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College of Southern Maryland
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8730 Mitchell Rd
PO Box 910
La Plata, MD 20646-0910
301-934-2251




    Fun Facts

Tour of Prince Frederick Campus

In 1980, the Community College at Calvert County was established.

Charles the Hawk (a red-shouldered hawk) became the mascot of the college in 1975. Today, the Hawk is a frequent visitor to baseball games at the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs, as well as around campus.


Prince Frederick Campus Tour

Individual Tours

Individual visits include a tour of our campus by a staff member from the College of Southern Maryland. Please plan to allow approximately one hour for your visit, as this allows ample time to answer your questions.

Group Tours


Group visits are designed for schools, clubs, and organizations to experience our campus. Group Visits may be scheduled on days when the college is open. We only schedule one group visit per day to allow your students the best experience possible!

To schedule your visit, please email us at Visit@csmd.edu . Please contact us at least three weeks in advance to coordinate your customized visit.

Visit Information and Directions

To schedule a campus tour at the Prince Frederick campus, please contact us at visit@csmd.edu or at 301-934-7765.

 

Due to the high volume of incoming students enrolling in the Fall and Spring semesters, we are unable to provide campus tours in August and January

 

If you need directions to the Prince Frederick Campus, please click here.

Campus visits take place rain or shine. In the event of inclement weather, the College of Southern Maryland will post campus closings and delays on our home page. For more information on closings and delays visit our Campus Advisory Status Page or call our Emergency Closing Hotline at 1-800-650-4023 or 301-369-1999. Please note that we do not necessarily follow the same schedule as the local school systems.