Whether you’re pursuing a long-held interest, completing coursework needed for your career, or simply discovering your next step, learn about all that LCC has to offer.
Bringing together a community of Maryland colleges and universities, Laurel College Center is an academic hub offering courses in many educational areas. Whatever you choose to study at LCC, we are committed to supporting you as you advance your career, gain workforce credentials, or enhance your skills. Classes at LCC are conveniently offered in daytime, evening, and weekend formats to help you obtain your degree or prepare to join the workforce or transfer. We are proud to serve students of all ages and interests in our convenient downtown Laurel setting. Learn more about why to choose LCC.
Through community college founding partners Howard Community College and Prince George's Community College, Laurel College Center offers programs in select areas of study such as business administration and criminal justice. LCC is the place to start whether you want to obtain an associate degree or transfer credits to a four-year college or university.
Through our partner universities, LCC offers select bachelor's degree programs in innovative areas of study, such as information systems management, criminal justice, and psychology. Discover which bachelor's degree programs will meet your career goals.
Continue your education beyond your bachelor’s degree at LCC through courses offered by our partner colleges and universities. Find out more about the programs offered and the opportunities that await you.
Pursue your interests in one of our lifestyle and leisure classes, or gain valuable credentials to advance in your career. Explore noncredit program offerings and start enriching your life today!
Learn English with English for Speakers of other Languages (ESL) classes that provide the knowledge you need for work, home, and school—from vocabulary improvement to communication skills to reading and writing.
Take preparation classes at LCC to prepare to sit for the General Educational Development (GED) exam and obtain your Maryland high school diploma.