Following Governor Wolf’s announcement on March 30, Montco’s physical campuses will be closed until further notice. The College is closely
monitoring the situation related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) and will continue to
keep you updated as we learn more. We encourage everyone to sign up for our emergency text alerts.
COVID-19 Case Tracker
To support our students and their successes, certain functions of the College will continue to operate remotely. Online resources will remain available.
Montco's plan for spring 2021
The College has determined that most spring 2021 courses will be delivered online – this is for all course instances regardless of duration (15-week, first 7-week, and second 7-week). All academic support services will continue to be provided online.
Hybrid classes on campus
For anyone attending a hybrid class and visiting campus, please review the College's Health and Safety Plan (PDF). A temperature check will be required at all locations. When coming to the Blue Bell campus (map), please enter by Route 202 or Morris Road for temperature taking. At Pottstown a checkpoint will be available at South Hall in the lobby. The checkpoint at the Culinary Arts Institute is setup in the lobby.
Read the latest announcement for Spring 2021.
You may be eligible for emergency financial assistance under the CARES Act: Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund or by generous donations received for emergency aid for Montco students.
We've compiled a list of local and national resources available to you during this stressful time.
For questions about academic and support services, Blackboard and digital support, and more, please refer to our FAQs.
Even though physical locations are closed, we remain entirely focused on helping you succeed.
We understand this is a difficult time within our community. To support any concerns regarding your well-being, learn more about available Health & Wellness resources.
This page is not intended to be all-encompassing and should not be considered to be providing medical or legal advice. In all instances, you should consult with a relevant expert for guidance specific to your circumstances.