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Still Time to Register for Spring Classes at MCCC

MCCC is offering a diverse selection of six, seven and 10-week courses, as well as weekend courses, that start in late January, February, March and April at its Central and West campuses and online.

Still Time to Register for Spring Classes at MCCC
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There’s still time to enroll in credit courses at Montgomery County Community College (MCCC) this spring. MCCC is offering a diverse selection of six, seven and 10-week courses, as well as weekend courses, that start in late January, February, March and April at its Central and West campuses and online.

Accelerated courses provide an excellent opportunity for current students to pick up additional credits. They are also popular with working adult students, as well with students who need to fulfill developmental education requirements.

Many accelerated selections are offered at both Central and West campuses, as well as online. These courses include accounting, anthropology, office administration, economics, English, exercise science and wellness, history, mathematics, psychology, real estate, strategies for student success and sociology.

In addition to these, the MCCC’s Central Campus in Blue Bell is offering accelerated courses in communications, English as a second language (ESL), French, health care professions, phlebotomy, music, reading and speech, as well as several one-credit weekend computer courses. MCCC’s West Campus in Pottstown is offering accelerated courses in computer science and speech.

Accelerated online spring semester courses are available in more than 20 subject areas. In addition to those listed above, online courses include computer science, entrepreneurial business, health care professions, management, marketing, music, philosophy and political science.

New students can learn about the admissions and registration processes by visiting mc3.edu/admissions or by calling 215-461-1456 (Central Campus) or 610-718-1906 (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  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  mc3.edu/admissions/visiting.

 

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