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 Welcome to MassBay Community College.

Enroll at MassBay

Register in-person with convenient hours on both Wellesley Hills and Framingham campuses:

Mon. – Thurs.: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Fri.: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
 

Spring 2016

MassBay is no longer accepting admissions applications for certificate or degree programs beginning in Spring 2016. However, students can still register to take second 8-week courses, which begin March 21, during the Spring Semester. New students can register as Non-Degree Students through the Enrollment Center. Please note that financial aid is not available for non-degree students.

Returning students can register in-person or online on baynavigator.massbay.edu using their User ID and password.


There are many options to get you started on your dreams at MassBay. Find your path below.

New to MassBay seeking a Degree or Certificate:

  1. APPLY online.
    Can’t apply online? Click here for paper options.
    Information for international students
  2. APPLY for financial aid after reviewing this information.
  3. Consult with the Student Accounts Office for information on payment.
  4. Determine if you need Placement Testing.
  5. Attend an IN-PERSON or ONLINE SOAR Orientation -
    If you attend an online orientation, you will still need to register for classes.

Seeking courses For-Credit (but not seeking a degree or certificate):

Non-Credit courses:

Currently enrolled at MassBay & seeking admission to a Degree or Certificate Program:

Currently enrolled at MassBay and admitted to a Degree or Certificate Program:

  1. Talk to an academic advisor to plan your course schedule. Explore both the Winter Intersession and Spring Semester courses online at mbccweb.massbay.edu.
  2. Set up a payment plan.
  3. Register for classes, in person or online.

TO REGISTER ONLINE: Visit baynavigator.massbay.edu Log-in using your USER ID and PASSWORD.

 

Selective Admission: Applicants to Health Sciences Programs

Framingham Campus Admissions Office, 19 Flagg Drive

MassBay has an open admissions policy. However, to be considered for admission to complete the Associate of Science degree in Nursing or Radiologic Technology programs, and for admission to complete Allied Health program certificates in Practical Nursing, Surgical Technologist, Central Processing Technology, Emergency Medical Technician, Paramedic or Phlebotomy, applicants need to submit a program specific application and be accepted into the respective program.

These programs are competitive and selective due to factors such as the number of faculty, the accreditation requirements and, in some cases, a limited number of clinical sites. Applicants are required to complete all program application requirements by the published application deadlines. For additional information on applying to one of the Health Sciences programs, please visit MassBay Selective Admissions webpage.


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