Montgomery Community College is a public community college chartered in the year 1967, in Troy, North Carolina. The school offers associate, diploma, and certificate degrees in the fields of arts, science, business, commercial technology, and health/public services. The schools boasts a diverse student population, and many students see MCC as a stepping stone to towards their future career. The campus is equipped with ample facilities, including the Gelynda & Arron Capel Pottery Collection, which features unique pieces of pottery, as well as a fully equipped rifle/pistol firing range. Troy comes with all the accompanying charms of a small town, and is also the place where Charles W. Chesnutt’s The Sheriff’s Children is set.