So you're a student at another college/university, and you'd like take classes at Montgomery College to transfer back to your home school?
If so, let us welcome you in advance!
Montgomery College welcomes a large number of visiting students from other colleges and universities each semester.
Follow the steps below to enroll and register. Before you begin, search the class schedule to find the classes you'd like to take.
You only need to apply for admission to MC once, so if you have previously applied to or taken classes at MC, you can skip this step.
Submit official written permission via form or letter from your home college or university.
Submit official written permission via form or letter from your home college or university to PTE@montgomerycollege.edu. (Allow at least two business days to process.) Please include your Montgomery College Student ID number that begins with M. This permission should include the exact classes for which you plan to register at MC (Example: ENGL 101). If you do not have permission to enroll, you will want to bring your official SAT/ACT score report, or have your log-on information to retrieve this information from the College Board/ACT website when you visit MC to seek permission to register. Note: Most MC courses have required assessment levels or prerequisites.
Written permission from your home institution will enable Admissions and Records to override prerequisites and make registration possible.
If you prefer, you can fax the permission to the MC campus that you plan to attend:
- Germantown Admissions and Records FAX: 240-567-7815
- Rockville Admissions and Records FAX: 240-567-5037
- Takoma Park/Silver Spring Admissions and Records FAX: 240-567-1497
Below are links to instructions and/or permission forms from institutions that we routinely receive:
University of Maryland System School
- Frostburg State University
- Salisbury University
- Towson University (PDF, )
- University of Maryland, Baltimore County
- University of Maryland, College Park
- University of Maryland, Eastern Shore
Maryland Private Schools
- Mount St. Mary’s University (PDF, )
Out of State Schools
Payment for classes is due at the time of registration.
- Log on to MyMC to view course offerings, register for classes and pay your balances.
- Be sure to print your class schedule once you have paid for your classes.
- Payment for classes is due at the time of registration. For payment deadlines and information, visit Cost and Payment Deadlines.
- Complete the Advising Questionnaire (online)
Need help adding yourself to a waitlist? Read Waitlist FAQs for more information.
If you need help with MyMC, call 240-567-5000, choose option 1 for English, and then option 2 for MyMC.
A consortium is a written arrangement between institutions used to track a student’s total credit hour enrollment of program of study when a student is simultaneously attending two different institutions or just taking a class at another school for the Summer, Spring,or Fall semester.
- The visiting student is responsible for their bill at the host school (the school, where the student is taking other classes) regardless of receiving financial aid. Montgomery College (MC) usually processed the Agreement within 72 hours, if the visiting student has registered and has pays his/her bill at MC for the semester.
- A Consortium Agreement may allow for additional financial aid eligibility at home school (the school, where the student is receiving his/her degree).
- Note: A student who is just taking classes at MC for the summer while away from home school is considered as a visiting, therefore, the student is ineligible to receive financial aid at Montgomery College.
This can only be done through My MC.
- Once you log-in to MyMC, you can find parking permit information under either; Student Checklists – click on “Get Your Parking Permit” link or, Student Tools - click on the "Parking Permit" link.
- You will be led through steps to order your parking pass, which will be mailed to your home address.
- Be sure to have your vehicle registration information handy.
- Also, be sure to verify your mailing address in MyMC under "My Personal Information" in the "Student Quick Links" section to ensure quickest delivery.
- It is not necessary to obtain a parking permit in the summer.
This may be done the first day of class or as soon as you have made payment arrangements.
Bring your schedule and proof of zero balance from MyMC to the campus you plan to attend. Go to:
- Germantown Student Life: SA Building, Room 186
- Rockville Student Life: Mannakee Building (MK), Room 105
- Takoma Park/Silver Spring Student Life: ST Building, Room 217