Welcome to the Teaching, Learning, and Student Success Area's Home Page at Prince George's Community College. With over 250 full-time faculty, approximately 500 adjunct faculty, roughly 150 staff members, and 10 academic administrators, the College's Academic Team serves an estimated 18,000 credit students annually. The Teaching, Learning, and Student Success Area is responsible for serving the holistic learning needs of students in over 64 degree, certificate, and letter of recognition programs through five academic divisions, 21 academic departments, the College Library, and various academic support centers and tutoring labs. These programs and services are available at the College's Largo Campus and its three degree centers in Laurel, Hyattsville, and at Joint Base Andrews. We are very proud of our outstanding faculty and staff and their continued advocacy of student excellence and achievement through the following special programs and activities: African-American Studies Institute Art Gallery exhibits Book Bridge Project Collegian Centers Faculty Mentoring Program Hillman Entrepreneurs Honors Program and Academy International Education Center Musical performing arts groups Office of Service-Learning Psi Beta Honors Society in Psychology Tau Pi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Theatre Productions Tutoring and Writing Centers In keeping with the College's goal of fostering student engagement in a learning-centered environment, the Teaching, Learning, and Student Success Area continues to examine and develop new programs and services in response to both learners' educational, personal, and career goals and employers' workforce development needs. Please feel free to explore our web site and call us to learn more about our academic programs, the vast array of learning opportunities that exist here, and the varied support services that PGCC has to offer.