Enrichment Opportunities

  • Contact Information

    The Honors Program,
    Marlboro Hall, 1089

    Office Hours:

    Monday - Friday, 8am to 4pm


    301 Largo Road, Largo, MD 20774


    (301) 546-7530


    (301) 546-0456

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  • The Honors Society is the student club affiliated with the Honors Program.  It provides students with co-curricular opportunities. The society sponsors a variety of events including  guest speakers and social activities. The society meets regularly and is always seeking new members. Membership in the Honors Society is an excellent way to meet other students and get involved in college activities. Students who are admitted to the Honors Program automatically become members of the Honors Society.
    For more information, contact Dr. Kathy Yorkshire at honors@pgcc.edu or 301-546-7530.

    Click HERE to watch and hear what student members think about enrichment opportunities.

    Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society was founded in 1918 to recognize the academic achievement of students at two-year colleges. Phi Theta Kappa’s programs are based on the four hallmarks of scholarship, leadership, service, and fellowship. The organization offers many transfer scholarships available only to society members. Other benefits include automatic nomination for the National Dean’s List publication of outstanding students from two-year, four-year, and graduate schools, as well as automatic enrollment in the Phi Theta Kappa database from which four-year and senior level institutions actively recruit. Membership criteria include a 3.5 GPA and a minimum of 15 credit hours earned. The Tau Pi Chapter at Prince George’s Community College inducts new members in the late fall semester and at the Student Honors Convocation every spring semester.
    For more information, contact Professor Lindsey A. Dodson, Phi Theta Kappa advisor at honors@pgcc.edu or call 301-546-5293.

    Maryland Collegiate Honors Council (MCHC)

    The conference program is planned to encourage interaction and dialogue around our students’ academic experiences in different environments. The conference includes panel discussions, student presentations, and posters, as well as a keynote speaker.