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 associates degree, and are then awarded a scholarship to University of Maryland Global Campus 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 University of Maryland Global Campus. Only 50 seats are available for incoming 9th graders.
Students obtain 3 degrees. The entire program is at a cost of $10,000 or less for participating students. Students receive individual counseling and advisement as well as wrap-around services to support them with degree completion.
Rising 9th and 10th graders. 10th graders are accepted based on availability.