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  • High schoolers from Assabet and Blackstone compete in Ashland

    February 2016 - High schoolers from Assabet and Blackstone compete in Ashland

    ASHLAND – Megan O’Connell was proud to be the only girl in the auto shop Saturday, building electrical circuits and diagnosing engine problems alongside a bunch of boys. One of the top high school automotive students in the state, she proved she could compete with the best of them.


  • MassBay and Framingham State link to offer $28,000 degrees

    January 2016 - MassBay and Framingham State link to offer $28,000 degrees

    WELLESLEY – Starting next school year, students will soon be able to earn a bachelor’s degree in business administration or liberal arts for $28,000, covering all four years. Rep. Tom Sannicandro, D-Ashland, said the increased access to college degrees will not only help area students and families, but will impact the whole state.


  • FSU and MassBay offer $28K four-year degree

    January 2016 - FSU and MassBay offer $28K four-year degree

    All classes for both degrees will be held at MassBay’s Wellesley Hills campus. Students completing upper-level courses in the bachelor degree portion of the program will be considered full Framingham State students and will have full access to its services and facilities.


  • MassBay, Framingham State Partner For Affordable Degree Programs

    January 2016 - MassBay, Framingham State Partner For Affordable Degree Programs

    Through FSU@MassBay, students can earn both an associate’s and bachelor’s degree in either liberal arts or business programs starting at $28,000, less than the cost of one year’s tuition at most private institutions across the country.


  • College for $28,000? MassBay, Framingham State offer bargain BA

    January 2016 - College for $28,000? MassBay, Framingham State offer bargain BA

    MassBay Community College in Wellesley and Framingham State University have launched a new program that offers students the opportunity to earn a bachelor’s degree in four years for $28,000 — an amount that is less than one year at many private institutions.


  • MassBay announces dual-enrollment partnership with Framingham, Natick schools

    January 2016 - MassBay announces dual-enrollment partnership with Framingham, Natick schools

    MassBay Community College has announced a dual enrollment program with area high schools, giving students at Framingham High, Natick High, and Keefe Technical School the opportunity to take college level courses which can later be applied towards college credit.


  • MassBay president to deliver keynote speech at Wellesley MLK event

    January 2016 - MassBay president to deliver keynote speech at Wellesley MLK event

    WELLESLEY – MassBay Community College Interim President Yves Salomon-Fernandez will be the keynote speaker at World of Wellesley’s 16th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast and Celebration on Monday.The event will be held at Wellesley College.


  • National Cyber League Announced Top-Ranking Participants in 2015

    January 2016 - National Cyber League Announced Top-Ranking Participants in 2015

    The top three schools overall in the Postseason game were Milwaukee Area Technical College in first, Massachusetts Bay Community College in second followed by Dakota State University in third.


  • MassBay students place 2nd at National Cyber League Competition

    January 2016 - MassBay students place 2nd at National Cyber League Competition

    A student cyber security team at MassBay Community College placed second out of 129 at the National Cyber League 2015 competition. The five member student team, called the MBAnnoynymous, have been working together since the beginning of the fall 2015 semester and competed in the preseason, season and postseason of the National Cyber League competition.


  • MassBay Community College Offers Online Courses

    January 2016 - MassBay Community College Offers Online Courses

    MassBay currently offers 7 associate degree programs and 4 certificate programs students can take exclusively online, as well as 2 hybrid certificate programs students can take as a combination of in the classroom and online.


  • MassBay offers an array of online courses

    January 2016 - MassBay offers an array of online courses

    As the spring semester is set to begin on Jan. 19, MassBay Community College will be offering online courses in numerous subjects to its students who will have the option of taking those digital classes in addition to taking classes at any of the college's three campuses in Ashland, Framingham and Wellesley.


  • MassBay Robotics Takes Second At Event

    January 2016 - MassBay Robotics Takes Second At Event

    MBAnonymous, a five-member robotics team from MassBay Community College in Wellesley, finished second out of 129 teams at a recent, virtual National Cyber League competition.


  • MassBay Community College Offers Winter Intersession Courses

    January 2016 - MassBay Community College Offers Winter Intersession Courses

    This is a chance for high school students, area college students visiting on winter break and/or enrolled MassBay students to take courses in a short timeframe to help get ahead in their studies, earn college credits quickly, or get a step closer to graduation.