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, MC media relations director. 

Montgomery College Today airs each week at the following times:

Monday - Sunday at 6:30 a.m.
Monday - Saturday at noon
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at 6 p.m.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursdays, and Saturday at 11 p.m. 


Montgomery College celebrated the dedication of its newest building on the newly expanded Takoma Park Campus – the Health Sciences Center.

Related Links:
Sciences Center Dedication Ceremony press release


A closer look at the differences between the old health sciences facility and the new Health Sciences Center as seen through the eyes of students and faculty.

Related Links:
Health Sciences Department at Montgomery College


Holy Cross Hospital opened its new Health Center inside Montgomery College’s Health Sciences Center, offering primary care to uninsured or underinsured adults.

Related Links:
Holy Cross Hospital Health Center at Montgomery College

Holy Cross Hospital press release


Dr. Clarence Porter, the vice president and provost of the Takoma Park Campus, talks about the next building planned for the expanded Takoma Park Campus – the Student Services Center – to be completed in 2006.

Related Links:  
Takoma Park Campus Expansion Renderings


Montgomery College recently paid tribute to the J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation with the dedication of the Marriott Hospitality Center on the Rockville Campus.

Related Links:
Marriott Hospitality Center dedication press release

Marriott Hospitality Center


Graduate Nubia Medrano reflects on the hospitality management experience and financial assistance she received at Montgomery College, which enabled her to continue her studies at the Universities at Shady Grove.  

Related Links:
The Universities at Shady Grove


Dr. Mary Furgol, a Montgomery College professor and the director of the Montgomery Scholars honors program, was named 2003 Maryland Professor of the Year by the Council for Support and Advancement of Education and the Carnegie Foundation for the Support of Teaching.

Related Links:
Press release

Montgomery Scholars program at Montgomery College

Council for Support and Advancement of Education

Carnegie Foundation


Nobel Laureate Dr. William Phillips recently visited Montgomery College to share his ground-breaking research into laser trapping and cooling.  Dr. Phillips, a physicist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, shared the 1997 Nobel Prize in Physics with Stanford University’s Steven Chu and Claude Cohen-Tannoudji from France.

Related Links:
Press release

Nobel Prize announcement, biography, and research

National Institute of Standards and Technology


Montgomery College students and the community celebrated the world music of Joanne Shenandoah during the 2nd Annual World Arts Festival.

Related Links:
World Arts Festival

World Music courses at Montgomery College


Montgomery College interior design students showed off their talent in the bathroom they designed for the 2003 National Symphony Orchestra Decorators’ Show House in Washington, D.C.

Related Links:
Press Release

NSO Decorators’ Show House Press Release

Montgomery College Interior Design program


Montgomery College has been selected as one of the first institutions in the nation to replicate a successful program, created at Oregon’s Portland Community College, aimed at helping young people between the ages of 16 and 20, who have either stopped going to school or those on the verge of dropping out, complete high school and receive college credit. 

Related Links:
Press Release

For more information about “Gateway to College” at Montgomery College, call 240-567-4045.


For more than 10 years, the Homer S. Gudelsky Institute for Technical Education has been training and educating students.  Now, the College is looking to expand the facility to provide the necessary training for future generations of technicians. 

Related Links:
For more information, visit Montgomery College Gudelsky Institute's website.

For information about the Gudelsky campaign, contact Donna Hoffacker, campaign director, at 240-567-1722.


After five years in office, Montgomery College President Charlene Nunley reflects on the challenges that the College faces in the years ahead. 

Related Links:
Montgomery College Office of the President


Sports editor Michael Brown takes a look at the highs and lows of the basketball season for the men’s and women’s teams at Montgomery College

Related Links:
Montgomery College Athletics Department


For 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