Directions and Parking

  • Directions to Largo Campus


    Prince George's Community College is accessible from Central Avenue (Route 214), Landover Road (Route 202), and Capital Beltway (I- 95/ I- 495) Exits 17A and 15A.

     
    Largo Campus Maps 

      

     

    All students who intend to drive to the Largo campus must obtain a parking sticker for each vehicle they intend to park in one of the college’s parking lots. This will identify a car to campus police officers as legitimately parked on campus and also will allow officers to contact the owner quickly in the event of an emergency.

    Stickers may be obtained from Campus Police in the Bladen Hall substation or at their main office in the Facilities Management Building. Students must park in lots identified as available for student parking. Those who park in areas reserved for faculty and staff will be ticketed.

    PGCC does not issue handicapped parking stickers, etc.

     

     

      

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  • From Montgomery County, Maryland:
    Follow the Beltway south to exit 17A (Upper Marlboro). You will exit onto Landover Road (Route 202 east). Follow Route 202 under Route 214 overpass. The college is about a half- mile south of the overpass, on the right side of Route 202. Cross the intersection of Campus Way and take the first right into the college.

    From Virginia or Washington, DC:  
    Follow the Beltway north, taking exit 15A (Upper Marlboro). Take the PGCC exit onto Route 202 south (Landover Road). The college is on the right after the traffic signal at Campus Way. If traveling from the District, you can also follow East Capitol Street, which becomes Central Avenue. Take PGCC exit onto Route 202 south. Cross the intersection of Campus Way and take the first right into the college.

    From Route 301:  
    Take Central Avenue (Route 214 west). Make a left at Campus Way, follow about one-quarter mile to Route 202. Make a left onto Route 202; the college is on your immediate right. Take the first right from Route 202 into the college.