MC is ranked ninth in the nation among community colleges for drawing students from all stages of life into higher education. Read the research in the Washington Post compiled by Washington Monthly Magazine.
MC earned high rankings by Washington Monthly for ease of transfer to four-year schools, flexibility of programs, and services for adult students—all important with 35% of MC students over the age of 25.Skip section
One of the foundations of our academic programs and courses is the ability to take what you learn and effectively apply it in the world.
Everyone at MC has the opportunity to succeed regardless of their background or situation. We provide you with the tools, flexibility, and convenience to make your experience here positive and successful.
We provide educational value both through the excellence of our academic programs and a determined effort to keep our tuition costs low.
We offer the flexibility of three campuses, several off-site locations, and a wide selection of online courses.
Life at MC isn’t all about hitting the books. Students participate in 130 clubs and organizations, including student government, sports, academic and social organizations, and special interest clubs.
MC’s men’s and women’s sports teams consistently score at the top, having won numerous National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) titles in soccer, basketball, baseball, and track and field.
There’s a reason why Montgomery College has been in the New York Times’ list of best community colleges in the country—the strength and dedication of our accomplished faculty.