITED STATES s e k a t s p e e Sw What to Do? 1. "Like" Mount Wachusett Community College on Facebook 2. Post "Start near . . . Go far" on MWCC's page t n u o M The Enter to Win! � Be eligible to win a $50 gift certificate to Barnes & Noble , which can apply to your textbooks when you enroll at MWCC! Mount Wachusett Community College 444 Green St. PO Box 2000 Gardner MA 01440-9958 Expires: 12/31/13 BUSINESS REPLY MAIL GARDNER MA POSTAGE WILL BE PAID BY ADDRESSEE FIRST-CLASS MAIL PERMIT NO. 182 Campus Locations and Directions Devens Campus One Jackson Place, 27 Jackson Road Devens, MA 01434 978-630-9569 From Route 2: From Route 2 East, take Exit 37; from Route 2 West, take Exit 37B. When you get off the exit, you will be on Jackson Road. Go approximately one mile and you will pass through a blinking light at Lake George Street/ Patton Road. Go through the light and your next left will bring you into the parking lot. Main Campus - Gardner 444 Green St., Gardner, MA 01440-1000 978-632-6600 From Fitchburg and Points East: Route 2 West to Route 140 North (Exit 24B). Exit sign reads "140 North to Winchendon and Ashburnham." Proceed three miles on this route. Pass through two traffic lights. Proceed one-half mile past the second light and take a left turn onto Matthews Street. The college entrance is one mile on the right. From Western and Central Massachusetts: Route 2 East to Route 140 North (Exit 24). Turn left at the end of the exit ramp. Proceed three miles on this route. Pass through two traffic lights. Proceed one-half mile past the second light and take a left turn onto Matthews Street. The college entrance is one mile on the right. From Worcester and Providence: I-190 North from Worcester. From I-190, take Route 2 West to Route 140 North (Exit 24B). Exit sign reads "140 North to Winchendon and Ashburnham." Proceed one-half mile past the second light and take a left turn onto Matthews Street. The college entrance is one mile on the right. From Points North: Route 12 South to Route 140 South. Bear right onto Green Street. The college is one-half mile on the left. 275 Nichols Road, Fitchburg, MA 01420 978-630-9413 Burbank Campus - Fitchburg From the East: Take Route 2 West to Exit 32 (Route 13 North). Take Route 13 North toward Lunenburg until Route 13 ends at the Route 2A stoplight (approximately 4.5 miles). Turn left and head west on Route 2A. At the first set of traffic lights, turn right onto John Fitch Highway. Continue to the stop sign at Route 31. Turn left at stop sign. Shortly after turning, look for the Burbank Campus on the hill on the right. From the West: Take Route 2 East to Exit 31B (Route 12 North). Take Route 12 North toward Fitchburg for 1.7 miles. Turn right at Bemis road at traffic light. Proceed through four traffic lights and a blinking yellow light until stop sign at Route 31. Turn left at stop sign. Shortly after turning, look for the Burbank Campus on the hill on the right. From the South: Take Route 190 North to Route 2 West, Exit 32. Take Route 13 North toward Lunenburg until Route 13 ends at the Route 2A stoplight (approximately 4.5 miles). Turn left and head west on Route 2A. At the first set of traffic lights, turn right onto John Fitch Highway. Continue to the stop sign at Route 31. Turn left at stop sign. Shortly after turning, look for the Burbank Campus on the hill on the right. Leominster Campus 100 Erdman Way, Leominster, MA 01453 978-630-9810 From Points East: Route 2 West to Exit 31B � Route 12 North. At the end of the exit ramp, go right. At the lights, take a right onto Erdman Way. The campus is located in the second building on the left (red brick building) across from the Four Points by Sheraton Leominster Hotel. Drive to the rear of the building. From Points West: Route 2 East to Exit 31B � Route 12 North. At the end of the exit ramp, go right (you will cross over Route 2). At the lights, take a right onto Erdman Way. The campus is located in the second building on the left (red brick building) across from the Four Points by Sheraton Leominster Hotel. Drive to the rear of the building. Contact us 978-630-9110, email: email@example.com, or stop by for a visit. Mount Wachusett Community College seeks to provide equal educational opportunities and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious creed, age, physical or mental disability, sex, national origin or ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, genetic information, or veteran status. LEARN MORE ABOUT US! 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