Counseling and Advising
Counseling and Advising
We want you to succeed at Montgomery College. Our counselors and advisors work closely with students to help them meet their personal, career, and educational goals.

Counseling faculty help students with their personal, career, and educational goals and assist students with selecting the courses that are right for them. Counselors also teach student success courses, such as First Year Seminar, and provide interventions and support when students need help. 

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First Year Experience

Orientations, seminars, events, and more to help new students get started at MC.

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Academic Advising and Planning

 Our advisors help you choose classes and map out a successful college experience.  

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Transfer Advising and Opportunities

Planning is key to a successful transfer.

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Counseling and Advising Office Locations
Germantown

Sciences and Applied Studies Building
Room 250
240-567-7734

Rockville

Counseling Building
Room 215
240-567-5063

Takoma Park/Silver Spring

Nunley Student Services Building
Room 233 (2nd Floor)
240-567-1480

Resources
Disability Support Services

New students must self-identify to DSS in order to begin the process for accommodations and services.

Career Services for Students

Explore career information, find internships, and get help with your job search. 

Personal Counseling

Struggling with school, career, or personal issues? We can help. 

 
Special Programs
Veterans and Military Members
Veterans and Military Members
MC provides resources and services for veterans and active/reserve servicemembers, including Combat2College, a program offering academic and social support to veterans.
International Students
International and ESL Students
MC is proud to welcome students from all over the world. Our coordinators assist international students in every step toward becoming an MC student.
High School Students
High School Students 
High school juniors and seniors can experience the independence of college-level study while also earning college credit.
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