FCC summer/fall classes will be delivered primarily online to maintain public safety. Face to face instruction and student interactions will only be conducted when it is necessary, required, and feasible to do so in a safe environment. Classes will be offered in online, structured remote, and hybrid learning formats. Comprehensive student resources remain available remotely to deliver College services to students.

Beginning Monday, July 6, FCC will move to Stage 1 of the Frederick Community College Roadmap to Resilience and Recovery plan.  As we continue to develop ways to safely and thoughtfully offer a few in-person instructional experiences, we tried to anticipate questions and provide answers about what to expect should you register for a class that meets on Main Campus or at the Monroe Center. Additional information is available here.

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Visiting From Another College?  – Take classes at FCC that will transfer to your 4 year college or university. Learn More.
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Frederick Community College (FCC) will hold virtual open houses on April 10 and April 21 to share information on programs and services, ways to pay for college, and more.
FCC is looking for feedback from its social media followers. We want to make sure our social media pages reflect what our followers are most interested in seeing.
Frederick Community College students are invited to apply for the 8th Annual Business Plan Contest, which provides the opportunity to win scholarship money from M&T Bank. 
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Student Support and Assistance


 

CARES Act emergency aid grants now available to FCC students. Learn More.

 

FCC support staff are available to assist and help you. Please contact departments using the following information.
If you are struggling to figure out how to get the support you need, email [email protected] or call 301.846.2469.

 
Department Departmental Email Telephone
*Student Help Line* [email protected] 301.846.2469
Admissions [email protected] 301.624.2716
Adult Services [email protected] 301.846.2483
Athletics [email protected] 301.846.2500
Bookstore [email protected]  
Center for Student Engagement [email protected] 301.624.2793
Counseling & Advising Advising Contact Form 301.846.2471
Dual Enrollment [email protected] 301.624.2893
Financial Aid [email protected] 301.846.2620
Financial Aid/Federal Work-Study [email protected] 301.846.2620
Financial Aid/Student Loans [email protected] 301.846.2620
Financial Aid/Satisfactory Academic Progress [email protected] 301.846.2620
FCC Foundation Scholarships [email protected] 301.624.2851
Multicultural Student Support [email protected]  301.846.2531
Registration Records [email protected] 301.846.2431
Services for Students w/ Disabilities [email protected] 301.846.2408
Student Finance (Cashier's) [email protected] 301.846.2456
Veterans & Military Services [email protected] 301.624.2836

 

 

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Success

Many students may have new barriers to education and emergency needs during these extraordinary times.

 
We are here to help.
 

The FCC Foundation maintains a Student Success Fund for currently enrolled students with emergency needs, including food, shelter, educational expenses, and other.




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