College/Career Center 
RMHS CEEB Code: 210-910

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College/Career Coordinator: Mary Fitzgerald Hull
Phone: 240-740-6135

 Upcoming Events/Announcements

 
MCPS high school students must be registered to participate! Click the link above to register! See the attached flyer for more detailed information!
 
Live Zoom Meetings:
  • June 24 @ 11 am: HBCU Webinar Discover the Unique Advantanges Part I with Hampton University (VA), University of Maryland Eastern Shore & Bowie State University (MD)
  • July 1 @ 10 am: College & The Military with Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Beggs 
  • July 9 @ 10 am: The College Process with Tammi Wolfson, Regional Director of Admissions for Montgomery & Howard Counties, St. Mary's College of Maryland 
  • July 9 @ 1 pm: Navigating All Things College During COVID-19 with Rob Frankel, Editor in Chief, Princeton Review 
  • July 14 @ 10 am: Finding the Right Fit for College with Jordan Kanarek, Collegewise 
  • July 15 @ 10 am: University of Maryland College Park MD with Ryan Clear, UMD Admissions Counselor (High School specific student participation/registration: Watkins Mill, Clarksburg, Gaithersburg, Seneca Valley, Northwest) 
  • July 16 @ 10 am: Financial Aid with Robert Maddox, Director, Office of Student Financial Assistance, St. Mary's College of Maryland 
  • July 21 @ 10:30 am: Why Community College? with Alexandra Gonalez, Recruitment Coordinator, Montgomery College 
  • July 23 @ 10 am: Essay Writing Workshop with Katie Ridgeway, Admissions Counselor, McDaniel College 
  • July 23 @ 1 pm: HBCU Webinar Discover the Unique Advantanges Part II with Delaware State University, Morgan State University (MD), North Carolina A&T State University & Virginia State University 
  • July 28 @ 10 am: Time Management & Making the most out of HS with Maura Daly, Lead Teacher & Angela Kim, Director, C2 Education

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MC Dual Enrollment Summer/Fall 2020 Update!

Summer and Fall Enrollment:
The summer session schedule has been adjusted for 2020. Summer I will now start on June 8th and summer II will start on July 11th. All summer I courses will be delivered online. Summer II courses will be both online and campus based. The fall semester will occur as scheduled, with campus based, high school based and online courses available. Note that the registration timeline has been adjusted for summer and fall. Please see the dual enrollment admission and registration timeline for more details. Dates and other information are subject to change based on evolving circumstances.

College Admissions Application:
The $25 admissions application fee has been waived indefinitely. Students should apply via the regular online admissions application, however, the processing time may now take up to two weeks due to logistical constraints.

Assessment and Placement for College Courses:
The college is currently unable to administer the ACCUPLACER or ALEKS assessment testing, therefore will allow high school students to enroll in college courses without an assessment score on record for summer sessions I and II
as well as the fall semester. Note that Montgomery College also continues to accept other methods for determining course placement, including the SAT, ACT, AP and previous high school or college coursework.

Students with no assessment or placement scores on record will be eligible to enroll as follows:

  • Criteria for Rising High School Juniors and Seniors:
    • Have at least a 2.75 unweighted HS GPA.
    • Meet all other requirements and deadlines for Dual Enrollment.
    • Students who meet these criteria:
      • May enroll in one course per summer term and up to two courses in the fall.
      • Will be assessed at the ENGL101+011 and MATH 117/120 level.
      • Will be eligible to enroll in any credit bearing course based on the assessment level above.
        • MCPS students may only enroll in designated courses to receive a CCRCCA discount in the fall. CCRCCA benefits do not apply to summer classes.
  • Criteria for Rising High School Sophomores and Freshman:
    • Have at least a 2.75 unweighted HS GPA (or equivalent middle school record).
    • Meet all other requirements and deadlines for Dual Enrollment.
    • Students who meet these criteria:
      • May enroll in one course in the fall.
      • Will be eligible to enroll in any credit bearing course without an assessment level.
        • MCPS students may only enroll in designated courses to receive a CCRCCA discount in the fall. CCRCCA benefits do not apply to summer classes.

CLICK HERE to see a list of courses with no assessment levels or prerequisites needed.