Education that meets your needs
Middlesex Community College can be your gateway to success, whether you're pursuing a degree or just want to upgrade your education and skills. You can choose among more than 75+ degree or certificate programs...or hundreds of noncredit course options.
There is no cookie-cutter student. Every one is an individual, and we can meet you wherever you are, with options for all ages and stages of life and career. There's sure to be an option that fits your needs:
- Day, evening and online schedules
- The Weekend College
- Fast Track degree programs
- An open door to a bachelor's degree, made even easier with MassTransfer
- MCC to the workplace, with workforce development and corporate training programs
- A jump start for high school students, with our Dual Enrollment Academy
More to consider:
- We are recognized as an exemplar of civic engagement for community colleges in America based on our extensive network of partners and Service-Learning opportunities locally, nationally and internationally.
- We serve students of all academic abilities, with Honors programs and also academic support to provide the foundation needed to be successful in college.
- We offer International Education Fellowships as academic opportunities for students to visit a foreign country and study its history and culture.
- We were named a Military Friendly School in 2011 by G.I. Jobs. Visit our Veterans Resource Center.
Learning by doing
There are many opportunities for students to turn their studies into action – and build their resumes. Faculty work closely with partners across Middlesex and the community to bring thoughtful and engaging hands-on experience into the curriculum. These opportunities range from off-campus academic endeavors to on-campus programs that span multiple disciplines. For example:
- Radiography students annually attend the Massachusetts Radiological Technician Conference and compete in their Buzz Bowl Challenge.
- Students in the Business and Economic Club have competed in the College Federal Reserve Challenge of the Federal Reserve System, making team presentations on the current economic situation and recommending changes and improvements.
- Students studying Science, Technology, Engineering and Math joined their professors at a local trapeze school for first-hand experience with physics.
Middlesex is one of four colleges selected by the Deshpande Foundation to participate in its entrepreneurial Merrimack Valley Sandbox initiative known as Campus Catalyst. Students can turn their passion into a business, while affecting social change. They work on semester-long projects to address social challenges and spark new economic development within the area, with seed capital available to support the most promising ones.