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New Year, Fresh Start with MWCC’s Gateway to College Program


GARDNER, MA – With the new academic semester about to begin, Mount Wachusett Community College is welcoming its largest spring cohort of Gateway to College students to campus.


The free dual-enrollment program, offered in partnership with the Ralph C. Mahar Regional School District, is open to Massachusetts residents ages 16 to 21 who have dropped out of high school, are at risk of dropping out ... Read More



Mount Wachusett Community College NewsCenter

12 January, 2016

Students find success through Gateway to College program at BCC


FALL RIVER, MA – Valeria Pareja, 17, says she’s known for quite a while that she wanted to go to college.


“But I didn’t know how to get there,” said Pareja, a former student at B.M.C. Durfee High School and now enrolled in a program called Gateway to College, during a recent interview.

 ... Read More


The Herald News

09 November, 2015

Gateway to College Provides Path to Diploma, College for Malik Lewis


PORTLAND, OR – Malik Lewis admitted he was on the verge of dropping out of high school last year.


He had bounced around between Rosemary Anderson High School east and north campuses, trying to complete the required credits to get his diploma, when he stopped and wondered where he was ultimately going. Then, unexpectedly, he found his gateway to high school completion and to something even better – college. ... Read More


PCC News

03 August, 2015

Gateway to College Program has its First Newton Graduate


When Samantha Martin recently relocated to Iowa, she wasn’t sure exactly how her educational future would pan out.


However, when she returns to Mississippi later this year, Martin will have in her hands both a Newton High School diploma and a nursing assistant certificate. ... Read More



Newton Daily News

31 July, 2015

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