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Academic Services

Mount Washington College is committed to providing students with the academic support they need to help them achieve success. In addition to our facilities, students have access to several other resources to help them get the most out of their college experience.


Mount Washington College offers library services through the K.W.G. Memorial Library, including a variety of electronic resources.

Click here to learn more about our Library services and find contact and login information. 

Academic Skills Center

The Center is dedicated to offering programs and services that will give each student the opportunity to succeed at Mount Washington College and in his or her chosen career. Services are for both day and continuing education populations and include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Nationally Certified Peer Tutoring Program
  • Computerized Basic Skills Assessments
  • Assistance for students on academic probation 
  • Services for students with documented disabilities


If you need extra academic assistance, you can arrange for tutoring through the Academic Skills Center. Faculty and peer tutors are available to help prepare you for exams, assist with term papers, or sharpen your skills. Tutoring schedules are available at each instructional location

Academic Appeals Process

For more information about Mount Washington College's Academic Appeals Process, please refer to the Catalog.

Disabilities Coordinator Contact Information

Tina Underwood
Director, Academic Skills Center
3 Sundial Avenue
Manchester, New Hampshire 03103
Tel: 603.296.6394

Hours of Operation

Monday through Thursday: 7:30 am to 8:00 pm
Friday: 7:30 am to 4:00 pm

The hours of operation may be modified to accommodate the needs of students, especially around mid-terms and finals.

Graduation Requirements and Information

In order to graduate, students must meet the following requirements:

  • Earn the required total number of credit hours for the program and pass all required courses with minimum grades as prescribed in the catalog
  • Complete all required coursework within the maximum time frame permitted and obtain a minimum CPGA of 2.0 (some courses require a minimum percentage for successful completion; review the program section of the catalog for specific details on the program)
  • Satisfactorily complete the residency requirement
  • Complete a Petition to Graduate
  • Return all property belonging to the College
  • Fulfill all financial obligations to the College and attend Career Services and Financial Aid exit interviews

Commencement Ceremony

While graduation requirements may be completed during any semester or term, the Commencement Ceremony is held each year in May. If you are planning to attend the Commencement Ceremony, you must file a Petition to Graduate in the office of the registrar by March 1 of the graduation year. Students must meet with their Academic Advisors on an ongoing basis to ensure progress toward fulfilling all graduation requirements. For more information regarding the ceremony, please contact the office of the registrar.

Commencement Ceremony Attendance Policy

Students who wish to participate in the May Commencement Ceremony must meet with their Academic Advisor to complete a Petition to Graduate form. The actual degree is not granted until after the student satisfactorily completes the courses that fulfill graduation requirements.


The Registrar's Office manages grade collection; Satisfactory Academic Processing (SAP); Dean's and President's list postings; academic policy and procedure interpretation, implementation, and distribution; and all graduation processes.

The Registrar's Office oversees:

  • Outgoing transcripts (click here for the Transcript Request form)
  • Enrollment verifications
  • Address/name changes
  • Conferral of degree processing and diploma mailing
  • VA processing and certification

Contact the Registrar's Office at For a complete list of forms and resources, click here.