Main Campus (Largo)
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 the 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 campus.
From Virginia or Washington, D.C.
Follow the Beltway (Interstate 495) north, taking exit 15A (Upper Marlboro). Take the Prince George's Community College (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 of Columbia, you can also follow East Capitol Street, which becomes Central Avenue. Take the PGCC exit onto Route 202 south. Cross the intersection of Campus Way, and take the first right onto the campus.
From Route 301
Take Central Avenue (Route 214 west). Make a left at Campus Way and follow it for about one-quarter mile to Route 202. Make a left onto Route 202. The College will be on your immediate right. Take the first right from Route 202 onto the campus.
Free parking in designated areas on campus is available for students.
Prince George's Community College does not issue stickers for disability parking.
Joint Base Andrews
Laurel College Center
Free parking is always available at the Laurel Shopping Center in the yellow-lined parking spaces. After 5 p.m. and all day on weekends, free parking is also available in the lot on Marshall Avenue that is located across from and to the side of the building.
Learn more about parking at Laurel College Center and get directions to the Laurel College Center Campus.
Skilled Trades Center
Parking is free at the Skilled Trades Center.
University Town Center
There is free parking for the first three and a half hours in parking Garage A, located at 3325 Toledo Rd. After the first three and a half hours, Prince George’s Community College students and visitors can validate their parking coupons to receive 50 percent off the posted parking rates.
Westphalia Training Center
Parking is free at Westphalia Training Center.
Traffic Appeal Forms
Traffic Appeal forms are available in the Office of Student Engagement and Leadership for those wishing to appeal a traffic ticket. The forms must be completed within 10 business days of the ticket being issued. For more information about appealing a traffic ticket, contact the Office of Student Engagement and Leadership at 301-546-0853.