Pathways - Guiding Students to College Completion
Prince George’s Community College was selected by the American Association of Community (AACC) Colleges as a Pathways institution. PGCC joined a cohort of 29 colleges and university across the country in 2016 for participation in the national project.
National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Two-Year Education
The National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security has certified Prince George’s Community College as one of only 32 community colleges for this certification. The college is certified from 2010 to 2015.
White House Champion of Change
Prince George’s Community College is the only college in Maryland to be selected as a White House Champion of Change for its commitment to improving completion rates, especially among disadvantaged students, and for its sector-based partnerships.
National Cyberwatch Center funded by the National Science Foundation
Prince George’s Community College is the headquarters for the National CyberWatch Center. The mission of the National Center is to lead collaborative efforts to advance cybersecurity education and strengthen the national cybersecurity workforce. The center is funded by the National Science Foundation. For more information, visit www.nationalcyberwatch.org
Achieving the Dream College
Selected as one of 30 community colleges in the 2011 cohort and one of 200 colleges and universities nationwide, Prince George’s Community College was chosen because of its dedication to increasing the number of students who complete and graduate.
Innovation of the Year Award
The Envision Success institutional priority and completion agenda was honored by the League for Innovation in the Community College with a 2013 Innovation of the Year Award in the Leadership and Organization category and was one of 42 such recipients nationwide.
Top 25 Associate Degree Producer Among African-Americans
Prince George’s Community College awards the most associate degrees to African-Americans of any college in Maryland, according to Diverse Issues In Higher Education. The college was ranked number 21 among all colleges in the country for African-American graduates based on the 2010-2011 U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics.