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Whether you know what you'd like to study or you’re exploring the possibilities, it starts by applying and registering. You can apply online or visit one of our campuses to speak to an admissions representative and apply in person. And you can view class schedules and programs online.Skip section
From completing your admissions application to enrolling and attending class, here are the steps to become an MC student.
If you're already admitted to MC or if you've taken a class on any campus, you don't need to apply again. Find out how to register for credit and noncredit courses.
Get help navigating the admissions and enrollment process. Contact a recruiter, attend an information session, watch our video tutorials, and learn more in our resources for future students.
Special Admissions Audiences
Our Dual Enrollment Program allows select students to enroll in college courses while still attending high school.
The Dual Enrollment Program is available to advanced high school students. Select students are enrolled in college courses while still attending high school, providing an educational experience beyond what is available at the secondary level. High school juniors and seniors who meet the College's Dual Enrollment (DE) standards may enhance their schedule with college course work and experience the independence of college-level study while also earning college credit.
If you're a student at another college/university, you can take classes at Montgomery College to transfer back to your home school.
Montgomery College welcomes a large number of visiting students from other colleges and universities each semester. See our resources for visiting students for the steps you should follow to enroll and register.
MC is proud to welcome students from 160 countries around the world.
Our International Coordinators work with students on every step of the admissions and enrollment process. For more information, see our Resources for International Students
Montgomery College provides a welcoming environment for veterans and service members who are transitioning into college.
We're honored to have students who are veterans of the armed forces, active-duty service members, reservists, and guardsmen.
Our dedicated team of coordinators will work with you to help you achieve your educational goals and make sure you are receiving the VA education benefits to which you are entitled, and our Combat to College program provides academic and social support opportunities for veterans and military service members. See our Veterans and Military section for more information.