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Getting Started

  • Prince George's Community College is committed to helping you meet your educational and career goals. Whether you are seeking a two-year degree, planning for a four year program, improving your current workplace skills or starting a new career we are ready to guide you on the most convenient, affordable and effective path to get there!

    The College offers you the opportunity to:  

    -Earn an associates degree
    -Prepare for a new career
    -Transfer to a four year university
    -Improve your workplace skills
    -Earn a high school diploma via the GED
    -Earn college credits while still in high school
    -Take classes as a senior citizen
    -Learn to speak English (for non native speakers)
    -Improve your reading, writing and mathematics basic skills
    -Earn credits for prior learning experiences
     

    Visiting the Campus 

    Throughout the year, many opportunities exist for visitors, prospective students, and families to tour the college. For a schedule of our college-wide open house programs or to arrange a tour, call the Office of Recruitment at 301-322-0864. You may schedule an individual appointment with a member of the Recruitment staff to discuss the enrollment process and the programs available here at Prince George's Community College.