Coronavirus won't delay the annual winter exhibit organized by the Pottstown Area Artists Guild. It's working with Montgomery County Community College to display the show virtually from Dec. 1 to Feb. 8.
Want help to complete the FAFSA form that most colleges use to determine student eligibility for financial assistance? Montgomery County is offering virtual informational sessions Nov. 23.
Pottsgrove, Boyertown, Daniel Boone, Owen J. Roberts, Perkiomen Valley, Phoenixville, and Upper Perkiomen high school students benefit from an MCCC program that just won a third consecutive award.
As a youngster, Pottstown resident Lara Ferris "was always a fan of school." Now Montgomery County Community College has declared itself her fan, presenting Ferris with its Teaching Excellence Award.
Two graduates, Ashley Tokarski of Pottstown and Matthew Falcone of Green Lane, were among four named as All-Pennsylvania Academic Scholars in the graduating class. Its commencement was held Friday.
Montgomery County Community College annually marks the 9/11 terrorist attack on American soil with a memorial tribute. Friday's pandemic-adjusted ceremony was only slightly different: it was via video.
Montgomery County Community College wants to see first-time students succeed, so with federal grant help it's launching a new way to connect them to "immersive, supportive" resources.
Residents of Schwenksville, Collegeville, and Limerick, all biotech program graduates of Montgomery County Community College, are among researchers developing antibodies used in patient tests to detect coronavirus.