The Liberal Arts Division provides the lion's share of the general education courses at Prince George's Community College, and thus has a unique responsibility to its student population. In addition, it offers a wide array of transfer options and programs in Art, Music, Philosophy, English, International Studies, African-American Studies, Women's Studies, Communication and Theatre. Departments in the Liberal Arts Division The division has five departments and is also associated with the Humanities Collegian Center. History, Political Science, Geography, & Anthropology Department Darlene Antezana, Chair Location: Marlboro 2018Phone: email@example.com Art, Music, and Philosophy Department Barbara Johnson, ChairLocation: Marlboro 1034Phone: 301-546-0963; 301-546-0966 (art); 301-546-0955 (music)firstname.lastname@example.org English Department Melinda Kramer, ChairLocation: Marlboro 3078Phone: 301-546-0578; 301-546-0561; email@example.com Communications and Theatre Department Tammy J. O'Donnell, ChairLocation: Queen Anne 112Phone: 301-546-1587; 301-546-0926 OdonneTJ@pgcc.edu Language Studies Department Esther Robbins, ChairLocation: Bladen 308GPhone: 301-546-0942; firstname.lastname@example.org The Humanities Collegian Center Collegian Centers are academically focused student organizations. Collegian Centers provide a locus for students within a discipline where they can receive mentoring, advising, discipline specific activities and opportunities for internships and research. Each Center fosters a unique environment conducive to intellectual, academic and scholarly pursuits. The Humanities Collegian Center Focusing on music, art, theatre, communications, English, history, and philosophy.