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 New Canton Campus Shuttle Service Announced!

New Canton Campus Shuttle Service Announced!

Beginning March 3, 2014, members of Massasoit’s Canton campus community looking for alternative transportation to the college campus will be able to utilize a newly developed shuttle service. The bus will depart from the Holbrook/Randolph commuter rail station to the Canton campus with stops at Randolph High School and The Lodge. The first pick up at the rail station is 7:15am and the second at 8:40am. The two return trips leaving the Canton campus for Randolph and Canton are 2pm and 4pm.

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The service will also be available from the Canton rail stations to the Canton campus. The first morning pick up at Canton Junction is 7:30am and Canton Center at 7:40am. The second pick up is 8:30am at Canton Junction and 8:40am at Canton Center. This service is offered free of charge.

 NEW - Basic Emergency Medical Technician

NEW - Basic Emergency Medical Technician

This 172-hour MA accredited certificate program is designed to prepare students to function in the field as pre-hospital care providers. The curriculum follows National Standard Curriculum and meets and/or exceeds the Massachusetts Department of Public Health Office of Emergency Medical Services (OEMS) requirements. Through classroom and hands-on training, students learn how to manage emergencies in the pre-hospital environment including but not limited to: medical, traumatic, obstetric, psychiatric, pediatric, geriatric and environmental emergencies. Successful completion allows the student to sit for State of Massachusetts and National Registry of EMT’s Emergency Medical Technician certification exams.

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 Massasoit Nominated to Apply for National Prize

Massasoit Nominated to Apply for National Prize

Massasoit Community College was one of 150 community colleges nationwide deemed eligible to apply for the third $1 million Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence. We are the only college in Massachusetts nominated to apply for this award, an achievement in itself!

The Prize, awarded every two years, has brought a new level of public attention to community colleges, established new measures of excellence in outcomes for community college students, and illuminated successful practices, which the Aspen Institute is disseminating to help all community colleges improve outcomes for their students.

The Aspen Institute’s expert panel identified its top 150 community colleges through an assessment of institutional performance, improvement, and equity on student retention and completion measures. To ensure full representation of the range and diversity of the sector, adjustments were applied with respect to mission, size, and minority student representation. As you can see from the list of community colleges at, the eligible pool reflects the diversity and richness of community colleges in the United States.

Based on the applications submitted, a selection committee of community college and higher education experts will select 10 community colleges to advance to the next round of the competition based on exceptional student outcomes and data-use in learning, degree completion, equitable outcomes, and employment and earnings. The Aspen Institute will then conduct site visits to these finalist institutions this fall, collecting information that will be used by a Prize Jury to select the winner and finalists with distinction.

Massasoit’s identification as a contender for this prestigious prize is a testament to the hard work and continued efforts of our faculty and staff to help each of our students succeed. This instance is truly one in which it is an honor simply to be nominated, and I thank, and congratulate, you all for your dedication to and support of our students!

 Massasoit Student Wins New Century Scholar Award

Massasoit Student Wins New Century Scholar Award

Massasoit Student, Heather Hilton Wins New Century Scholars Award as Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Grants $100,000 in Scholarships to Community College Students

Brockton, MA - Fifty-one community college students from the United States, Canada, and American Samoa have been named 2014 New Century Scholars – receiving a total of $100,000 in scholarships. Massasoit Student Heather Hilton is one of these students. Ms. Hilton, a resident of Holbrook, MA, is President of Massasoit’s chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, involved in Student Senate, and a two-term Student Trustee. Upon completion of her Associate’s degree this spring, Ms. Hilton intends to continue her education by pursuing the Bachelor’s degree, planning a major in political science. “Heather has overcome incredible obstacles on her path to success, and she is a true testament to the transformative power of the community college and higher education,” says Dr. Charles Wall, president of Massasoit Community College. “I am incredibly proud of Heather’s achievements, and am certain that she has a bright and exciting future.”

The New Century Scholars Program is sponsored by The Coca-Cola Foundation, Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation, Phi Theta Kappa, and the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC). This program and All-USA Community College Academic Team, which is sponsored by Follett Higher Education Group and presented by USA TODAY and Phi Theta Kappa, share a common application and together recognize outstanding community college students. More than 1,700 students were nominated from more than 900 community colleges for recognition. Judges consider grades, leadership, activities, and most importantly, the ways in which students extend their intellectual talents beyond the classroom.

New Century Scholars are the highest-scoring students in each state; two additional students are chosen as New Century Scholars, one student from Canada and one student from among the remaining seven sovereign nations where Phi Theta Kappa is represented internationally. Each Scholar will receive a $2,000 scholarship and be recognized at the AACC Convention in Washington, D.C in April.

“We appreciate the support of the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation and The Coca-Cola Foundation to recognize the outstanding academic achievement and leadership accomplishments of these outstanding community college students,” said Phi Theta Kappa’s Executive Director, Dr. Rod Risley. “These scholarships provided by organizations like Coca-Cola make the goal of college completion possible – especially during these challenging economic times.”

 Commissioner Richard Freeland visits Massasoit

Commissioner Richard Freeland visits Massasoit

Richard Freeland, Massachusetts Commissioner of Higher Education visited the Massasoit Community College Canton Campus on Wednesday, March 12. During his visit, the Commissioner toured the campus and viewed the extensive art collections. He met with President Wall and his Cabinet to discuss the Vision Project and other state initiatives as well as Massasoit’s strong STEM programming, new math initiatives, and retention.


 Massasoit Professor Receives National Honor

Massasoit Professor Receives National Honor

Massasoit Professor Charles Mastrangelo is one of thirty nationwide and the only one from New England to receive the 2014 Distinguished Advisor Award presented by Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. This award is slated to be presented at the annual International Convention in Orlando, Florida to be held April 24-26. Professor Mastrangelo began advising the Alpha Kappa Upsilon Chapter (Massasoit’s chapter) of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society in 2007. He has been committed to supporting students through their journey toward strong academic achievement, civic and social engagement, and charitable activities both on campus and beyond, as well as prepare them for regional and international academic meetings.


 Join the Massasoit Math Team!

Join the Massasoit Math Team!

Members of the Massasoit Math Team will compete in a national contest sponsored by the American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges.

Who is eligible?
Any Massasoit student, full or part time, who has not earned a two-year college or higher degree is eligible to participate.

How does a team member compete?
Two examinations are given during periods in October/November and February/March.
Each test lasts one hour. You may participate in one or both of the rounds during the academic year.

Learn more by contacting
Aziza Hina x1865 T328
Andrea Torres x1615 S105
Kerryn Snyder, x1802, ARC - SC 102

 Free or Reduced Tuition Classes for H.S. Students!

Free or Reduced Tuition Classes for H.S. Students!

Dual Enrollment Applications For Summer & Fall 2014 Can Be Submitted After April 7, 2014 And Registration Starts April 22, 2014

Commonwealth Dual Enrollment Program (CDEP) Fall 2014 Semester. (Free Class)

• Applications for CDEP, (a free class) may be submitted for the Fall 2014 Semester any time starting April 7, 2014 to the Dual Enrollment Coordinator, Admissions Office, Brockton Campus.

• Classes begin on Wednesday, September 3, 2014 and end on December 14, 2014

• Funding will be PENDING state approval and will be limited.

• The CDEP program targets high school students who are first generation college students and/or those interested in pursuing majors in STEM, (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). Students who may not have had the opportunity to participate in an early college experience due to financial circumstances are encouraged to apply.

• Students will be allowed to take one free college course to receive dual credit from the college and the participating high school.

• There will be a limited number of students selected from each participating high school.

• Check the Dual Enrollment website to download the Dual Enrollment Opportunities Brochure for admissions criteria, application and registration procedures.

Massasoit Dual Enrollment Program (MDEP) Available for Summer and Fall 2014 (Reduced Tuition)

• Applications for MDEP, (a reduced tuition program) may be submitted for Summer and Fall 2014 starting April 7, 2014 to the Dual Enrollment Coordinator, Admissions Office, Brockton Campus.

• Summer I Semester begins May 27 and ends on June 26

• Summer II Semester begins July 8 and ends on August 7.

• Fall Semester begins on Wednesday, September 3, 2014 and ends on Sunday December 14, 2014.

• Students may take up to two reduced tuition courses per summer semester.

• Summer Semester students may take courses offered during the day, (summer only), evening or online, as long as there is a minimum of 8 students currently enrolled.

• Fall Semester students may take courses after 4:00pm Monday through Friday, anytime on the weekend or online, as long as there is a minimum of 8 students currently enrolled in the course.

• Tuition Rate is $50.00 per credit hour, plus special course fees, if applicable.

• Check the Dual Enrollment website to download the Dual Enrollment Opportunities Brochure for admissions criteria , and application and registration procedures.

Please check the Dual Enrollment website for admissions criteria, application and registration procedures.

 The Wizard of Oz is coming to Massasoit

The Wizard of Oz is coming to Massasoit

The Wizard of Oz will be Directed and Choreographed by Corinne Mason with Musical Direction by Janice Issa-Wright. Friday and Saturday evening performances May 2, 3, 9 & 10 at 8:00 pm & Sunday matinee performances May 4 & 11 at 3:00 pm.

For tickets call 508-427-1234 or order on-line.
$18 General Admission,
$16 Seniors/Students,
$14 Per Person for Groups of 10 or more.

Available for interview:
Director/Choreographer-Corinne Mason
Baker School Choral Director-Jennifer Sterling

Community Collaboration
The Massasoit Theatre Co. is happy to collaborate with the Mary Baker Elementary School for this production of The Wizard of Oz. The collaboration involves the Fourth and Fifth grade choirs playing the Munchkins in the Munchkin land scene. Ms. Jen Sterling is not only a veteran of the Massasoit stage but she is also the Mary Baker School music teacher and choir conductor. Ms. Sterling has worked closely with the director/choreographer, Ms. Corinne Mason in order to prepare the students for the show. The intention of the collaboration is to expose the students to a full scale theatrical event and invite them to experience the magic of live theatre.

Director/Choreographer - Corinne Mason is a teaching artist, director, choreographer, and actor who received her MA. Ed. in Theatre Education from Emerson College. She began training in dance and performing arts at a young age in the Boston Area, and continued to study in New York City, where she obtained a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre from The American Musical and Dramatic Academy, in conjunction with The New School University. Since returning to Boston, she is committed to directing and teaching performing arts throughout Massachusetts, with organizations such as The Company Theatre, Lyric First Stage program, Wellesley College, Stonehill College, Massasoit Community College, MMAS, and Deborah Mason School of Dance. Corinne has choreographed several shows including her favorites, Spring Awakening (Company Theatre), Lucky Stiff (Lyric First Stage), Das Barbecu (Stonehill College), A Chorus Line (MMAS), and Cabaret (MMAS). Recent directing credits include: The Mystery of Irma Vep (MMAS), The Hiding Place (Company Theatre), and she Assistant Directed Twelfth Night (Lyric First Stage). Corinne is proud to be directing her first show at the Buckley Performing Arts Center.

Mary E. Baker School Choral Director - Jennifer Sterling is the Choral Director and General Music Teacher at the Mary E. Baker School in Brockton, Massachusetts. She has been teaching in the city for 7 years. During this time, Ms. Sterling and the Mary E. Baker School Chorus have done many performances in the community including a family concert with the Brockton Symphony Orchestra, as well as performing at the annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration at Massasoit Community College. Jennifer studied Vocal Music Education and Classical Voice Performance at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, and graduated in 2006 with a degree in Music Education. She has been performing for over 20 years, and has done various shows with area community theaters. Some of her favorite roles have been Ado Annie in Oklahoma, Maria Von Trapp in The Sound of Music, Melpomene in Xanadu, and Gertrude McFuzz in Seussical. Ms. Sterling and her students are very excited to be collaborating with the Massasoit Theater Company for this wonderful production of The Wizard of Oz.

For more information visit
For ticket email us at or call (508) 427-1234.
Box Office Hours- Tues-Fri 10 am-2 pm
For more information contact Theater Director Mark Rocheteau at

The Wizard of Oz is presented through special arrangements with Tams-Whitmark Music Library, Inc.

 Disney College Program accepting applications!

Disney College Program accepting applications!

The Disney College Program is now accepting applications for Fall 2014!

Would you like to experience the magic of Disney while earning money and college credit? The Disney College Program is accepting applications for Fall 2014! As a Disney College Program participant, you'll gain valuable, on-the-job experience in Disney parks and resorts and expand your knowledge in the classroom with students from around the world. To apply, go to the Disney College Program website.

For more information on how to earn credit, contact Professor Peterson in room B108 or at The application period is only open for a limited time, so APPLY NOW!

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