Learn more about Middlesex Community College’s fall-semester programs at two walk-in admissions and information sessions to be held at the Bedford and Lowell campuses.

The Bedford campus session will be held on Aug. 22 from 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the Bedford Campus Enrollment Center (Building 9), 591 Springs Road.

The Lowell session will be held on Aug. 23 from 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the City Building lobby, 33 Kearney Square.

Middlesex admissions representatives will be present at both information sessions. Interested students will be able to apply for admission to the college, receive academic planning services and register for courses, all in one visit. Transfer counseling will also be available. Transfer students should bring their transcripts.

Get more information about MCC’s 79 degree and certificate programs and financial aid, as well as info about academic counseling, tutoring, career counseling, disability support and special programs.

Find out why it’s smart to begin your bachelor’s degree at Middlesex. Hear about the many transfer options with four-year colleges and universities.

For more information about MCC’s fall-semester programs and our walk-in admissions sessions, call 1-800-818-3434, e-mail: or visit our Web site:

Middlesex Community College makes it easy to earn an associate’s degree totally online. Through Middlesex Interactive, the college’s comprehensive online learning network, students can obtain a degree completely online or combine online and on-campus course options. MCC also offers many credit and noncredit online courses.

Ten years ago, Middlesex joined the pioneers of distance education by launching the college’s first online course in English composition. Last year, nearly 3,500 MCC students enrolled in at least one of the 111 online courses and five programs of study offered totally online, or in one of the college’s 25 hybrid courses, which combine online and on-campus teaching methods. All Middlesex online faculty members are specially trained to offer courses online.

“Learning online has quickly become one more way for Middlesex students to go to college at times that are most convenient for them,” said Michael Badolato, MCC’s dean of academic resources and instructional technology. “Although online learning is exceptionally flexible and individualized, it also demands a fair amount of discipline. Middlesex’s online courses are of the same quality and carry the same credit as traditional on-campus courses.”

For more information about Middlesex Interactive and online education opportunities, call 1-800-818-3434.