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Courses beginning on Monday, August 24th

  • BIO-165-01RH Anatomy & Physiology

  • BIO-165-02RH Anatomy & Physiology

  • CET-111-50R Computer Upgrade/Repair I

  • CIS-110-W1H Introduction to Computers

  • CIS-110-W2H Introduction to Computers

  • CJC-111-W1 Introduction to Criminal Justice

  • CJC-112-W1 Criminology

  • CJC-221-W1 Investigative Principles

  • CJC-225-W1 Crisis Intervention

  • CJC-231-W1 Constitutional Law

  • CTI-110-W1 Web, Pgm & Db Foundation

  • CTI-120-01R Network and Sec Foundation

  • EDU-119-W1 Introduction to Early Child Education

  • EDU-144-W1 Child Development I

  • ENG-111-W1H Writing & Inquiry

  • ENG-111-W2H Writing & Inquiry

  • HSE-110-W1 Introduction to Human Services

  • HSE-125-W1 Counseling

  • HSE-220-W1 Case Management

  • HSE-225-W1 Crisis Intervention

  • PSY-150-W1H General Psychology

  • PSY-150-W2H General Psychology

  • SAB-110-W1 Substance Abuse Overview

  • SAB-137-W1 Co-Dependency

Accreditation and Approval of the Institution

Montgomery Community College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award associate degrees, diplomas and certificates. Contact the SACSCOC at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call (404) 679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Montgomery Community College. Inquiries regarding Montgomery Community College's programs and services should be directed to the College and not to the SACSCOC.

Montgomery Community College is also recognized and/or approved by the following agencies.

  • North  Carolina State Board of Community Colleges
  • North Carolina Community College System
  • North Carolina Department of Public Instruction
  • Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
  • North Carolina State Board of Nursing
  • Dental Assisting National Board
  • Council for Standards in Human Service Education
  • Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs

Cost of Attendance

Students cannot receive federal or state funding that exceeds the Cost of Attendance (COA). COA components include tuition and fees, books and supplies, room and board, personal/miscellaneous expenses, and transportation.

2015-2018 Need Analysis Cost of Attendance (COA) Listing

  Category Amount
In-State/Dependent Tuition/Fees 2410
  Books/Supplies         2027
  Room/Board 3193
  Personal 1898
  Transportation 2752
             Total COA      $12,280     
In-State/Independent        Tuition/Fees 2410 
  Books/Supplies 2027 
  Room/Board 6386 
  Personal 1898 
  Transportation 2752 
   Total COA $15,473 
Out-of-State/Dependent Tuition/Fees 8554 
  Books/Supplies 2027 
  Room/Board 3193 
  Personal 1898 
  Transportation 2752 
     Total COA $18,424 
Out-of-State/Independent     Tuition/Fees 8554 
  Books/Supplies 2027 
  Room/Board 6386 
  Personal 1898 
  Transportation 2752 
     Total COA $21,617 

Child Care Budget:  Add $4,000 per child for Independent Students.

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