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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get started?

If you do not currently hold an associate's degree, please call the Montgomery County Community College's Admissions Office at 610.718.1850.

Depending on your current level of education, prospective students will need contact the University Center or the partner institution to get started — call 610.718.1931.
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What are the admissions requirements for bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees?

Each University Center partner determines its own admissions requirements. For more information, please contact each University Center partner directly.
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How long will it take for me to complete the program?

The duration of each program depends on the curriculum sequence, number of transfer credits and the student's schedule.
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When do the programs begin?

Each University Center partner determines when to accept new students. Contact each partner directly for specific start dates.
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Where are courses offered?

Depending on the program of study, courses are offered at The University Center, located at Montgomery County Community College's West Campus in Pottstown, PA, as well as at Montgomery County Community College's Central Campus in Blue, Bell, PA.
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Are classes offered at the partners' main campus or other sites?

Depending on the program, courses may be available at the partner institution’slocations. Contact the partner for more information.
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How are courses offered?

Each partner's courses are structured differently. Contact the University Center partner institution for more information.

Montgomery County Community College offers daytime, evening and online courses, and has recently introduced accelerated "hybrid" courses, meeting one night each week for eight weeks. Most associate's degree articulates seamlessly with the bachelor's degrees available at the University Center.
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Is financial aid available?

Financial aid may be available depending on your specific situation. Students without an associate's degree should call Montgomery County Community College's Financial Aid Office at 215-641-6566. Students with an associate's degree may contact the University Center partner directly for more financial aid information.
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What if I have additional questions?

If you do not currently hold an associate's degree, please call the Montgomery County Community College's Admissions Office at 610.718.1850. Students with an associate's degree should contact the University Center partner directly with additional questions.
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