Admissions & Registration

  • Credit Enrollment

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    Once you know what program you would like to enroll in, the first step is to apply to the college. 

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    Continuing Education Enrollment

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    Once you know what course you would like to enroll in, the next step is to register and pay online.

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    If you aren't yet sure what program or course is right for you, head over to our programs and courses area and explore our offerings, or see an academic advisor to discuss your options.

  • Just want to take a class or two?
    Many opportunities exist for students to take courses at Prince George's Community College for various reasons.  Would you like to take a few courses and transfer them back to your home institution?  If you attend college in the state of Maryland, you can click on this link  to find Prince George's Community College courses that will transfer to Maryland colleges and universities.  If you attend a college outside of the state of Maryland, you should check with your host institution regarding the transferability of the course(s) you wish to take prior to registering. In addition, many opportunities exist at the college in Workforce Development and Continuing Education that will allow you to update your job skills
    Concurrent Enrollment

    The Concurrent Enrollment Program is for those 16 or older who wish to take courses from the college while still enrolled in high school or an approved home school program. Students must be high school seniors or, if in an approved home school program, provide documentation of the completion of junior-level work. High school juniors may be eligible for participation provided they are 16 years of age and have completed all high school coursework in a particular field with a 2.50 cumulative grade-point average and a 3.00 in the field in question.

    The Veterans Services Office is not the Veterans Administration. We do not determine your eligibility for veterans benefits. We do, however, provide you with the appropriate paperwork to apply to the VA for benefits. We are responsible for certifying your enrollment status to the VA, which is what gets you paid. The VA will not pay for continuing education courses, audited courses or courses that do not count toward your program of study at Prince George's Community College. For further information please contact the Veterans Benefits Office by phone at 301-546-0820 or by email More information
    International Students
    Permanent Residents and Those on Other Than Student Visas
    While over 10 percent of the college’s students are non-citizens, most of them are already living in the community and would be asked to follow the procedures for new students or transfer students given above. The only additional step for such students is the requirement to present a visa and passport, or permanent resident card, before their first registration so that their entitlement to in-county status for tuition purposes may be determined. Those who fail to do this will still be admitted but will be classified as out-of-state residents for tuition purposes until such time as the documents are provided and a final determination made. More information
    Transferring Students
    Students who have earned credit at another college may be able to use that credit toward a degree at Prince George’s Community College regardless of the age of the courses taken. Students also may earn transfer credit from nontraditional sources, such as military or job training. More information
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    Credit courses and programs prepare students for transfer to four-year institutions or for entry directly into the workforce. Credit students are able to earn degrees and certificates in traditional and cutting-edge disciplines such as nursing, teacher education, business, criminal justice, information security, and more than 60 other areas. 


    If you are interested in learning a new skill or trade, gaining entry level skills, or exploring a new hobby or interest, then noncredit courses, also known as Workforce Development and Continuing Education courses, are for you! Noncredit courses cover a wide range of topics designed to meet the needs of our diverse community. These courses are not designed to count towards a college degree, but instead to count towards your success in your career and in life. Whatever your interest or desire there is a noncredit course or program for you!

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