Germantown, MD 20876
Home to a richly diverse community of more than 6,000 students, the Germantown Campus offers a wide range of courses and programs and is proud to host signature programs in biotechnology and cybersecurity. The campus is the site of the Pinkney Innovation Complex for Science and Technology at Montgomery College (PIC MC) which includes the Holy Cross Germantown Hospital.
The Germantown Campus/PIC MC is located in upper Montgomery County, Maryland, just east of I-270.
Printable Germantown Campus Map (PDF, )
Legend of Buildings (as of February 2019)
BE - Bioscience Education Center (Conference Center)
CG - Child Care Center (Center for Early Education (CEE)
GN - Greenhouse
HS - Humanities and Social Sciences Building (Bookstore, Cafeteria, Library, Workforce Development & Continuing Education-WD&CE)
HT - High Technology and Science Center (Globe Hall)
PG - Physical Education Building
PK - Paul Peck Academic and Innovation Building (Germantown Innovation Center)
SA - Student Affairs and Science (Counseling and Advising, Enrollment Services, Financial Aid Office, Public Safety Office, Student Life Office, Welcome Center)
Take I-270 to Exit 15 East (Route 118). Continue to the second traffic light at Observation Drive; turn right onto campus.
A valid Montgomery College parking permit is required. Visitor permits can be obtained from the Welcome Center in SA 100, and from the Office of Safety and Security in SA 282.
Take Red Line to Shady Grove Station and transfer to Ride-On Route 55 to on-campus stop.
The campus is served by Ride-On Bus with connections to Metrorail.
Get a feel for life on the Germantown Campus. Explore the campus right from your computer or mobile device through our virtual tour—click below to launch. You can also sign up for an in-person guided tour.
Student Affairs and Science (SA) Building, Room 100, Lobby
Admissions and registration help, campus tours, and more.
The Germantown Campus's academic learning centers offer tutoring, workshops, technology access, review sessions, quiet study areas, and more. The learning centers require you to bring identification with you in order to use their facilities. You must bring a valid MC ID with the current registration sticker.
The Office of Student Life wants you to get involved on campus! Join one of the dozens of student clubs (or start your own), get involved in student government, check out the student-run campus newspaper, and learn more about leadership and service-learning opportunities.
- Office of Public Safety
Student Affairs and Science (SA) Building, Room 282
- Office of Enrollment Services
Student Affairs and Science (SA) Building, Room 109
- Office of Financial Aid
Student Affairs and Science (SA) Building, Room 110
- Counseling and Advising Office
Student Affairs and Science (SA) Building, Room 172 (by appointment only)
- Assessment Center
Student Affairs and Science (SA) Building, Room 132
- Academic Departments
- Parking Portal