Honors, Scholars, and Entrepreneurial Programs
Montgomery College honors, scholars, and entrepreneurial programs create exciting
and academically rewarding experiences for students. They allow students to discover
their talents and interests through courses, seminars, independent study, internships,
service-learning opportunities, and social and cultural activities. Find out more about the general honors programs at MC.
Macklin Business Institute
The Gordon and Marilyn Macklin Business Institute is a competitive, college-wide program.
It offers business students the chance to pursue honors work in business, economics,
Southern Management Leadership Program
The Southern Management Leadership Program is a three-year scholarship and educational
program. It supports, develops, and graduates ethical leaders who want to energize
and give back to their local communities. Students complete their associate's degree
at MC and their bachelor's degree at the University of Maryland, College Park.
Support Programs and Learning Centers
Collegewide Academic Support Programs
Achieving Collegiate Excellence and Success (ACES) is a collaborative effort between
MC, MCPS, and the Universities at Shady Grove. It provides a seamless path to a bachelor's
degree. ATPA is our Achieving the Promise Academy. This collegewide academic program
keeps students on track to complete their degrees.
A mentor–a peer, a teacher, a staff member–can provide support and direction to help
you succeed at MC and beyond. Find out about the Peer Mentoring Program, Boys to Men
(BTM), Sister 2 Sister, and more.
Academic learning centers are located on each campus. They offer tutoring, workshops,
technology access, review sessions, and other services and support. All of this helps
students meet the rigors of academic coursework.
What People are Saying
It makes me incredibly proud and grateful to be at an institution that thrives on
diversity and inclusivity, especially diversity of ideas and inclusive approaches
to solving problems.
Dr. Sanjay Rai, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs | Read More