Montgomery County Community College
Montgomery County Community College was founded in 1964 with the goal of offering a high-quality, affordable and accessible education that prepares students for relevant, rewarding transfer and career opportunities. With more than 30,000 alumni, the college has had an impressive track record. More than two-thirds of their college graduates are employed in their fields of study. The college offers more than 100 associate degree/certificate programs and various hybrid online/traditional programs at several campuses throughout Eastern Pennsylvania.
As a member of the Achieving the Dream: Community Colleges Count network, college officials say that they are constantly examining research-based strategies that support student success. “This is a tremendous honor,” MCCC President Kevin Pollock says on being notified that the college had been identified as one of this year’s Most Promising Places to Work. “The faculty and staff work hard to make Montgomery County Community College a diverse, welcoming and friendly organization where employees and students alike can develop and succeed.”
“Student access and success are at the heart of Montgomery County Community College’s core mission. They are the hallmarks that drive us to explore new and entrepreneurial ways to help students attain access to higher education and fulfill the dreams they have for themselves and their families.”
— Dr. Kevin Pollack
President, Montgomery County Community College