About Massachusetts Bay Community College
Massachusetts Bay Community College is a publicly supported associate degree and certificate-granting institution. The College was founded in 1961 and is one of fifteen community colleges under the supervision of the Board of Higher Education. MBCC operates two campuses. The Wellesley HIlls Campus is located one mile west of the intersection of Routes 128 and 9, approximately 10 miles west of Boston. The Framingham Campus is located near downtown Framingham, off Routes 126 and 9. MBCC offers career and transfer associate degree and certificate programs as well as opportunities for part time study and personal and professional enrichment through non-credit courses.
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Massachusetts Bay Community College
Community and Corporate Education
50 Oakland Street
Wellesley Hills, MA 02481