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312 Marshall Avenue, Suite 205
Laurel, MD 20707

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The Laurel College Center (LCC) supports Prince George's Community College's effort to make higher education and continuing education more accessible to the residents of Laurel and the surrounding area.

Established in the fall of 2001, Laurel College Center has been growing ever since. The center is conveniently located in downtown Laurel. Classes are small with daytime, evening, and weekend class times available.

Associate degrees are offered in General Studies, Business Administration, and Psychology. In addition, more than 200 credit and continuing education courses are offered each semester. 

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Refer to the items below for the latest updates on Laurel College Center operations.

How will the change of ownership affect the future of Laurel Community College (LCC)?

Prince George's Community College is currently developing and reviewing several options regarding what LCC will look like in the summer of 2024. This may include a new vision and identity for LCC as we look at opportunities within the College and how we can best serve the community.

Is Prince George's Community College seeking a new partnership?

Prince George's Community College will continue to maintain partnerships with the 4-year institutions including its relationship with the University of Maryland Global Campus, Washington Adventist University, Morgan State University, and Bowie State University to operate and remain as a Regional Higher Education Center. Seeking a new partnership is one of the possible options for LCC’s future.

What are the significant programmatic changes that will occur at LCC as a result of the change in partnership?

Over the next year, there are no significant programmatic changes. LCC will continue to be a destination where students can complete, the AA in Psychology, AA in General Studies, as well as the AS in Business Administration.

What classes did the partnership with Howard Community College offer at LCC that is no longer available in the future?

All of the courses that were previously available and lead directly to the programs listed above will continue to be offered at LCC. Additionally, LCC will continue to offer additional pre-requisite classes outside of the programs as scheduled.

Will there be a loss of any other partnerships that may have occurred because of the partnership with HCC?

Prince George's Community College's 4-year university partners are committed to working with the College to ensure the academic success of all students.

Are LCC jobs impacted?

As stated in the President’s message, we are dedicated to PGCC staff at the center and will continue to offer the full course schedule. We don’t anticipate any reduction of faculty, staff, or services at the LCC location.

How does this change the way we market and promote LCC?

The marketing component will receive a complete overhaul. Several promotional activities, such as direct mail postcards, in-person open houses, and digital, will continue with the addition of new marketing initiatives, including market research, streaming television and radio, and a presence in the Washington Commanders Yearbook.