Hospitality, Tourism, Culinary Arts, Dealer School

  • Hospitality/Tourism/Culinary Arts/Dealer School

    About our hospitality, culinary and gaming classes

    Our Hospitality Express program offers certification training for individuals and organizations to ensure an individual’s skills and knowledge of the industry. Hospitality certification courses offered include Customer Service, ServSafe®, START (Skills, Tasks, and Results Training), TIPS and Work Ethic.

    Have a passion for cooking? Our Culinary Arts training offers a hands-on approach. Working with Chef Edward Whitfield and his team, students will learn the science of culinary and the skills needed to become a top chef.

    Interested in becoming a casino gaming dealer? Sign up for our newest program, starting May 2016. Get the skills needed to become a top rated dealer!

    How to register

    How to register for hospitality, culinary and gaming classes  

    First, choose your classes!

    • Click here to see a list of continuing education class areas, OR
    • Click here to see the latest Continuing Education Class Schedule, OR
    • Search Owl Link, the college’s online registration system. Click here to see the WDCE Course Search Tutorial (at the upper left).
    • Note the 5-digit syn number for each class you’ve chosen.

    For additional information on classes in the Hospitality Express program, click here. For information on our Dealer School, click here.

    Next, choose your registration method:

    Register online  

    Registering online, via Owl Link, is fastest, and gives you the best chance to get the classes you want. You’ll need an email address and a credit card to register online.

    • To get started, click here.
      • If you have enrolled before, click on Login to Owllink and follow the prompts.
      • If you are a new student, click on Create a student account. Follow the prompts. You’ll receive two e-mails, with your login name and password information. Use these to log in to Owl Link.
    • Click Enroll and Register for Courses, and then Register for Courses.
    • Enter your Course Code Number OR your 5-digit syn number ONLY and then Submit.
    • Follow the prompts to confirm your class, select additional classes, and pay.

    Register in person  

    To register in person, come to the Admissions and Records Office located in Bladen Hall, Room 126, on the Largo campus. Click here for office hours. Registration is also available at some of the college’s extension centers; click here to see list and contact information.

    Register by mail  

    To register by mail, locate the Continuing Education Student Registration form at the back of the latest Continuing Education Class Schedule. Complete the form and mail it, along with your check or money order (payable to Prince George’s Community College) to:

    Cashier’s Office
    301 Largo Road
    Largo, MD 20774

    If you are a Maryland resident Senior Citizen (60+), Active Military, Maryland Disabled Person, College Employee, or Employee Dependent, or if your employer is paying your tuition, please contact the Office of Admissions and Records at 301-546-7422 before you register.

    You can register up until the start date of your class. Classes fill on a first-come, first-served basis, so register today!

    Paying for classes  

    Tuition listed is for residents of Prince George’s County. Continuing education tuition for residents of other Maryland counties, other states or the District of Columbia is an additional $5-$10 per course.

    There is a $20 registration fee to register for open enrollment classes, per term. This non-refundable fee allows you to register for one or more classes during any given term.

    Online registration is by credit card only; to pay by cash, check, or third-party payment you must come to the campus to register and pay.

    For more information, email Program Director Denise Ware at warewd@pgcc.edu.