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Academic Advising

Providing guidance and direction to help you meet your potential.

Academic advising provides support as you navigate the college experience, from academic planning and course selection to career planning and transfer advising. Our advisors help you access resources offered at the Laurel College Center and your main campus.

Advising at Laurel College Center is offered to students of Howard Community College (HCC) and Prince George's Community College (PGCC) for select services, including course selection and registration, career planning, and transfer preparation. A full range of academic and career planning services is available from the advising staff at your home campus.

Get in touch with the Advising Office at LCC to learn more, or email advisors at the main campus with questions.
 

Walk-in advising is welcomed at LCC, however we encourage students to try and schedule an appointment as our advisors will also be assisting students with scheduled appointments.

 

HCC Advising

For In-Person HCC Advising, please click the link: https://outlook.office365.com/owa/calendar/LaurelCollegeCenter1@pgccedu.onmicrosoft.com/bookings/ (Please note, LCC's HCC advisor is only available on Wednesdays, until further notice)

For General Academic Advising: advising@howardcc.edu 

For General Admission Inquiries: admissions@howardcc.edu

 

PGCC Advising

For All Advising Services (In-Person at LCC or Virtual) please click on the following link to make your appointment through PGCC Navigate: https://www.pgcc.edu/admissions--registration/advising/navigate/

YouTube Video (Step-by-step Navigate Instructions): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CD6YOlGfox0

LCC’s PGCC Advising Email: LaurelCollegeCenter@pgcc.edu

General Academic Advising Inquiries (e-Advising): https://www.pgcc.edu/admissions--registration/advising/e-advising/

 

BSU Advising

The Academic Advising Center advises students having earned less than 60 credits in most majors. Students having earned 60 or more credits should make an academic advising appointment with their department. Connect with an advisor online.