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Registration Week

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Students, could you use an iPad or a free three-credit course?   Current students who register for spring semester between October 27 - 31 will have their names entered into the random drawing.  Two iPads and one free three-credit course will be given away.  Please see your advisor to register fo

Bistro Meal Tickets

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Bistro Meal Tickets, available in increments of $50 or $10, may be purchased in the Business Office (Room 106).

8-Week Courses Starting Soon!

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Are you looking to pick up some additional credits before the fall semester is over?  WMCC is offering 10 online classes beginning October 27 and ending December 19.  Select courses from the areas of Business Administration, Criminal Justice and Liberal Arts are available.

Student Choice Refunds

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White Mountains Community College wants to offer you a choice in how you get your refund. We know you want your money fast, and you want it your way. Take a look at the choices we offer below. Getting your refund couldn’t be easier or more convenient!
  

Graduate is Chef of the Year

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The best chef in the nation for 2014 is Timothy Prefontaine, a 2000 Culinary Arts graduate of N.H. Community Technical College in Berlin, now White Mountains Community College.  Prefontaine, executive chef at the Fort Worth Club, Fort Worth, Texas, received the title of 2014 U.S.

Bonnie Newman Scholarship

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Jonathan Lam is Newman Scholarship Recipient

Online course expansion

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Online or in the Classroom: An Education that fits Your Lifestyle

White Mountains Community College offers a variety of learning options to fit any learner’s needs

The WMCC Criminal Justice and Public Safety Careers Program for grades 9-10

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White Mountains Community College is pleased to announce the first Criminal Justice/Public Safety Careers program. The program is designed for students in grades 9 and 10.

Welding Classes Scheduled in Littleton

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The Advanced Welding Program at White Mountains Community College will begin classes this September at their Academic Center in Littleton.  The classes will be held in the new Advanced Welder Training unit and will be held two nights a week and every other Saturday.

NH Educator to Serve as Interim President

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Concord, NH – Matthew Wood, a community college administrator and faculty member known for building college enrollment through innovative approaches to postsecondary education, has been appointed interim president of White Mountains Community College (Berlin, NH).  Wood was recommended by Communi

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