College and Career Credit Opportunities at Montgomery College

5/5/20 - MC Dual Enrollment Fall/Summer Updates!


Fall 2020 Dual Enrollment Classes at RMHS

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Summer/Fall 2020 Update!!

Registration Timeline Assessments, Score Reporting & Course Access 
  • Applications are still being accepted on-line, however process times will be longer due to limited access by MC staff. 
  • All assessment (Accuplacer) testing is suspended until further notice. 
  • Montgomery College will accept student SAT/ACT/AP score reports via email. 
  • The score reports must be sent from the students MC email only. Students should expect to come to campus to print the scores at a later time to be determined once things return to normal. Email: ‚óŹ Attached are samples of the acceptable SAT/ACT/AP score reports. 
The summer session dates have been changed: 
  • Summer I June 8th– July 10th - courses ALL on-line 
  • Summer II July 11th - August 21st - course on-line and blended with on-line/on-campus sessions if permissible 
View Course options & begin registration via
  • Summer Session I & II 2020 
    • View courses April 20th 
    • Registration begins April 27 
  • Fall Semester 2020 
    • View courses April 27th 
    • Registration begins May 11 
To enroll into Summer/Fall Courses please ensure you have:
  1. Submitted an online application to Montgomery College
  2. Obtained and saved your M# (student id # assigned by MC) 
  3. Create your Dual enroll account 
  4. Complete the Dual Refusal form 
  5. Follow all the steps noted in the dual enroll registration sheet 
  6. Submit test score reports (AP, SAT or ACT) to Ms. Hu-Cotto at MC 
  7. If you do not have scores to submit, you will not be able to register for classes

How to Create a Dual Enrollment Account

Sample SAT Report

Sample ACT Report

Sample AP Report

Dual Refusal Form


Earning Dual (High School & College) Credit versus Diploma & Degree Options  

Montgomery College has re-organized the various programs available to high school students to two areas: 

  1. College and Career Credit Opportunities 
  2. Diploma+Degree Opportunities. College and Career Credit Opportunities is what we know as Dual Enrollment, where students select a few MC courses that met their interest. The student earn college credits with the opportunity to earn high school credits with these college courses. You will see in the PP presentation a chart called Jump Start to College Pathways, that shows how students can earn up to 30 college credits in their junior and senior years. On the other hand, the Diploma + Degree Opportunities includes Early College, Middle College, and P-TECH. These programs are aimed to have students work towards a two-year college degree in the last two years of high school. These students would graduate from high school with an associate degree at the same time. These degree programs may have higher admissions standards (such as calculus placement), depending on the program they wish to participate.
  3. Students who are interested in doing Dual Enrollment/Jump Start/credit opportunities should continue to work with Dual Enrollment program. Dual Enrollment is really flexible and can meet student's individual interest.
  4. Students who wish to participate in the Early College program should contact Ms. Amy Crawley. This year's application process has closed but MCPS will send out invitation letters to the 10 th  graders next year when the application process is opened. You can find the video recap of the information session as well as Ms. Crawley's contact here:

Dual Enrollment Registration Steps/Documents

Important Links

Dual Enrollment Program Webpage -- 

Financial Aid and Grant Information --

On-Time Registration policy --

MC Dynamic Schedule --  

Accuplacer & MC Assessment Centers --

Payment Deadlines--  

Refund Deadline --  

Request an MC Transcript --