New Year, New Mount!

As many of you who are returning to the Mount can tell, the school has gotten a significant facelift since last semester.

SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS ON THE NEW CONSTRUCTION! Do you like what they’ve done with the place? Do you feel it could be better? Let us know what’s on your mind!
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ESL Resources


Alexandra Rodriguez

Resources available for English as Second Language students of the Mount.

Mount Wachusett Community College, a place where students from all over the world can learn and grow with the help of ESL Courses, Clubs and Student support services.

The Language Café, home for ESL students of MWCC has brought life to students from all over the world to interact and have fun, with the help of Jose Mangual, leader ambassador of Language Café and Professor Madhu Sharma who feels empathy for her ESL students.  The Language Café, English as a Second Language club, offered for beginners in the English Language is a place for students all over the world practice conversational English at an informal setting.  It takes place six to seven times per semester at noon in room 104 of the Leominster Campus. read more

SGA at MWCC

By Andrew Hoenig

 

Gardner, Mass. – The Student Government Association (SGA) at the Mount is an elected group of students who represent the students’ interests to the college’s administration.

But in a recent survey done on campus regarding the general knowledge and impact of the SGA, a theme seemed to appear.

Many of the students answered these three words on at least one of three questions, “I don’t know”. In fact, 90% of the students who participated in the survey had little to no knowledge on what the SGA does for students and the school, what clubs it has organized on campus, and what impact it has on the students themselves directly. read more

Ring in the New

By President Daniel M. Asquino

We ring in the new year at Mount Wachusett Community College not with the customary noisemakers of bells and horns, but with drills, hammers and saws as construction continues on our Gardner campus.

Your patience as you make your way to classrooms and offices during the modernization of our 45-year-old facility is greatly appreciated. In the coming months, renovations to our Advising Center, Commons Area, Theatre at the Mount, and main entrance will be unveiled, followed later this year by the opening of our new science and technology building. read more

Discover your Inner Contractor

By

John Blombach

Want to learn some marketable skills?  Snatch up the tool apron.  Grab a hammer, a square and a level.  Let’s build something and change somebody’s life.  Volunteerism is alive and well at Habitat for Humanity. Discover your inner contractor!

The college has a partnership with several community organizations to provide service learning experience for students.  I’ve just completed a stint with Habitat for Humanity.  It has been a life changing experience for me as well as those underprivileged families who will receive the benefit of the homes we are building. read more