Student Success Stories

  • Allison Fluharty

    Fluharty served as president of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society’s Tau Pi chapter and as vice president of the Noypi Society. Full Story

    Andrea Harrison

    Vowing to “keep community first,” Prince George’s County Council Chair Andrea Harrison was the first woman elected to represent District 5. Full Story

    Carlos Biaou

    Biaou is a native of Benin (West Africa) where problems with electricity inspired him to study engineering. Full Story

    Carlos Fuentes

    After researching other options, Fuentes chose the college because of its affordability, convenient location and good reviews. Full Story

    Darious Jackson

    As a senior, Jackson applied for and was accepted into the dual enrollment program. Full Story

    Fernandina Neptune

    Enrolling at Prince George’s Community College, Fernandina Neptune found more than she bargained for. Full Story

    Hera Huggins

    Graphic designer Hera Huggins came to the college to upgrade her skills in response to the industry’s shift from print to digital formats. Full Story

    Jan Scruggs

    In 1979, Jan C. Scruggs began work on a plan to erect a memorial to those who served in Vietnam. Full Story

    Kathy Linville

    Kathy Linville was already a registered nurse when she arrived at Prince George’s Community College at the age of 37. Full Story

    Nicholas Plants

    When philosophy Professor Nicholas Plants starts off a new semester at Prince George’s Community College, he makes a point of telling his students that he too attended the college. Full Story

    Noor Tagouri

    At 18 years old, Tagouri is the youngest graduate to be selected as Student Commencement Speaker. Full Story

    Pamela Thomas

    As a mother of three with a full-time job, Pamela Thomas already had a full schedule when she and a friend made a life-changing decision. Full Story