Frequently Asked Questions

What does the LINKS Program offer?

The LINKS Program supports students who are interested in enrolling in college and who would benefit from extra support and smaller class sizes while earning free college credits at Middlesex Community College. Students have the opportunity to meet weekly in study groups and to have ongoing contact with the LINKS Program Coordinator during the semester.

Who can apply?

Motivated students who have a high school credential (eg: diploma, HiSET, GED) and are available to commit to daytime classes are welcome to apply. Priority is given to students who attended the Adult Learning Center at Middlesex Community College or other Adult Basic Education Programs. Applicants must take the Accuplacer (College Placement Test) to determine if they qualify for LINKS.

When are classes held?

LINKS classes are typically held during the day on Tuesdays and Thursdays and are run during the Fall Semester (Sept.-Dec.) and the Spring Semester (Jan.-May.)

Where are classes held?

Classes and advising appointments are held on the Bedford Campus of Middlesex Community College. 
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What courses are offered?

Course offerings are subject to change each year. Recently offered courses include:

  • General Education - First Year Experience
  • General Education - Career Exploration
  • Writing Skills Seminar
  • English Composition I
  • Technology for College
  • Preparation for College Math

How do I apply?

Interested applicants must have earned their High School Diploma or High School Equivalency Credential and must take the College Placement Tests to determine program eligibility and course level placement.

For more information or to apply, please contact:
Ruth Clark, Program Coordinator

Last Modified: 6/30/16