At a Glance
Credit students annually: 34,248
Continuing education students
Three campuses: Germantown, Rockville, and Takoma Park/Silver Spring; and Workforce Development and Continuing Education training centers in Gaithersburg, Wheaton, and satellite sites.
One-third of the student body is composed of foreign-born students, with approximately 175 nations represented in the student body.
Montgomery College, established in 1946, is widely recognized for the quality of its academic programs in liberal arts, sciences, businesses, and technology. More than 100 degree and certificate programs prepare students to earn an associate’s degree, transfer to four-year institutions, or enter the workforce. The college has a wide range of career and technical programs, including automotive technology, building trades, radiologic technology and biotechnology.
Among the college's signature academic programs are: Montgomery Scholars, a selective honors program that provides students with a summer study opportunity at the University of Cambridge in England; the Macklin Business Institute Scholars, an honors program for business students; and the Renaissance Scholars, an intensive honors program offered for students in the evenings.
For more information visit the Montgomery College web site or call 240-567-5000.