Whether you are considering Montco as your home for the next year or two, looking to start a new career or want to get an early start to college while still in high school, we are ready to help you reach your educational goals.

Why Montco?

Green circle icon with white arrows pointing left and right We offer a number of class formats – online, on-campus and hybrid – to fit your schedule
Purple icon of person teaching to a class An average class size of 14 means more personalized attention from dedicated faculty
Red circle icon with white piggy bank You could save up to $30,000 per year by earning your associate’s degree here before transferring to a 4-year school**
Orange icon with white arrows circling a graduation cap With numerous transfer opportunities to explore, you can seamlessly transfer from Montco to one of our four-year partner schools
Dark red icon with outline of a white backpack Get a head start! High school students can earn college credits before they receive a diploma when participating in our Dual Enrollment program.

 


 

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Find the classes that fit your schedule

Summer Session Start date End date
14-week session 5/16/22 8/27/22
6-week session I 5/16/22 6/28/22
10-week session 6/6/22 8/18/22
6-week session II 7/7/22 8/17/22
Fall Semester Start date End date
15-week session 8/31/22 12/20/22
7-week session I 8/31/22 10/19/22
7-week session II 10/26/22 12/18/22

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**Based on full-time, average tuition of private nonprofit 4-year universities.

SRT classes successfully move online

While the COVID-19 pandemic closed MCCC’s physical campuses, it didn’t stop our faculty and students.