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Montgomery County Community College

Montgomery County Community College in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania is the first stop in your quest to begin an exciting and rewarding career in your chosen field. In two years or less, you can earn an associate�s degree or certificate that will signify all the hard work you�ve put into becoming academically successful.

Location

Address
340 Dekalb Pike
City
Blue Bell
State
PA

Contact Information

Stats

Total Undergrad enrollment
13122
In State Tuition Fees
7500
Out State Tuition Fees
11250
Grade Point Average(GPA)
3
Male Female Ratio
43:57
Acceptance Rate
100%
Student Faculty Ratio
19:01

Additional Information

College Type
Public
Religious Affiliation
N/A
Campus Housing
No
Mascot
Mustangs
Colors
Maroon And Gray
Conference
EPAC

College History

History

Montgomery County Community College in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania is the first stop in your quest to begin an exciting and rewarding career in your chosen field. In two years or less, you can earn an associate�s degree or certificate that will signify all the hard work you�ve put into becoming academically successful. Academic majors include Automotive Technology, Business Administration, Computer Science and Applications, Criminal Justice, Culinary Arts, Dental Hygiene, Emergency Management and Planning, Hotel and Restaurant Management, Medical Laboratory Technician, and Software Engineering. There are also workforce development and continuing education courses. In order to ensure the success of each and every one of their students, Montgomery County Community College has resources like advising, counseling, a wellness center, and learning assistance lab. The children�s center is available for students who are also parents. The career services office can help you find employment during school or after graduation. The transfer center is available for any student who wants to continue their education after they�ve earned their degree or certificate. For information on admissions requirements, tuition costs, or financial aid availability, contact Montgomery County Community College directly.

College Specialty

Specialty

Montgomery County Community College is a place where the future is created, a place where desire and knowledge are combined to yield opportunity. The College is a reflection and a response to the needs and aspirations of those who live, work, and conduct business in Montgomery County and beyond. Grounded in a set of values that teach us to encourage, listen, respect, and treat fairly those whom we serve, those with whom we work, and those who work with us in service, the College strives to ensure that all residents of Montgomery County have access to the highest quality and most affordable higher education possible. Most importantly, the College is dedicated to fostering the growth and success of all we serve. The College believes that learning is a lifelong activity requiring constant adaptation of programs, courses, and learning support services to reflect social, technological, and workforce changes and to ensure that all learners reach their unique goals. Believing in the right of everyone to have access to a quality education, to workforce training, to opportunities for personal and professional growth, and to culture and recreation, the College translates the values of its community and reaches out to it, inviting involvement, offering learning, and fostering understanding. As part of its role in the greater community, the College serves these vital functions. It provides quality associate degree, certificate, and continuing education programs that lead to transfer, employment and/or personal enrichment; It extends the reach of its programs and services, and thus educational opportunity, to meet the learning needs of those who can not readily access collegiate educational opportunities because of academic, physical, economic, cultural, or geographic boundaries; It links with leaders of the region's businesses and industries to assist in developing a vital, current, and educated workforce; It serves as a cultural and recreational destination, presenting opportunities for area residents to attend activities that feature stimulating and popular entertainment and ideas; And, acting as a significant element in a larger regional learning community, the College works with K-12 and university teachers, leaders, and learners to ensure a seamless and successful transition from high school, to the associate degree, to the baccalaureate degree, and beyond. It is through its role as one institution with one set of shared values and principles, yet with multiple physical and virtual points of access that the College works to define itself.

Alumni

Alumni

Marcia Moll Barone - K. William Lowa III - George E. Marin - Lt. Kevin R. McKeon - Patricia A. Nunan - James W. Vlahos, Jr - Alex Moll - Joshua Moyer - Colin J. Nolan

Campus

Campus

Suburban

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