Our three campuses are easily accessible and conveniently located throughout Montgomery County.
Our scenic Germantown Campus is located just 30 miles north of Washington, D.C. With vibrant life sciences and biotechnology programs, the College will open a future Bioscience Education Center to accommodate growing enrollment demands. A future Life Sciences Park will increase the College's contributions to the community and the world beyond.
The Rockville Campus is now Montgomery College's largest, with an enrollment of more than 15,000 full- and part-time students. Readily accessible by bus and the Metro rail system, this campus offers more than 600 courses in over 40 areas of study. People of all ages attend classes on this culturally diverse campus, while thousands of others enjoy art shows, conferences, lectures, movies, plays and more here. The new Science Center provides much-needed, modernized labs and for the growing science and engineering programs at the Rockville Campus.
The Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus is located in a dynamic urban neighborhood. We offer a comprehensive educational experience with signature programs in health sciences and the visual and performing arts. In support of these programs, we've opened the Health Sciences Center, The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation Arts Center, and the Cultural Arts Center with a 500-seat theater and dance studio.