Gain college experience before your high school graduation.
Get a sneak peek at what college life is really about, both academically and socially, and save money by taking classes here.
We can connect you with college classes or associate degree programs geared toward specific careers.
Dual and Concurrent Enrollment Programs
Public school, private school, and home school students who live in Prince George’s County can take classes at PGCC to earn credit at a reduced price. Learn more.
Our Creating Opportunities for Academic Success and Transfer (COAST) program places academic coaches in 16 local schools. These coaches offer guidance and help smooth the path from high school to college. Learn more.
Upward Bound is a federally funded TRiO program that serves high school students from certain high schools in the county through their transition to college. Learn more.
Prince George's County high school students can attend Prince George’s Community College full time in their senior year. Early Admissions is a program for high school students who have already met their high school requirements.
Contact your high school professional school counselor to learn more.
Underage Talented and Gifted Program (TAG)
Gifted students who do not yet meet the grade level requirements for dual or concurrent enrollment and have not yet earned a high school diploma or GED can take classes at PGCC. Get information to see if the TAG program is right for you (or your child). Learn more.
Early/Middle College Programs
Early and Middle College Programs provide the opportunity, through a rigorous dual enrollment course pathway, for first-generation and low socio-economic students to earn their high school diploma, specialized certification(s), and an associate and/or bachelor’s degree in a specified discipline within four to six years. In addition to providing early college access to underserved populations, data show that the early/middle college model improves retention, GPA and degree completion.
Prince George’s Community College and Prince George’s County Public Schools have established highly successful early/middle college programs with additional partners, including business and industry and four-year institutions to facilitate degree completion.
Need Help Signing Up or Finding a Class?
We can guide you to a path that fits your future plans.
Office of Recruitment and Admissions
Monday–Thursday: 8:30 a.m.–8 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
Bladen Hall, Room 125