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  • Simulating device highlight of MassBay car show

    May 2018 - Simulating device highlight of MassBay car show

    MassBay Community College unveiled its newly purchased Dynapack dynamometer at its All Vehicle Show Sunday morning.


  • MetroWest College Planning Center Interns Organize Youth Summit

    April 2018 - MetroWest College Planning Center Interns Organize Youth Summit

    A group of student interns at the MetroWest College Planning Center (CPC) is organizing a Youth Summit for high school students from eight area school districts that will take place on Framingham State University’s campus on May 4.


  • Colleges in Wellesley announce commencement speakers line-up

    April 2018 - Colleges in Wellesley announce commencement speakers line-up

    Wellesley College and MassBay have joined Babson College in making public their 2018 commencement speakers. Drum roll please…


  • Massachusetts Attorney General to give MassBay graduation Speech

    April 2018 - Massachusetts Attorney General to give MassBay graduation Speech

    Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey, will be the keynote speaker for MassBay Community College’s commencement ceremony on Thursday, May 17, 2018 on the Wellesley Hills campus.


  • Additional funding now available for eligible students at Wellesley’s MassBay

    April 2018 - Additional funding now available for eligible students at Wellesley’s MassBay

    MassBay Community College announced on April 12 that eligible college students can now utilize year-round Federal Pell Grants to assist students working towards earning their degree.


  • MassBay Announces Attorney General as the 56th Commencement Speaker

    April 2018 - MassBay Announces Attorney General as the 56th Commencement Speaker

    MassBay Community College is pleased to announce that Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey, will be the keynote speaker for the College’s 56th Commencement ceremony on Thursday, May 17 on the Wellesley Hills campus.


  • MassBay focuses on hunger at community college

    April 2018 - MassBay focuses on hunger at community college

    A short line of students gathered at the back of a Massachusetts Bay Community College cafeteria on Wednesday. After filling out a quick survey, each peered into a freezer, pointed to a fully prepared dinner, and left with it in a lime-green insulated bag. Launched last month, the free frozen meals are the latest in a series of initiatives aimed at combating hunger across the MassBay student body – at campuses in Wellesley, Framingham and Ashland. According to a survey conducted by the college, more than 52 percent of students reported worrying about food.


  • MassBay to hold Health Career Exploration Fair

    March 2018 - MassBay to hold Health Career Exploration Fair

    College faculty, staff and current students will be on hand to greet and welcome prospective students and their families. The fair will include a tour of campus, tours of the lab areas, financial aid information table, student support services and on-the-spot admissions.


  • Herb and Maxine Jacobs Foundation Award $50,000 to MassBay Community College

    March 2018 - Herb and Maxine Jacobs Foundation Award $50,000 to MassBay Community College

    MassBay Community College announced today, March 2, that the Herb and Maxine Jacobs Foundation has gifted the College $50,000 for scholarships for health science students.


  • MassBay Community College and Framingham State University receive state grant

    February 2018 - MassBay Community College and Framingham State University receive state grant

    By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts GLOBE CORRESPONDENT  FEBRUARY 16, 2018 MassBay Community College and Framingham State University received a $10,000 state grant to support students in Framingham and Milford Public Schools who may be eligible for early college programs.


  • Framingham, Milford students targeted for early college program

    February 2018 - Framingham, Milford students targeted for early college program

    FRAMINGHAM — After lagging behind other states, Massachusetts is set to make a major investment in early college education, and students from Framingham and Milford could be in the forefront of that effort.


  • MassBay students headed to Detroit car show

    January 2018 - MassBay students headed to Detroit car show

    ASHLAND – Six students at Ashland’s Massachusetts Bay Community College are headed to what one professor called “the mecca” of car shows.


  • 'Fighting for what I think I earned': Dreamers fear return to shadows

    January 2018 - 'Fighting for what I think I earned': Dreamers fear return to shadows

    As the immigration debate roils in Washington, local immigrants who came to the U.S. as children, face a very uncertain future. Paola Sanchez's journey began when she was 14 years old and her family in Bolivia was struggling to survive.


  • Wellesley’s MassBay Community College receives endowment ...

    January 2018 - Wellesley’s MassBay Community College receives endowment ...

    Wellesley Hills-based MassBay Community College has received $100,000 from the Gladys Brooks Foundation for scholarships for high-achieving single-parent students, the biggest single endowment gift the college has ever received to support such students. Eligible students must also be in their second year at MassBay, on track to graduate with an associate’s degree,


  • MassBay allows high school students to try out college

    January 2018 - MassBay allows high school students to try out college

    Transitioning from high school to college can be challenging, but Framingham High School senior Sydney Griffin will have a leg up on some of her peers. Griffin is taking MassBay Community College’s Social Problems course, one of three classes offered to high school students as part of a dual enrollment program. About 65 students from Framingham and Natick high schools and Keefe Regional Technical School are taking part in the program during the spring semester.