Admissions- Enroll Now!
Whether you are a new student first-time in College, an adult learner returning to school, or a guest student looking to take classes during the Winter or Summer that will transfer to your home institution, we have you covered! Just follow the checklist below that applies to your situation to guide you in the admissions process.
- Admissions Checklist
If you are a degree or certificate seeking student, follow the admissions checklist that applies to your situation below and then apply online – it's that simple!
If you are a guest student planning on taking no more than 15 cumulative credits with us, follow the link below for information.
Guests and Visiting Students Information
Online learning can be a great learning opportunity provided you have the necessary skills, resources and attributes. Determine if online learning is suitable for you by taking our online Readiness Survey.
Mustang Card — ID Services
Your Mustang Card is your official student photo identification while on campus. Students receiving a financial aid refund must activate their Mustang Card in order to choose their refund preference. Photos can be taken at Enrollment Services in College Hall at Central Campus or at Enrollment Services in South Hall at West Campus.
If you cannot come to campus, you may apply for a Mustang card using this pdf: Mustang ID card verification. Please follow the instructions carefully.
Once students have their photo taken, a Mustang Card will arrive at the address on record with the College. Please be sure to verify your mailing address with Enrollment Services. The College will begin having cards mailed to students approximately two weeks prior to the start of the semester once we have a photo on file.
Shortly after you apply to the College, you must determine if you have college-level skills. You can do this in several ways: you can submit SAT score reports, submit AP test scores, submit another college's transcripts, complete course prerequisites, or take the College's placement test. Placement tests measure entry-level skills in reading comprehension, writing ability, mathematical ability, and, for some students, anatomy and physiology (biology) knowledge. Based on test results, students are placed into coursework which will allow them the best chance of success.
Placement tests can be taken at the Montgomery County Community College locations listed below as well as other testing locations. Please contact a testing center below to find a location near you.
Central Campus in Blue Bell
Room 264 (inside the Library)
West Campus in Pottstown
Room 163 (inside the Library)
If you are taking all 3 Placement Tests, please allow at least 2 hours to complete testing.
Placement Testing Exemptions
To be exempt from a placement test, you must provide a score report, a high school transcript, and/or a college transcript for evaluation at the time of or before testing. An unofficial transcript or score report can be used for evaluation of exemptions.
Acceptable score reports include: ACT, AP, CLEP, PSAT, PSSA, SAT, and ACCUPLACER score reports from other institutions. These reports are valid for five years. College transfer credits do not expire, with the exception of math and science credits which expire in ten years.
For required Placement Scores, see Testing Exemptions
New Student Orientation
All new students attending Montgomery County Community College Virtual Campus for the first time who have not earned any college credits at a higher education institution must complete the New Student Online Orientation and the post survey. You will need at least one (1) hour in order to complete it. You MUST complete all of it to receive credit for completing this orientation. When you finish, email your advisor directly!
Please choose your advisor from the Central Campus list ONLY.
Begin New Student Online Orientation
Advisors — Central Campus
As a Virtual Campus student, all associate degree and certificate programs that are at least 18 credits are eligible for federal financial aid.
Tuition and Fees
Financial Aid Forms
How to Apply for Aid
Understanding Financial Aid
Types of Financial Aid
The College offers affordable programs to help meet your professional and educational goals.
Tuition and Fees
Textbooks and Course Materials
Textbooks and course materials for online classes can be purchased through the Online Bookstore or by visiting Central Campus.
Tuition and fee payments can be made by cash, check, money order, American Express, Visa, MasterCard or Discover, and they can be made online or by mail. Students may be eligible to enroll in one of our Deferred Payment Plans which help you meet your financial obligations by allowing you to pay your tuition and fees over a period of up to six months.
- Login to MyMc3 Student Portal
- Select the Student Self-Service button
- Select the Student Finance tab
Please make checks or money orders payable to MCCC and be sure to include your Student ID in the memo field of your check. Please allow 5 days to process your mailed payments.
Mail payments to:
Montgomery County Community College
Attn: Enrollment Services
340 DeKalb Pike
Blue Bell, PA 19422
Tuition and Fees
Deferred Payment Plan