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General Colin Powell Captivated MC Students

This article was guest-written by Montgomery College student, Madlené Nel, and first published in The Globe, the Germantown Campus student…

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Dr. Pollard Testifying

College President Testifies Before U.S. Senate Committee on College Affordability

Paying for college is perhaps the greatest barrier that students face when seeking an education that leads to a career.…

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Larry Culp

Top 50 CEO Speaks to Students about Leadership

The Macklin Business Institute strives to be more than a typical business program; it is an experiential learning program for…

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David with MoCo Entrepreneur Students

David Hillman’s Legacy Will Live on Through College’s Entrepreneurs Program

According to his wife, Suzanne, David Hillman “loved putting something together that no one else could do.” When Mr. Hillman…

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Building for the Future

Montgomery College is moving forward on three cutting-edge construction projects, all of which will improve the student experience. “Rapid changes…

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History Conference 2018

MC Professor: Current Diversity Has Roots in the Postwar Period

Immigration policy through the decades has shaped the current makeup of the United States and Montgomery County. According to WalletHub,…

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