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Army Veteran Overcomes Homelessness, Near-Death Fall to Earn MC’s Highest Honor

Glen Swanson politely greeted the two uniformed officers who knocked on the door of the small Germantown apartment he shared…

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MC Program Fosters Independence and Job Skills for Students with Disabilities

A learning community for students with developmental disabilities at Montgomery College celebrated its graduation ceremony last month, when ten men…

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MC Baseball Coach Hits 400-Win Mark

Montgomery College graduate Morgan Wootten, one of the winningest coaches in high school basketball history, once said, “The big thing…

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Japan’s Modernity and Tradition: MC Students Discover a World Away

John Bestland’s 21st birthday was not spent in typical American fashion. He spent it visiting Tōdai-ji, a Buddhist temple in…

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Tech Award Recognizes MC’s Strategic Role in Expanding Quality Workforce

Last month, the Maryland Tech Council presented Montgomery College with the “Partner of the Year” award during its annual industry…

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MC Foundation Invests in Student Success, Equity and Completion

The Montgomery College Foundation is investing in a project that could help students graduate faster from selected disciplines where the…

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