Olivia Pearson, Supervisor
Alonzo Bailey, College Readiness Specialist
Mardia Blyther, College Readiness Specialist
Kimberly Hyatt, Secretary
Department of Student Services
Office of College Readiness
Oxon Hill Staff Development Center
7711 Livingston Road, Suite E
Oxon Hill, MD 20745
Office Phone (301) 499-9222
Through a groundbreaking partnership, Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS), Prince George’s Community College (PGCC) and University of Maryland Global Campus are offering an affordable pathway to a bachelor’s degree for students in Prince George’s County, beginning with dual enrollment in high school.
The 3D Scholars Program application cycle for the school year 2022-23 will open October 1, 2021.
The Prince George's 3D Scholars program is a specialized program through which students earn credits towards an associate's degree while in high school, then immediately transition to Prince George's Community College (PGCC) to complete their associate's degree, and are then awarded a scholarship to University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC) to earn their bachelor's degree. Available courses of study: Business Administration, Criminal Justice, and Computer Networks and Cybersecurity. The name "3D" stands for the three degrees earned in the program; high school diploma (PGCPS), associate's degree (PGCPS), bachelor's degree (UMGC). Only 50 seats are available for incoming 9th graders. Qualifying applicants will be screened by the strength of the application packet and final selections via lottery. The 3D Scholars program is located at Charles H. Flowers High School.
This program is a partnership with Prince George Community College and University of Maryland Global Campus where students may earn a Bachelor’s degree for a total cost of less than $10,000.