Welcome to the Office of Records and Registration!

Mission Statement

The Office of Records and Registration, part of the College’s Student Enrollment Services division, provides administrative and logistical support for the College’s curriculum, reinforces its academic policies, maintains the integrity of its institutional and educational records, facilitates a culture that preserves the value of the College and its community, and fosters a commitment to serving students and promoting student success.

Customer Service Statement

The Office of Records and Registration serves the College community with sincerity and respect while embracing our principles and values and supporting the strategic goals of Student Affairs and the College.

Our principles and values include honesty, compassion, ethics, and transparency.


Please refer to the individual services to the left for additional information.

Learn more about the application and admissions process >

Once you have applied and been admitted, you can plan, schedule, and register for courses online using Owl Link. You can register until a class starts, but we suggest you register early because our classes fill up quickly.

How to Register for Classes

Credit Students

Students seeking a degree or credit certificate, as well as visiting students can find registration instructions, deadlines, refund policies and waitlist information here.


Continuing Education Students

Students interested in programs and courses for professional and personal enrichment can find registration and payment information here.


Seasoned Adults Growing Educationally (SAGE)

Learn more about the requirements and registration process for the College’s SAGE program for Maryland residents age 60 and older here.



Search for Courses

Courses are offered in many formats to fit your needs, including flexible online, scheduled remote, and several hybrid options. You can also search by location, day of week, and more to find the right class(es) for you!


Transfer Credit

Students may be awarded credit for prior educational experiences including work at other colleges and universities, military experience and training, examination and portfolio review. Learn more about the guidelines and evaluation proces, click here.

Graduation Information

Students completing a degree or certificate program must submit an application for graduation prior to the deadline. Instructions and deadlines can be found here.

Exceptional Tuition and Fees Refund Appeal

Prince George’s Community College expects all students to know their enrollment and tuition status and take appropriate and timely steps to address irregularities. The College also recognizes that students sometimes encounter extraordinary circumstances that are out of their control, which may necessitate a change in academic plans.

The Exceptional Tuition Refund Appeals Committee considers tuition and fees refund appeals only in extreme circumstances.

Please refer to the Exceptional Tuition and Fees Refund Appeal Form to view the policy, process, and qualifying exceptions. (Please note that active PGCC credentials are required to access the form.) All submitted Exceptional Tuition and Fees Refund Appeal forms must include a personal statement and supporting documentation. Please contact exc-appeals@pgcc.edu if you have any questions.

Important Links

You may also email internationalgroup@pgcc.edu if you have any questions about the F-1 admissions and enrollment process.