For the fifth consecutive year, Montgomery County Community College will keep its tuition and fees at the same rate to help students and families during the 2021-2022 academic year.
“Students and families only recently are starting to recover from the impact of the pandemic, and MCCC is continuing to do its part by keeping tuition and fees as low as possible to make higher education affordable for all learners,” said Dr. Victoria L. Bastecki-Perez, MCCC President.
Tuition for 2021-2022 is $144 per credit for Montgomery County residents and $288 per credit for out-of-county residents. Fees also will remain the same.
In addition to providing reasonable tuition rates, MCCC offers last-dollar tuition waivers to aid residents who are unemployed due to the pandemic. Through the Montco Recovery Tuition Assistance Program, qualifying Montgomery County residents who experienced full- or part-time employment loss on or after March 6, 2020 (the date of Governor Wolf’s Emergency Disaster Declaration), may receive tuition waivers.
Another way MCCC makes higher education more affordable for families is through its Dual Enrollment/Early College High School Program.
High school students who are 15 years or older may take colleges classes through MCCC and get a head start earning credits toward an associate’s degree or certificate and help reduce their future student debt.
MCCC also helps adult learners save time and money through its Prior Learning Assessment. Students may earn credits for prior work and educational experience, including military experience and industry credentials.
MCCC offers a comprehensive, holistic experience with complete wraparound services for academic, support, and essential needs.
Registration is open now for the fall semester.
Visit Montgomery County Community College for more information.