Student Life

  • Welcome Owls!

    Life at Prince George's Community college will expand your intellect and inspire your imagination. With more than 44,000 students every year, we have many clubs, arts, cultural and athletic groups for you to choose from. Our students hail from all corners of the globe giving you an opportunity to learn about the world around you. Want to pursue a passion, make new friends, find study groups, work out, swim or just kick back for a while? There’s a place for you to do just that:

    • Fitness track and field, tennis courts, weight training room, cardio equipment and an Olympic-sized swimming pool
    • Library and study rooms
    • Computer labs with tutoring
    • Student lounge, cafeterias, plus indoor and outdoor gathering spaces
    • College events, conferences, workshop and film screenings
    • A Bookstore for your books, laptops, snacks and spirit gear
    • Print services
    • Counseling and Support services


    Athletics1Clubs and Organizations

    We have The Student Governance Association, Campus Activities Board, Kaleidoscope Club, Muslim Student Association, Honors Society, Gaming Society, Student Art League and to name just a few.

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    Athletics1Athletics

    A member of both the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) and the Maryland Junior College Athletic Association (MD JUCO), Prince George's Community College Intercollegiate Athletics comprise TEAM OWL.

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    2016-2017 Student Handbook Cover

    Your handy guide (although it has too much good stuff to fit in your pocket!) to all the best at Prince George's Community College! The Student Handbook is designed to help students become familiar with the various academic support services and college life resources -- tutoring services, writing assistance, disability support, resume-writing, job search skills, mentoring programs, academic advising, counseling, health education, and many other services to help you reach your educational and personal goals.

    Be sure to review the Student Code of Conduct in Chapter 5 to understand the shared values and expectations of our college community. You can also use the handbook as an academic calendar and planning guide.

    Printed copies can be picked up at College Life Services located in the Largo Student Center 1st floor. Take a look!

    Campus Parking

    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.
    Students Say

    "PGCC has been a great experience for me! It has become the foundation for my college career."

    -Carlos Fuentes

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