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Share Your MassBay News!

If you are a member of our faculty, staff, or student body and would like to get the word out about your personal achievements or campus news, events, or actvities, please contact the Marketing department at marketing@massbay.edu.

Student Development

Coronavirus/COVID-19 Pandemic: Service Update

 

We are here for you!

Student Development is currently offering 100% remote services to MassBay students.

Please click the specific department or program link below for information on how to receive services and support. 

Math + Science Center

A student serving group of professional learning specialists in math and science who work with students on their individual learning goals.

Reading + Writing Center

Professional learning specialists support and engage diverse MassBay students to develop as competent and self-confident academic readers and writers.

Academic Achievement Center Policies

MassBay Academic Achievement Center policies are designed to provide the highest level of support while helping students become independent learners.

Academic Achievement Center

MassBay offers academic and social support to those who have physical and intellectual disabilities.

MassBay Students to Attend National Conference Regarding Hunger Issues

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

MassBay Community College’s Student Development, Student Government Association and the Division of Humanities and Social Sciences recently held a student essay contest around hunger issues.

Bookstore

How to Order Textbooks

When should I order my textbooks?

Classes begin Tuesday, September 7, 2021, students should start to order their textbooks as soon possible.  Please allow for extra time for shipping, as students cannot use curbside pick-up for textbooks.

How do I order my textbooks on the MassBay Bookstore Website?

President Podell: Letter in Support of DACA

Friday, September 8, 2017

MassBay is a community of learners that welcomes all students. We consider our diversity to be critical to our identity.

Tuition + Fees

2021/2022

Massachusetts Schools Cost
Comparison List

Resident Tuition — $224 per credit. This includes $24 for Tuition, $30 for the Technology Fee and $170 for the All College Fee.

Non-Resident Tuition — $430 per credit. This includes $230 for Tuition, $30 for the Technology Fee and $170 for the All College Fee.

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