Get started with Robotics at Garrett College

Garrett College was established in 1966, as Garrett Community College, and took its present name in 2002. In 1968, the Garrett Community College Board of Trustees acquired a site in McHenry, Maryland and construction of the campus began shortly thereafter. It officially opened its doors to students in 1971.In 2012, construction of the Garrett College Community Aquatic and Recreation Complex (CARC) was completed. The CARC is a 42,500 square-foot facility that houses a gymnasium, six-lane competition swimming pool, fully equipped fitness facility, locker and shower rooms, a wet classroom for instruction, multi use classroom space, and a physical and occupational therapy facility. Construction is currently underway to add a state-of-the-art STEM building to Garrett College's main campus and it is scheduled to open August 2018. In 2018, Garrett College announced that it will be moving forward with a new performing arts center. Architecture and engineering work begins July 1, 2018 and construction the following year.

Contact Information

687 Mosser Road, N/A, McHenry, Maryland 21541
(301) 387-3045

What Garrett College can offer you.

Garrett College offers 5 different associate degrees: Associate in Arts (AA), Associate in Arts in Teaching (AAT), Associate of Science (AS), Associate of Science in Engineering (ASE), and Associate in Applied Science (AAS). Within these degree options, the college offers 12 programs of study and 25 different concentrations. The college also offers 10 non-degree transfer options, 4 certificate programs, and numerous continuing education programs. Taking advantage of its scenic surroundings and nearby Deep Creek Lake, Wisp Ski Resort and the Adventure Sports Center International, Garrett College offers an unusual associate degree in Adventure Sports.

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