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Make this your best summer ever!

Online or in the classroom, at Middlesex Community College you can earn college credits in less time – and save more money!



There's something for everyone this summer at Middlesex Community College. Enroll now for one of four college-credit summer sessions, take advantage of MCC's extensive noncredit programming, or sign your children up for one of MCC's exciting College For Kids program. With four different Summer Session options, MCC can help you earn college credit at a price you can afford.

Our small class sizes are perfect for college students home for the summer, recent high school graduates, current MCC students and returning adults.

Current MCC Students can take advantage of our accelerated summer semesters to keep moving along their Academic Pathway.

  1. Improve your GPA
  2. Finish your degree sooner
  3. Take your elective courses

MCC's Summer Courses are perfect for the savvy college student home for the summer.

  1. Improve your GPA
  2. Accelerate your course of study
  3. Finish your degree sooner

High School students can also take advantage of MCC's summer offerings

  1. Get an early start on your college career
  2. Earn college credits
  3. Gain college class experience

At MCC, Adult Learners can fit education into their busy lives.

  1. Flexible schedule options let students take courses online or on campus
  2. Accelerated semesters mean less time in class
  3. Earn credit for prior learning and finish your degree

Take personal or professional enrichment courses with MCC's Community Education and Career Training Program! Our programs are designed for individuals in all stages of life and career. Courses are offered online and on campus in Bedford and Lowell.


Summer CampsMCC's College for Kids programs are designed to provide children with fun and challenging opportunities to explore careers, gain new knowledge, develop new skills and boost self-confidence. Camps are offered for children ages 8 to 15, and run July 9 through August 16 on the Bedford and Lowell campuses.

Last Modified: 3/8/21