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Accepted Students Day
Welcome to MassBay Community College!
Accepted Students Day is April 17th at the Wellesley Hills Campus, from 9 am to 1 pm. Check-in and breakfast will begin at 8:15 am.
Accepted students in attendance will be entered to win a Kindle!
Breakfast & lunch will be provided and there are free shuttles from the Riverside T stop every 15 minutes starting at 7:15 am.
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What you will accomplish at accepted student day:
Directions and information on the MassBay Shuttle Service:
- Meet fellow students, professors, and staff
- Learn to navigate the MassBay enrollment process
- Explore our vibrant student life
- Learn how to finance your education
- College placement testing will be available. Sign up now>>
- Optional sessions in the afternoon --observe a college class or visit a workshop. Choose from:
- Principles of Management
This class talks about the management functions of planning, organizing, staffing, leading and control. Includes decision making, delegation, communications, etc. The class uses case analyses, and guest speakers. Heavy use of Blackboard for assignments, displaying learning goals, and supporting the Group Business Plan project.
Professor Guy Lochiatto
Room 153 from 11 to 11:50am
- MA1 Preparation for College Mathematics
This class is structured around 15 modules that students work through at their own pace; instructors are on hand to help students as needed. The course provides the opportunity to complete the entire developmental math sequence of three semesters in one semester. If a student does not complete all 15 modules in one semester, they just sign up for the class again and pick up right where they left off. No time wasted.
Professor Janine Lloyd
Room 242 C from 12:00-12:50pm
- Introduction to Human Communication
Introduction to Human Communication acquaints students with theories and research related to human communication in a variety of contexts, including interpersonal relationships, mediated communication, small group interactions, and public presentations. Instructional strategies used in the course include lecture, discussions, group activities, reflection papers, and oral presentations.
Professor Deborah London
Room 303 from 11:00-11:50am
- American History Since 1870
Survey of American history with emphases on: attempts to deal with growing industrialization, urbanization, and immigration, expansion of the role of government as seen in the New Deal, the Great Society, and the Cold War, as well as contemporary issues.
Professor Jill Silos-Rooney
Room 306 from 12:00-12:50pm
- Human Values, Personal Freedom, and the Arts
This course is an introduction to the humanities that focuses on what it means to be human, the human condition, and human nature. It’s interdisciplinary – we move back and forth between philosophy, literature, art, religion, psychology, social theory, linguistics, and cultural studies. Among the topics we’re exploring are neuroscience, art, feminism, equality, and political ideology.
Professor Robert Tarutis
Room 309 from 12:00 – 12:50pm
- Digital Writing Open Studio
Come visit a multimedia workshop in which student work and the use of different technologies in the classroom are highlighted.
Professor Barbara-Anne Kearney
Forbes Board Room from 12:30 to 2:00pm
Call Kim if you require additional information or have questions at (781) 239-3163.