myPGCC:  Use myPGCC to provide quick access to Blackboard, Owl Alert, Owl Link, Owl Mail, PGCC news, information, student events and more.  Access myPGCC at or from  Log in using your Owl Link user ID and password.




Blackboard is a Web-based program that serves as the college's online classroom. You will use Blackboard to communicate with your instructor, to see your course materials, to submit assignments and to discuss the course with your classmates.


To log in to your Blackboard course, please follow these steps:


1.    Go to the Prince George's Community College Blackboard Web site which is located at http://pgcconline.blackboard.comNOTE: There is no "www" in the Blackboard address.


PGCC Students must log in to Blackboard using their Owl Link user ID and password.

Howard Community College Students will receive instructions for requesting a PGCC Blackboard account from their instructor.  Once the account is requested, the student will receive an email (to their HCC student email address) from eLearning Services with login information.


2.    Type your Owl Link user ID and password into the Blackboard login box.  If your login is successful, you will see the PGCC Blackboard Homepage. In the module labeled "My Courses,” you will see the course(s) in which you are enrolled.  Click on the course name to access your Blackboard course.


Need help?


·         Need technical assistance? Visit the eLearning website at

·         Other questions? E-mail



Log in to myPGCC from or from to access more information on Academic Programs and Services.



Collegian Centers

The College’s Collegian Centers provide a “place to belong” outside of the classroom.  They bring students in particular disciplines together for co-curricular activities and opportunities:


·         Administration of Justice – for students interested in criminal                                 

justice, corrections, forensic science, and paralegal/pre-law

Email:                                             301-322-0753


Ÿ   Bernard Center – for students interested in business                                                

management and accounting                                                                                     

Email:                                                   301-322-0554


·         Health Sciences Collegian Center – for students admitted

      to any of the Health Sciences programs

      Email:                         301-341-3017


·         Humanities – for students interested in art, communication,

English, language studies, music, philosophy, and theatre                                        

Website:                                            301-386-7551

Email:                               301-322-0567


·         PSE – for students interested in psychology, sociology, and



Email:                                          301-322-0555


·         STEM – for students interested in science, technology,                                           

engineering, and mathematics

Website:                                             301-322-0595

Email:                                      301-386-7574



Faculty Mentoring Program

Marlboro Hall, Room 2038                                                                            301-386-7587

Through the Faculty Mentoring Program, first-time, full-time students are paired with PGCC faculty who serve as mentors. Mentors share their knowledge and expertise to help students enhance their education, advance in their careers, and build supportive networks.  The goal of the Faculty Mentoring Program is to improve the retention, engagement, and graduation rates of students in a learning-centered environment.


Hillman Entrepreneurs Program                                                                                       

Marlboro Hall, Room 2051                                                                 301-322-0700

The Hillman Entrepreneurs Program is an innovative educational initiative tailored to the needs of transfer students who begin their studies at Prince George’s Community College and complete their bachelor’s degrees at the University of Maryland, College Park.  The four-year Hillman Entrepreneurs Program is a scholarship program targeted to students who have an interest in entrepreneurship and an enthusiasm for starting a business venture or leading a company.


Honors Academy/Program                                                                                                 

Marlboro Hall, Room 1087                                                                            301-322-0433

The Honors Academy admits academically outstanding honors students who are interested in a rigorous program of academic excellence, intellectual development, leadership, and community service.  Prince George's Community College’s Honors Program promotes students’ intellectual growth and enrichment.


International Education Center

Lanham Hall, Room 221                                             301-322-0750

The International Education Center provides academic support and assistance to students who need help with courses or with understanding the American higher education system. The Center brings international and American students together for learning enrichment activities, including a variety of discussion forums that foster awareness and understanding of cultural issues.



Lanham Hall, Room 225                                                                                301-322-0713

The Service-Learning Program encourages the development of civic responsibility through students’ participation in service projects within the community that support their academic objectives. Through service-learning, students learn actively by applying principles learned in the classroom while developing critical reflective thinking as well as personal and civic responsibility.





                                          Student Development Services


Student Development Services offers programs that provide students with academic and career advising, personal counseling, and mentoring.  For more information, log in to myPGCC from or from, or call 301-322-0886, or check the college website:



Computer and Learning Labs





Hours of Operation


Marlboro Learning Lab

Marlboro Hall

Room 2129


Mon.-Thurs.:  8 am – 8:45 pm

Fri.:  8 am – 3:45 pm

Sat.:  8:30 am – 2:45 pm

Sun.:  10 am – 1 pm


Math Learning Center

Marlboro Hall

Room 3104


Mon.-Wed.: 10 am – 8 pm

Tue.-Thu.: 9 am – 8 pm

Fri.:  9 am – 5 pm

Sat.:  9 am – 2 pm

Sun.:  Closed


Open Computer Lab

Bladen Computer Center


Bladen Hall

Room 104


Mon.-Thurs.:  8 am – 10:15 pm

Fri.:  8 am – 5 pm

Sat.:  9 am – 4:45 pm

Sun.:  Closed


Open Computer Lab

Center for Advanced Technology

Center for Advanced Technology

Rooms 101 and 201



Ext. 9091

Mon.-Fri.:  8 am – 10:15 pm

Sat.:  9 am – 4:45 pm (first floor only)

Sun.:  Closed



Other Resources, Services, and Academic Support





Hours of Operation



Academic Advising and Transfer Services

Bladen Hall

Room 124


Mon.-Thurs.:  8:30 am – 8 pm

Fri: 8:30 am – 5 pm

Sat.:  Closed

Sun:  Closed

Academic Advising Website:









Hours of Operation



Largo Student Center

Room 116



Mon-Thurs:   8:30 am – 5:00 pm 

Fri:                 8:30 am – 4:00 pm

There are extended and Saturday hours at the beginning of the semester.  Please call or check website to confirm.

Bookstore Website:





Campus Police

Facilities Management Building


24 hours, 7 days a week





College Life Services

Largo Student Center Room 149


Mon.-Fri.:  8:30 am – 5 pm






eLearning Services



Accokeek Hall Building

Room 346


Mon.-Fri.:  8:30 am  – 8 pm  

Fri.:  8:30 am – 5 pm  

with phone support available until 9 pm

eLearning Services Website:





Accokeek Hall

First and Second Floors


Mon-Thurs.:  8:00 am – 8 pm

Fri.:  8:00 am – 5 pm

Sat.:  10 am – 3 pm

Sun.:  Closed

Library Website:


Testing Center

(Student Assessment Services)


Bladen Hall

Room 100



Mon-Thurs.:  8:30 am – 8:30 pm

Fri.*:  8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Sat.:  9 am – 3:30 pm

Sun:  Closed


No additional students will be admitted for testing 30 minutes prior to the posted closing time.


*On the first Friday of each month, the Center closes at

2:30 pm with no admittance

after 2 pm.

Testing Center Website:                                                                                 



Tutoring and Writing


Bladen Hall

Room 107



Mon-Thurs.:  8:30 am – 8:30 pm

Fri.:  8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Sat.: 8:30 am – 3:30 pm

Tutoring and Writing Centers Website: