Unit Professionals play an integral part in furthering the academic mission of Massachusetts’ Community Colleges.
In our many roles, we foster student success, ensure progress in retention and graduation rates, and provide innovative leadership. As members of the MCCC, we support our union’s efforts in organizing, legislative advocacy and collective bargaining.
Please feel free to contact us at anytime. If there are any issues that you want us to address, consider filling out our online issues and concerns form. Your comments and suggestions are ALWAYS welcome!
If you are looking for your local representative, go to the Contact Page.
The Unit Professional Committee, MCCC, 27 Mechanic St., Worcester, MA 01608.
The Unit Professional Committee meets four times per year to work on issues that our constituents forward to us. We represent all fifteen campuses and our members are usually elected to the local chapter leadership.
Do you have an issue you’d like us to address? Contact your local chapter Unit Professional representative or fill out our online issues and concerns form. Coming Soon
We are especially interested in your ideas about how future MCCC leadership might address UP issues and concerns.
Remember that the person that is most responsible for contract maintenance and your rights is YOU. Attend Unit Professional and MCCC Chapter Meetings on your campus.
Get involved whenever you can and if a local leadership positions opens up, think about running for this office. Adequate representation is important for not only your rights but for those of all the Unit Pros on your campus!
Call for E-7 Examples
We are rebuilding the database of E7s. This is a very valuable resource for all Unit Professionals who wish to compare and contrast their own E7s with those of other Unit Members. In order to do this we need to collectE-7s from Unit Pros across the fifteen Community Colleges. Please consider sending us a copy.
The E7 is the most important document there is for Unit Professionals. It is your job description, the basis for your annual and post-tenure evaluations, and it provides evidence in the event that you seek a reclassification to a higher grade.
Why Share your E7? By sharing your E7, Unit Pros from across the fifteen campuses can consult examples of other E7s for guidance on constructing their own E7s.