Montgomery College Today
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Montgomery College Today” is a news magazine show that features Montgomery College’s own unique people, places and programs. The 30-minute show is hosted by Elizabeth Homan, Montgomery College media relations director. 

Montgomery College Today airs each week at the following times:

Monday - Sunday at 6 a.m.
Monday - Saturday at Noon
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday at 8 p.m.
at 9 p.m.
Thursday at 9:30 p.m.
Sunday-Thursday at 11 p.m.


Montgomery College celebrated the opening of its new pedestrian bridge, which crosses the CSX/WMATA tracks to connect the main Takoma Park Campus with the expanded section in south Silver Spring.  

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Montgomery College Pedestrian Bridge Opening



Montgomery College received a prestigious grant from the National Science Foundation to support the development of a world-class biotechnology education and training program that will serve students at all levels. 

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NSF Grant

National Science Foundation 

Germantown Life Sciences and Technology Park

Three recent Montgomery College graduates won top honors for their research paper presentations at Beacon 2004, which is a conference for student scholars at two-year colleges. 

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Montgomery College’s Beacon Scholars


Five Montgomery College students were recently honored for their selection as members of the 2004 All-Maryland Academic Team, a recognition program.

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Montgomery College All-Maryland Academic Team members

All-USA Academic Team for community colleges


Montgomery College recently celebrated its 57th Annual Commencement, honoring graduates from its three campuses – Rockville, Germantown, and Takoma Park – along with apprenticeship graduates in Workforce Development and Continuing Education programs. 

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Montgomery College Celebrates 2004 Commencement



Joey Larman, a stay-at-home father, graduated from Montgomery College with a 4.0 grade point average and the honor of being named a Montgomery College Board of Trustees Scholar from the Rockville Campus.

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Montgomery College Celebrates 2004 Commencement



Montgomery College graduate Dede Adomayakpor received a highly competitive Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship, which will award up to $30,000 for tuition, fees, books, room and board, during each of her next two years at a four-year college.  

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Dede Adomayakpor named Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholar

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation



Currently, the College has more than 170 countries represented in its student body, including recent graduate Patricia Rogers from Liberia.

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International Student (I-20) Admissions and Registration information

Information about Montgomery College student enrollment


Montgomery College honored several of its successful alumni, former athletes and coaches at its 2004 Outstanding Alumni Awards Dinner and Athletic Hall of Fame Induction. 

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Montgomery College Alumni Award recipients



Montgomery College student Sarah Silberman is still learning and creating art at the young age of 95 years old. 

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Sarah Silberman’s recent
Montgomery College award

Silberman’s sculptures will be on display in her first solo exhibition at Montgomery College’s Rockville Campus Art Gallery from October 4-22.  For more information, call 240-567-5115 or log on to the art department’s webpage at



Since 1976, Montgomery College’s Board of Trustees has had a student member, who serves a one-year term. 

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Montgomery College Board of Trustees

2003-2004 Student Trustee, Ryan McGoff

2004-2005 Student Trustee, Kanika Hughley

In sports, Bobby Alexander, a former point guard for the Rockville Campus men’s basketball team, was chosen for the NJCAA All-American Basketball Team.  And, Montgomery College athletic teams continued to shine in competition. 

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Montgomery College-Rockville Men’s Basketball team

Athletics at Montgomery College


For general information about Montgomery College, please call 240-567-5000.  To learn more about the stories on the “Montgomery College Today” show, click on the links above. For additional information, e-mail Elizabeth Homan at