In these scary and confusing times, it is just as important to take care of your mental health as it is your physical well-being.
Personal Counselors are licensed mental health professionals who support and assist enrolled students as they cope with personal difficulties that are interfering with their academic progress. Personal counseling is confidential, short-term, goal-oriented, and free of charge. Personal counselors can assist students with referrals to outside services in cases where extended therapy or specialized assistance is required.
MCC cares about the health, safety, stability, and success of our campus community. During this especially challenging time, we want to support MCC students dealing with food, housing, or financial insecurity by sharing the following resource information. Surviving COVID-19: A #RealCollege Guide for Students: Click here to read this guide from The Hope Center addresses common needs and offers resources.
WIC is a free nutrition program for qualifying Massachusetts families.
MCC offers many recreational and team sports, wellness related activities and free discounted membership to fitness facilities.
The Coordinator of Essential Needs and Community Resources is available to support MCC students who are dealing with homelessness or housing insecurity by connecting them with relevant/available resources in the community. If you are struggling with housing insecurity, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a virtual meeting to explore options/resources that might be available to you.