Coronavirus: What You Need to Know
Montgomery College Is Open Remotely –
Access to All Campuses Is Restricted
Status for current and upcoming semesters:
Spring 2021: Most classes are fully online. Students in certain programs may come to campus for some face-to-face classes. Many 7-week classes begin March 29. Search for classes and register.
Summer 2021: Most classes will be fully online. Students in certain programs may come to campus for some face-to-face classes. Summer course offerings will be posted March 22.
Fall 2021: The fall semester will begin with most classes fully online. Students in certain programs may come to campus for some face-to-face classes. Fall course offerings will be posted April 12.
- If you start a class online, it will remain online. Classes will not switch from online to face-to-face in the middle of the semester.
- Classes that begin face-to-face may switch to online format for health and safety reasons.
- Classes that start in the second half of the fall semester may be face-to-face if health conditions allow.
Most noncredit courses are fully online until further notice. Noncredit courses run year-round with classes starting weekly. See noncredit course schedules and register.
Until further notice:
- Students, faculty, and staff should not come to campus unless approved to do so.
- Continue remote work, with limited on-site work for approved positions in phases/staggered shifts.
- Practice social distancing.
- If on campus, you must wear a face covering that covers the nose, mouth, and chin
at all times. The only exceptions are while eating or drinking (during which you must
maintain social distance from others).
- A plastic face shield alone or a face covering with a valve is not an acceptable form of a face covering.
- Spaces under direct control of contractors (e.g., Leggett Building) are under the control of the general contractor's COVID-19 protocols. MC employees who must visit contractor-controlled sites must adhere to MC face-covering protocols.
- All College-sponsored travel is restricted.
- No facilities or athletic field rentals or community use.
- No student-sponsored events hosted on College campuses.
- Student Guidance: Resources and information on classes, student services, emergency financial assistance, and more.
- Faculty Guidance: Faculty resources and information on remote instruction.
- Employee Guidance: Resources and information on working from home, time sheets, essential personnel, and more.
- Health and Safety: Resources and information.
- Communications: Memos and videos from the Office of the President, as well as College memos and updates.
- Resilient MC: MC’s approach to health and safety, decision-making, and details about the steps Montgomery College is taking to help keep you safe.
- FAQs: Frequently asked questions and answers for students, faculty, and employees.
County, State, and Federal Resources: External information on health, parenting, rent relief, and other topics.
A Message From the President
Throughout the ongoing pandemic, Montgomery College has prioritized the health and safety of its students and employees above all else. As we move into the next phase of teaching, learning, and working, this will continue to guide all of our decisions about the structure of our education programs and delivery of key services. Read more of the message from Dr. DeRionne Pollard and find out more about Resilient MC.
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