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MCC Admissions NEWSLETTER

With spring (hopefully!) just around the corner, we wanted to provide you important information and updates from Middlesex Community College, so that you can best help your students spring forward in the application and admission decision making process!

 

MCC offers high school students many advantages such as affordable tuition, open admission to most programs, flexible course offerings, two unique campuses and much more. Both campuses offer academic support to all students including free one-on-one tutoring, coaching, advising, and supplemental instruction. MCC also provides a great opportunity for a high school student to get a head start on college-level courses through our Dual Enrollment program.

Our Admissions staff is ready and willing to assist you with questions or to set up informational meetings with your students. Please contact the Admissions office directly to learn more.

We thank you for your continued support of your students and of Middlesex Community College.

Sincerely,

Middlesex Community College, Admissions ~ 978-656-3207 ~admissions@middlesex.mass.edu

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PLACEMENT POLICY UPDATE:

Students who have graduated from high school within the last three years (2015 through 2018) are eligible for exemption from Accuplacer placement testing for BOTH Math and English if they have an overall high school GPA of 2.7 or higher. These students are eligible to go directly into ENG 101 and college level Math.

Additionally, any student who has an SAT score of 500 or higher on the Evidence Based Reading and Writing Test in the last three years is exempt from taking the English Accuplacer test and is eligible for ENG 101.

We kindly ask that you provide us with your students' transcripts so that we can evaluate them for placement.

 

Spring Admissions Open Houses

We will be holding an Open House on both our Lowell and Bedford campuses respectively this spring. Please note that our Lowell Open House will held in the evening this year. Students and their families will have an opportunity to, meet with faculty, speak with staff from all of our student service areas, take a campus tour, and learn about Financial Aid. Find out more about Academic and Career Counseling, College Programs, Dual Enrollment, Free Tutoring, Honors Opportunities, Disability Support, and much more! Students can register by clicking on the hyperlinks below.

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MCC Offers

  • Academic, Career and Personal Advising including disability support and veterans resources

  • Fitness, recreation, and sports teams and clubs for students to be involved, learn a new skill, get some exercise and meet new people

  • Civic and Community Engagement including community service and alternative spring break

  • Transfer to MA State Colleges and Universities in addition to many other opportunities with articulation agreements both in and outside of Massachusetts

  • Work Study to provide students with part-time employment to help meet financial needs and give them work experience

  • Fellowship Study Abroad – an academic opportunity for MCC students to study a country’s culture, literature, and history and then visit that country

  • Monthly CPR courses on campus certified through the American Heart Association

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The Honors Experience

Do you like a challenge?

MCC’s Commonwealth Honors Program offers unique learning opportunities for students who elect to study at a more advanced level.

  • Enroll in a variety of honors course options
  • Enjoy unique extra- and co-curricular activities
  • Master research & presentation techniques
  • Enhance your application to bachelor’s degree programs

To learn more, visit www.middlesex.mass.edu/honors or call 781-280-3553

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Let Middlesex Community College be your pathway to success!

Our new Academic Pathways Maps are designed for first-semester students who may still be exploring academic interests and career opportunities. MCC’s Pathway Maps can help you stay on track and complete core courses, while you’re choosing a major program of study. Undecided students can choose from the following areas of study:

  • Arts & Humanities
  • Business
  • Education
  • Health
  • Public Service
  • STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math)
  • Social Science.

Learn more about how Pathways lead to success.

Academic Pathways @ MCC

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MCC Bedford Campus

Bedford Campus
591 Springs Road
Bedford, MA 01730

MCC Lowell Campus

Lowell Campus
33 Kearney Square
Lowell, MA 01852

Last Modified: 7/27/18