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MC's Robin Cook Serves as Panelist at Maryland Research and Education Network 2nd Annual Symposium

Need to Know

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One More Opportunity: How Will the Math Restructure Affect You?

Guest Lectures

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Artemis Herber and Michelle Dickson to Give Artists Talk Thursday Starting at 5 p.m.

Office of the Ombuds

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Ombuds Fourth Annual Report and Data Summary Report Have Been Published

Compliance Office

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Introducing Montgomery College's New Ethics Reporting Line: EthicsPoint


Transfer News

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Smith College Information Session Thursday, Oct. 26

Campus Sports News

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Raptors Women's Soccer Ends Season Winning Two Out of the Last Three

College/Campus News

MC Events

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Wednesday Is Make-Up Day for the Mobile Market at TP/SS Campus

Arts at MC

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New Art Exhibit in the King Street Gallery "Shifting Identities/Humanity and Nature" Works By Artemis Herber and Michelle Dickson

Community Engagement

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Are You a Caregiver for Someone Living with Alzheimer's Disease and/or Other Dementias? Join Us for "Cafe D"

Library News

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Reminder: Libraries' Survey Open Until November 5


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The Sligo Journal Wins Seven National Awards

Professional Development

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MC's Michele Knight and Dr. Carrie Fitzgerald Win DOER Fellowship Grant

Student Affairs

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Mental Health Fair, 10/31


Smith College Information Session Thursday, Oct. 26

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Category: Transfer News

Published: Oct 23 2017 12:00AM

Deedee Cleveland, Assistant Director of Admission at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts, will visit the Rockville Campus on Thursday,
October 26 to meet with prospective female transfer students. The meeting will be in the Humanities Building, Room 009 from 3:30-5:00 pm.

Smith College is a highly selective women's college in western Massachusetts that welcomes applicants who are traditional age (18-23), as well as non-traditional age (24 and older) applicants who would apply to the Ada Comstock Program. Interested students should have a 3.5 gpa or higher to be competitive applicants. Smith College has a strong commitment to meeting students' financial need. Majors are offered in the Humanities, Arts, Social Sciences, and Sciences, including Engineering.

If you have any questions prior to October 26, please contact Professor Sue Adler at (240) 567-5086 or by email

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