Prince George's Community College provides a variety of support services to meet student needs. Turn to any of the resources below for help staying on track to achieve academic, personal, and career success.
Behavioral Intervention Team
The Behavioral Intervention Team works to support those in need and to prevent situations where students engage in harmful or disruptive behaviors.
Student Academic Planning and Career Readiness (SAPCR)
Student Academic Planning and Career Readiness (SAPCR) offers comprehensive academic advising services, transfer services, career services, and internship opportunities.
The Wellness Center provides students with opportunities for awareness and prevention, while providing services, programming, and resources to address mental, physical, and social well-being.
Disability Support Services
If you have a documented disability, the Disability Support Services office can connect you with counseling, note-taking, interpreters, and more.
The college offers several mentoring programs to help enhance the academic and career success of students.
PGCC Cares mobilizes the college's internal and external community to provide critical resources for students, from an on-site food pantry to emergency funds.
The Testing Center administers college placement tests and proctored course exams to ensure that students are placed in the right classes.
Student Identification Cards
Find out how to get a Student Identification Card.
TriO Student Support Services
TriO Student Support Services is a comprehensive, federally-funded program that offers academic coaching if you need scholarly support to reach your educational and career goals.
Tech Prep Program Services
TECHnical PREParation is designed to prepare you for the workplace. Tech Prep requires you to complete a sequence of academic and technical coursework, starting in high school and continuing through postsecondary education.
Transcript and Verification Requests
The college has tutoring centers focused on math and writing, as well as general academic support services.
If you are a veteran, the Veterans Services Office helps you access financial benefits, such as the GI Bill and other support services.