Drexel at MCCC Drexel University has re-evaluated its partnerships with regional community colleges, and, as a result, is discontinuing its onsite undergraduate programs at Montgomery County Community College's Central Campus. Instead, Drexel is focusing its efforts on increasing transfer access for community college students.

Impacted programs include Business Administration, Computer Science, and Engineering, as well as a hybrid RN to BSN option. Drexel's online RN to BSN program will remain intact, and Drexel will remain part of the College's University Center framework, through which it offers post-graduate certificates and graduate and doctoral degree programs in Education.

In 2013, more than 230 Montgomery County Community College students and graduates applied or transferred to Drexel – an education pathway that will grow in strength with expanded opportunities and improved affordability for community college students.

Information for Current Drexel @ Montgomery County Community College Students

Drexel University is developing individualized academic plans for each student currently enrolled in one of its onsite programs. Depending on students' majors, options may include completing courses online or completing courses at Drexel's University City campus in Philadelphia. Drexel's hybrid RN to BSN hybrid program will transition to one that is fully online.

Community college graduates who are already enrolled at Drexel will be able to complete their Drexel University education at the 25% discounted tuition rate they would have paid to complete their programs onsite at Montgomery County Community College. Students should contact their Drexel University advisors with questions.

Information for Prospective Drexel @ Montgomery County Community College Students

Many current Montgomery County Community College students majoring in Business Administration, Computer Science, Engineering, and Nursing have expressed interest in transferring to Drexel – which is still an exceptional option! The College has excellent partnerships with a wide selection of four-year colleges and universities throughout our region and beyond, and our Student Success Center team is committed to helping students identify and reach their education and career goals. The College encourages these students to meet with their academic advisors to discuss transfer options.