Montgomery Community College
Montgomery Community College is one of four schools in the nation to offer NRA approved, affiliated short-term gunsmithing courses. Classes are taught by nationally and internationlly known gunsmiths and craftsmen who share their expertise in courses from basic to advanced techniques. Most classes combine a hands-on and lecture format and range from three days to two weeks in length. MCC also offers a two-year associate degree program in Gunsmithing. Discover more about our quality facilities, experienced instructors, and comprehensive curriculum by clicking here .
2017 NRA short-term gunsmithing class schedule will be released December 1 2016, and classes are often added if there is enough demand.
2017 NRA Short-Term Gunsmithing Registration
The 2017 schedule will be posted Thursday, December 1, 2016 at 8:00 AM.
You may register 1 of 5 ways:
Call 910-898-9671, 910-898-9672, or 910-898-9673.
Requires payment with Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or American Express
Fax completed Continuing Education registration form with payment to: (910) 576-5162
Visit us in the Continuing Education department located in Building 100.
Monday-Thursday 8:00 am-5:00 pm. Friday 8:00 am-3:00 pm.
Mail completed Continuing Education registration form with payment to:
Montgomery Community College, Continuing Education 1011 Page Street, Troy, NC 27371.
Refunds: 100% if student withdraws before course begins or if the course is cancelled; 75% if withdrawn after a course begins, but before 10% of the total class meetings.
*MCC reserves the right to cancel a class based on enrollment.
From boot camp to yoga, we offer a variety of classes to fit your lifestyle and fitness level. Classes are offered on campus and at other Troy locations. If you don’t see a specific Health and Wellness class you’d like, please call the Continuing Education Department at (910) 898-9673 or (910) 898-9672 to request a class.
Heritage Arts is a term that includes artistic and creative classes in pottery, multimedia art, basket weaving, and other types of arts and crafts.
Montgomery Community College’s Pottery program is nationaly recognized and is known for its expansive facilities, acomplished alumni, and talented staff. The program is now offered through the Continuing Education Department as a non-college-credt program. Individuals may learn all the skills taught in the degree program from the same instructors, but take only classes convenient for their schedule and pocketbook.
Other arts and crafts classes are offered on a rotating schedule each semester. Please check our schedule for more information.
Montgomery Community College’s knifemaking classes are sanctioned by the North Carolina Custom Knifemakers Guild. MCC is a proud partner of the Guild.
Classes last from two days to a week and are generally scheduled over weekends. Classes run from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and a meal is included with most of the classes. Fees include all the necessary materials required to make one custom knife or item.
Montgomery Community college is now offering a three section course to cover mounting game heads, deer, select species of small mammals, and the construction of habitats. The classes will also include trade secrets and tips that have been perfected by our lead instructor to assist those students interested in opening or operating a successful taxidermy shop/studio. Classes can be taken independently, but students are encouraged to take all three sections to maximize instruction, hands-on experience, and shop time.
Personal Interest Classes
From culinary skills to masonry, MCC offers a variety of classes for the lifelong learner.
With our partner Ed2Go, we offer hundreds of online options as well. Click the appropriate link below for an entire catalog of online personal interest classes that are offered every six weeks, or for this semester’s on-campus offerings.