Montgomery Community College (MCC)
1011 Page Street, Troy, NC 27371
At Montgomery Community College you can complete the first two years of your bachelor’s degree before possibly moving on to a respected school like University of North Carolina.
Located in Troy, North Carolina, Montgomery transfers many students from its two-year programs in Arts, Sciences, Business and other fields. Transferring to University of North Carolina’s Greensboro, Chapel Hill and other campuses as well as schools like Winston-Salem University and North Carolina School of the Arts, many Montgomery students go on to earn bachelor’s degrees in a variety of academic and professional fields.
Montgomery Community College also has a variety of options for those seeking specialized career training. Degrees may be earned in such high-demand fields as Computer Technology, Practical Nursing, Medical Assisting, Electronics Technology and Food Service.
Additional programs for those who wish to start a career without investing more than a few weeks or months are offered through continuing education. Students may get training to become a Certified Nursing Assistant or Automotive Service Technician.
Another exciting thing about a Montgomery education is that students don’t even need to live in North Carolina. With comprehensive course and degree offerings available through distance education, anyone can enroll in one of Montgomery’s online courses or programs.
Counseling at Montgomery offers students support in everything from academic to career to personal matters. With an open admissions policy, anyone with a high school diploma or GED may attend Montgomery.
Tuition is significantly lower for in-state students and financial aid is available for those who qualify.
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