Public Records

As of January 1, 2017 a new public records law took effect in Massachusetts. You can access information about the new law on the Secretary of State’s website.

In compliance with this law, Massasoit Community College provides the most commonly requested public records including:

  • Annual Budget

  • Annual Financial Statements
  • Open Bids
    • Bid 2019-04 Recycled Paper
      Massasoit Community College, an agency of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, invites bids from qualified vendors to supply multi-purpose and other papers with 30%, 50% and 100% recycled content.
    • Bid 2019-05 Marketing and Advertising Services
      Massasoit Community College (MCC) is seeking to engage the services of a firm that will assist MCC in the development and execution of a marketing and advertising communications plan. The successful firm will help to chart the next phase of the communications course and identify message and channels based on college priorities with an annual volume not to exceed $300,000.00.
  • Bid Awards
    • Bid #2018-03 Management of Campus Dining Operations
      It is Massasoit Community College’s intent to award Bid #2018-03 Management of Campus Dining Operations to Lessing’s Food Service Management subject to Massasoit Community College Board of Trustee approval.
    • Bid 2019-01 Hamilton-G5 Modular High-end Ventilation Solution
      This bid has closed and was awarded to Hamilton Medical, Inc., the awarded amount was $41,196.14
    • Bid 2019-02 Dining Hall/Enrollment Center/Student Life Buildout
      This bid has closed and was awarded to the Nadeau Corporation, the awarded amount was $1,384,980
    • Bid 2019-03 ADA Compliance Site work Improvements
      This bid has closed and was awarded to Ricon Construction, the awarded amount was $661,931.

Federal, State and Municipal Grants Awarded

How to Request Public Records

If the records you are searching for are not available on this site, you can request those records by contacting the Massasoit Community College Records Access Officer. A request for public records should include:

  • Description of specific records being requested
  • Date parameters for the public records being requested
  • Name of person or organization requesting the public records
  • The requesting person’s/organization’s contact information

Within 10 business days of receipt of the request, you will either receive the record or will be contacted in writing. Written responses will be to acknowledge the request and provide a date the records will be available, to deny the request with an explanation of the denial, or to ask for further clarification.

Please keep in mind the college’s response time will depend on the number of public record requests being processed by the college, how many records are responsive to the request, how old the records being requested are, and how specific the request is.

Records Access Officer
Sarah Yunits
508-588-9100 x 1846
Email Sarah

To Submit a Public Records Request
or for Questions or More Information:

Submit Public Records Request

View Guideline s (PDF)

Massachusetts Public Records Information

COMMBUYS is the official procurement record system for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Executive Departments. COMMBUYS offers free internet-based access to all public procurement information in order to promote transparency, increase competition, and achieve best value for Massachusetts taxpayers.

CTHRU is the Office of the Comptroller’s new transparency site for state spending and payroll. It provides spending data going back to fiscal year 2010 and payroll data back to calendar year 2010 through present for most state agencies.
Employee Salaries (posted to the MA Comptroller's CTHRU website)

Documents and Other Info