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Montgomery College has added 11 new classes to the Raptor Ready Scholarship Program, on top of the 10 classes previously announced. Montgomery College’s new Raptor Ready Scholarship Program is designed to help 2020 Montgomery County high school graduates get an early introduction into highly transferable college courses in an online or structured remote environment.
The scholarship program covers tuition and fees for one course (four credit hours maximum) and a grant to cover technology or educational supplies not to exceed $530 for the second summer session at MC, which begins July 11. The program is for spring 2020 Montgomery County high school graduates who are Montgomery County residents, including anticipated June graduates. The Raptor Ready scholarships are limited and students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.
There is also a limited number of Raptor Ready scholarships and vouchers available for DACA, Dreamer, and F1 students through the Montgomery College Foundation.
“There is no reason to delay your college dreams during this uncertain time,” said Montgomery College President DeRionne Pollard. “Thousands of graduates have discovered that Montgomery College is the smart choice for achieving their college and career goals.”
To be eligible, students must meet the following requirements:
Other courses covered by the Raptor Ready Scholarship Program: