Coronavirus Response and Return to Campus
Montgomery College is beginning a gradual shift back to on-campus, in-person operations.
For Students: We are moving toward offering more in-person classes and student services. Many fall classes will still be fully online, but classes that focus on hands-on skills and learning experiences will meet on campus. Most lab sections are scheduled on-campus for the fall semester.
For Employees: Faculty and staff have begun a gradual return to campus. All staff employees are required to work on site at least two days a week.Return to Campus: Plans and Guidelines
Montgomery College requires COVID-19 vaccinations for all employees and students. Employees must submit proof of vaccination by November 8 and students must submit proof of vaccination by January 7. Learn more about the vaccination requirements.
Campus Vaccination and Testing Sites
- Rockville: Counseling and Advising Building (CB). Testing available daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Vaccines available on Wednesdays only. Walk-ins welcome; appointments available for vaccinesnew window and testing.new window
- Takoma Park/Silver Spring: Charlene R. Nunley Student Services Center (ST), 1st floor. Vaccines only (no testing). Open Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Walk-ins only.
- Germantown: Bioscience Education Center (BE). Vaccines only (no testing). Open daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Walk-ins welcome; appointments availablenew window.
Booster shots are available at all locations. Please visit the Montgomery County websitenew window to determine if you are eligible or to schedule an appointment.
Text your ZIP code to 438829 to receive a list of vaccine locations nearest to you. En Español: Envíe su código postal por mensaje de texto al número 822862 para recibir una lista de los centros de vacunación más cercanos a usted.
Return to Campus
Return to Campus: Plans and guidelines for our phased shift back to on-campus, in-person operations:
Student Guidance: Resources and information on return to campus planning, classes, student services, emergency financial assistance, and more.
Employee Guidance: Information on the return-to-campus plans and requirements.
Communications: Memos and videos from the Office of the President, as well as College memos and updates.
County, State, and Federal Resources: External information on health, parenting, rent relief, and other topics.
HEERF Grants: Details and reports on our HEERF grants (CARES Act, CRRSAA, and ARPA).
Face coverings (masks) are required for all individuals (employees, students, contractors, and guests) who are indoors, regardless of their vaccination status. The College has reinstituted the mask requirement following new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and in consultation with MC’s Return-to-Campus Advisory Committee. See Health and Safety Procedures for more information.
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. See Resilient MC.
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