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Credit and Advanced Standing for Prior Learning

As a degree-seeking student at Montgomery College, you can earn credit and advanced standing for prior learning to apply toward graduation. You may be able to use college-level course work that you have already completed to satisfy degree requirements and to reach your educational goals in a shorter time period.

  • Degree-seeking students may have coursework from a U.S. college or university evaluated for transfer credit to Montgomery College.
  • You must be a degree seeking student at Montgomery College to have your work evaluated.  If you have not yet declared a program of study (major), complete a Curriculum Change form  and return it to the Office of Admissions and Records.
  • To receive credit, all transcripts must be official and received by the Office of Admissions and Records directly from the institution bearing the college seal, date, and appropriate signatures. Hand-carried transcripts must be in a sealed envelope from the sending institution.
  • Non-degree-seeking students  may present unofficial transcripts to the Office of Counseling and Advising  or a departmental advisor to be waived into a course that has prerequisites that have been met at another college or university.

Transcript Evaluation Deadlines

Fall semester:  July 1                Spring semester:  November 1                Summer semester:  April 1  


Advanced Standing opportunities at Montgomery College:
 

Transfer Work Completed in the U.S. 
Advanced Placement [AP] Exams 
Transfer Work Completed outside the U.S. 
International Baccalaureate [IB] Exams 
College Level Examination Program [CLEP
Portfolio Assessment 
Military Transcripts and the DSST Program 
Career and Technology Education Programs of Study
Credit by Examination 

 

For more details, contact the Transcript Evaluator located on the campus you plan on attending:  
Germantown:   Sharon Getzandanner          Rockville:  Eunice Akitobi          Takoma Park/ Silver Spring:  Ivy Devers 


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