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Bedford Campus Library, 591 Springs Road3/29/2017 5:00 PM3/29/2017 6:30 PM
As part of MCC’s Dual Enrollment Academy, qualified students may enroll in college-level courses offered online, during the day, evening or weekend on MCC’s Bedford or Lowell campuses. Flexible options are available to focus on science and math, engineering and technology, health professions or business administration. Also welcome are students who just want to get a head start on completing the general-education courses required by most colleges and universities.

A Middlesex Dual Enrollment Academy advisor will be assigned to work with each applicant, their parent/guardian, and high school guidance counselor to design a program based on the student’s academic skill level and educational goals. To maximize success, MCC offers academic counseling, tutoring, computer labs and library serves, and encourages students to participate in on-campus events and student clubs.

Dual Enrollment students pay reduced tuition costs. State funding is available to cover tuition and fees for a limited number of admitted Massachusetts residents enrolled in college-level courses that are transferable to an associate or bachelor’s degree program.

For more information about the Middlesex Dual Enrollment Academy, visit or contact MCC’s Academic, Career & Transfer Center at 1-800-818-3434.
Bedford Campus Concert Hall (Building 6)3/31/2017 8:00 PM3/31/2017 9:00 PM
A World of Music, Middlesex Community College’s 2017 spring concert series, begins with Melodies Through Ages & Places: Music for Solo Guitar, and Two Guitars and Tenor, to be held at 8 p.m. Friday, March 31, in MCC’s Concert Hall (Building 6), on the Bedford campus, 591 Springs Road. The concert is free and open to the public.

Middlesex music faculty member Raley Beggs, guitar, will be joined by Austin Burns, tenor, and Jonas Kublickas, guitar and melodica, for a concert of trios by Samuel Barber, Charles Ives, Cole Porter, and songs from the Traditional American Songbook. Beggs will also perform solo guitar pieces by Francesco da Milano, Enrique Granados and Claude Debussy.

For more information, contact Carmen Rodriguez-Peralta, director of A World of Music, at 781-280-3923 or For directions, visit:
33 Kearney Square, Lowell, MA 4/8/2017 9:30 AM4/8/2017 2:00 PM
Prospective students and their families, as well as adult learners interested in continuing their education, will have the opportunity to learn about MCC’s more than 70 degree and certificate programs, noncredit courses, and online and flexible-learning options.

The Lowell Campus Open House will feature a series of breakout sessions tailored to meet student needs and interests. Students can explore specific areas of academic interest, meet with faculty and academic deans, learn more about the admissions process, and take a campus tour. Advisors and administrators will be available to answer student questions and provide information about how to be successful at Middlesex. Students can learn about MCC’s many support services, such as academic and career counseling, dual enrollment, tutoring, disability support, and other special programs. Students can also learn about the statewide MassTransfer program, which is designed to ease the transfer process, allowing a student to specifically plan a curriculum that will fit a chosen bachelor’s degree program.

Attendees can also meet with financial-aid representatives to get information about financing their education. Students can even turn in college applications and schedule appointments for placement testing.

For more information, or to RSVP for MCC’s Lowell Campus Open House, visit or call 1-800-818-3434.

50 Warren St., Lowell4/13/2017 1:00 PM4/13/2017 3:00 PM
Middlesex Community College’s Health & STEM Pathways Center will host a Career Fair from 1 to 3 p.m. Thursday, April 13, in the UMass Lowell Inn & Conference Center, 50 Warren St., adjacent to MCC’s Lowell campus. The event is free and open to the public.

“Students are excited about opportunities to find work related to their field of study,” said Audrey Frater, Director of the STEM & Health Pathways Center. “Every employer present at the fair has available openings for students, whether through internships, research positions, or full- and part-time job opportunities.”

Students can meet and interview with representatives from more than 45 area employers, including Massachusetts Life Science Center, Proctor & Gamble, Lawrence General Hospital, People Ready, LogixHealth, Albany Molecular Research Inc., National Engineering, Randstad at Entegris, Lahey Health Behavioral Services, Expedient, CareWell Urgent Care, PlumChoice, and Lowell General Hospital, just to name a few.

For more information about the Career Fair or MCC’s Health & STEM Pathways Center, visit or contact
Nashoba Valley Technical High School 100 Littleton Road, Westford, MA4/19/2017 5:30 PM4/19/2017 6:30 PM
Free and open to the public, this information session will help participants explore career opportunities in the field of advanced manufacturing. Participants will meet MCC’s Precision Machining Program Coordinator, take a tour of the state-of-the-art Machining Lab, and meet and network with industry representatives. MCC admissions representatives will be available to provide information on how to enroll in the program. Refreshments will be served.

MCC’s new Engineering Technology Precision Machining Certificate Program prepares students for in-demand entry-level jobs in advanced manufacturing. Classes are offered 4 to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and begin Sept. 5. Enrollment is now open and seats are limited.

In this nine-month, 27-credit certificate program, students will gain skills in mathematics, communications, technical problem-solving, and general machining. Students will also complete 300 hours of hands-on precision machining training at Nashoba Valley Technical High School’s Machining Lab.

To RSVP for MCC’s Precision Machining Certificate Information Night, or to learn more, visit or call 1-800-818-3434.