by Alana J. Mauger
There’s still time to enroll in credit courses at Montgomery County Community College this fall. The College is offering a diverse selection of six, seven and 10-week courses that start throughout the month of October at both its Central and West campuses and online.
Late-start courses provide an excellent opportunity for current students to pick up additional credits. Because they are offered in an accelerated format, late-start courses are also popular with working adult students, as well with students who need to fulfill developmental education requirements.
Selections include an assortment of courses in composition, foreign languages, business, marketing, speech, psychology, literature, sociology and computer science, among others. Several one-credit computer courses, such as Intro to PCs, Intro to Web Page Design, and Web Animation, are offered on weekends. In addition, education professionals can earn an ACT 48 credit by enrolling in Teaching with Technology (EDU 120), which runs Thursday evenings from Oct. 4-Dec 10.
New students can learn about the admissions and registration processes by visiting www.mc3.edu/admissions or by calling 215-641-6300 (Central Campus) or 610-718-1800 (West Campus).
Returning students can register for classes online via WebAdvisor, by mail or in person at the at the Central Campus, 340 DeKalb Pike in Blue Bell, or the West Campus, 101 College Drive in Pottstown. For more information, visit www.mc3.edu/admissions/registration.
To learn more about MCCC and to see all the College has to offer, schedule a visit to one of our campuses. Visits can now be scheduled online at www.mc3.edu/admissions/visiting.