Montgomery County Community College
|Type||Public community college|
|181 full-time; 574 part-time|
|Campus||Blue Bell (Central campus)|
|Colors||Montco Red & White|
|NJCAA - Eastern Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference|
Montgomery County Community College (MCCC, Montco, or MC3) is a public community college in Blue Bell in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. MCCC also has two satellite campuses, West campus in Pottstown and Culinary Arts Institute in Lansdale. It is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. Forbes ranked MCCC as one of Pennsylvania's top employers in 2019.
The college was founded in 1964 and offered classes from its campus in Conshohocken. In 1972, the school relocated to its current location in Blue Bell.
Central Campus in Blue Bell
The Central Campus sits on 186 acres in Blue Bell.
West Campus in Pottstown
The Pottstown campus includes the North Hall, a 50,000-square-foot (4,600 m2) facility with classrooms, a computer lab and an art gallery. The building was formerly a knitting mill, brewery, and shoe polish factory until its renovation in 2006. It is connected to the South Hall by an underpass that had been filled in since the early 1920s.
Municipal Police Academy
The Culinary Arts Institute of Montgomery County Community College
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- Montgomery County Community College in Blue Bell, PA
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