Montgomery College, Maryland's oldest community college, in Montgomery County, Maryland, has earned a reputation as one of the best community colleges in the nation by applying a winning formula: excellence in teaching; innovative partnerships; and unrivaled leadership. Montgomery College has developed a strong reputation throughout the state of Maryland - and nationally - for its high-quality, comprehensive academic programs, nationally recognized professors, successful graduates, and responsiveness to community and business needs.
Since 1946, Montgomery College has grown from borrowed classroom space into a high-quality, comprehensive multi-campus learning community serving the educational and resource needs of one of the nation's most educated and affluent counties. At the same time, it has built upon its ability to focus on the individual needs of each student - whether it is the 17-year old high school graduate or the 40-year old professional.
A firm commitment to student success at every level of the educational process guides Montgomery College's academic programs and related services. The College recruits students from all walks of life and cultures to enroll and increase their chances for personal, academic, and career success.
Today, more than 100 degree and certificate programs prepare students to earn an associate's degree, transfer to a four-year college or university, enter the job market, upgrade career skills, complete an apprenticeship, or enhance life through enrichment experience. The College offers day, evening, and weekend courses to meet the needs of its diverse student body. Montgomery College is widely recognized for the quality and scope of its academic programs in the liberal arts sciences, business, and technologies. Complemented by a comprehensive Workforce Development & Continuing Education program, the College seeks to offer students a well-defined path to personal and career success and enrichment.
Montgomery College (MC) has three conveniently located campuses, as well as off-campus sites and a Workforce Development & Continuing Education (WD & CE) division, all in Montgomery County.
The Rockville Campus is the largest MC campus. It offers approximately 14, 000 students more than 6,000 courses in more than 40 curricula. The programs are supported by a physical plant that has 18 buildings that are accessible and well-appointed, with a convenient community center that welcomes public service events and offers a kaleidoscope of cultural and artistic activities.
The Takoma Park Campus is located at the edge of Washington, D.C., the College's oldest campus, is home to more than 4,500 students. It offers programs in information science, mathematics, nursing, fine arts, and the sciences. This campus and its urban community are working cooperatively to expand facilities, services, and programs to meet fast-changing business and community health needs.
The Germantown Campus, the newest of the three campuses, serves more than 4,000 full-and part-time day, evening, and weekend students. It offers programs in high technology and science and mathematics, humanities and social sciences, physical education, and applied sciences.
The Workforce Development & Continuing Education division offers a wide range of credit and non-credit educational offerings. WD & CE offers more than 1,500 courses, including high-quality non-credit courses in more than 20 program areas, and selected credit courses offered through a variety of off-campus locations, telecourses, two-way interactive locations, and online courses.
Montgomery College employees enjoy excellent paid sick and annual leave and holiday benefits (including time off for the winter break between Christmas and New Years); medical, dental, life and retirement plans; medical and dependent care reimbursement plans; tax sheltered annuities; employer-paid training, education assistance; tuition waiver for full-time staff and their spouse and dependents; sabbatical and professional development leave; wellness program; convenient locations throughout Montgomery County, Maryland; and much more.
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Montgomery College is an equal employment employer, committed to fostering a diverse academic community among its student body, faculty, and staff.