Welcome to online learning at Montgomery College.
This is the homepage for all your distance learning resources. The Office of E-Learning, Innovation, and Teaching Excellence (ELITE) provides comprehensive services that empower students with skills that are essential to success in distance education or technology-enhanced courses.
Faculty can visit the following website:
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Fully Online Degrees in Business and in Information Systems!
Beginning in the fall 2014 semester, Montgomery College will soon offer for the first time fully online degrees in both business and in information systems. Can’t make it to a campus to attend classes? No problem! Students seeking these two high-demand programs can complete their degrees from anywhere by simply logging into our easy-to-use online course environment. The online programs will follow the same curriculum as the traditional degree programs, which are listed below. The courses are taught by the College’s expert faculty who have been trained and certified in online Quality Assurance. Go to, http://cms.montgomerycollege.edu/distance/before/odc, for more information on the degree programs!
Course Information Pages, Fall 2014 Course Listings, and English 101/102 Orientations
Online Credit Course Listings for Fall 2014 are up for your viewing. Summer semesters start soon so register before classes are full!
Additional information about your online courses such as requirements, textbooks, and contact information is provided by some of your faculty on the Course Information Page (CIP). Not all online courses currently have CIP, but check the website out to make sure. You could definitely use the CIP website to decide which courses to register for based on the information the faculty has provided.
Students who are taking ENGL101 or ENGL102 (formerly EN101/102) for the Summer semester can go and check the dates for the ENGL Orientation. The orientation is required of all students so please make sure you attend!
Click here to go to the ENGL Orientation link !
Online Student Orientation and Online Learning Pre-Assessment Tool
The Distance Education online orientation through the Blackboard course management system is designed to help students new to online learning better prepare themselves for success at Montgomery College. To access the orientation, go to the
Online Student Orientation .
Are you new to online learning? Not sure whether you are ready to take an online course or not? Then take the Online Learning Pre-Assessment. This assessment will help you find out whether or not you are ready to take an online class at Montgomery College. For more information, go to the
Online Learning Pre-Assessment Tool .
As a result of policies that require higher education institutions to receive approval to offer classes to students outside their home state, Montgomery College has received exemptions from 35 states. This means students in those states can take MC classes online. There are eight states that would require Montgomery College to pay a fee to be able to offer classes to students in those states. To be in proper compliance, MC will block registrations from students in the following states: Alaska, Arkansas, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Montana, Oregon, South Dakota and Utah. Questions should be directed to ELITE at 240-567-6000.
Smarthinking: Online Tutoring for MC Students!
All MC students now have access to Smarthinking, an online tutoring service! You can find the link to Smarthinking under Student Quick Links in MyMC. Go to, http://cms.montgomerycollege.edu/distance/during/smarthinking/, for more information!
Accessing Online Courses
Log in to MyMC (For assistance, click New to MyMC under the login box.)
• Click on the Blackboard icon in the upper right-hand corner.
• This will take you to My Blackboard, which will list your course if it has been made available.
• Click on the course title.
• All courses will be available no later than the first day of the semester.
Important Note: Some online courses at Montgomery College are not delivered on Blackboard.
• Please go to Online Credit Course Listing.
• Locate your course title on that page.
• Follow the directions in the note below the course listing.
• Email your instructor with questions.