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Montgomery County Community College FoundationMontgomery County Community College Foundation
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 con... Read more
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 Montgomery County Community College Foundation serves as the charitable arm of the College and supports the success of its programs.
Founded in 1964, Montgomery County Community College educates approximately 18,500 students as an open-access institution. The College strives to ensure that all people have access to the highest quality and most affordable higher education possible. The College has two full-service campuses, located in Blue Bell and Pottstown, several additional locations, including the Culinary Arts Institute in Towamencin, and numerous e-learning options. Currently, the College offers 82 associate degree and 42 certificate programs in 56 areas of study. Fifty percent of credit students are enrolled in transfer programs, while 38% are enrolled in programs with career-based objectives. At the College, 57% of students are women and 25% are minority students. The average age of a student is 26.