Prince Frederick Campus

The Prince Frederick Campus in Calvert County hosts a variety of amenities, including two state-of-the-art buildings consisting of nearly 90,000 square feet. The campus has specialized science labs, allied health labs, a distance learning classroom, a nuclear engineering technology lab, and fully equipped multi-media meeting space and is home of the Ward Virt’s Concert Series, piano concerts held throughout the year.

Prince Frederick Campus Building B

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115 J.W. Williams Road
Prince Frederick, MD 20678

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Prince Frederick Campus Building A

Contact Us

301-934-2251 or
800-933-9177 (Toll-free)
443-550-6100 (Fax)

Mailing Address:
8730 Mitchell Road
PO Box 910
La Plata, MD 20646-0910

Buildings and Services

John E. Harms Academic Center (Building A)

Welcome Desk, Advising, Disability Support Services, Financial Assistance, Library, Registration, Student Life Office, Counseling Services, Student Account Services, Dual Enrollment, IT Help Desk, Driver Education, Student Lounge, Learning Support Services, Math Resource Center, Adult Education Office, Testing Center, Veteran Services, College Store, Faculty Offices, Public Safety

Building B

Multipurpose/Meeting Rooms, Faculty Offices, Lactation Room, Campus Operations

Farming 4 Hunger Market Garden

The Farming 4 Hunger market garden on the Prince Frederick Campus lawn provides a "'planting of the seed' to harvest" experience that provides food for the region’s hungry and teachable moments in self-sufficiency, team building, service leadership, volunteerism, and finding purpose.


Parking rules and regulations were formulated to ensure that parking is available to members of the college community, emergency vehicles, and to enable the physically handicapped to have clear access to all buildings on campus at all times. Parking is permitted only in marked parking spaces within designated parking areas.

Only those vehicles displaying a handicapped license plate or permit from the MVA are authorized to park in the designated handicapped parking spaces. Failure to display a permit may result in fines up to $100.

Remember, parking is not permitted on J.W.Williams Road nor on Route 231 at any time, and cars parked illegally will be towed.

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