Founded in 1965, Chesapeake College was the first community college in the state of Maryland. It has a main campus in Wye Mills, Maryland, in addition to a satellite campus in Cambridge, Maryland. The college offers certificate, diploma, and associate programs in areas such as criminal justice, cooperative education, and agriculture & environmental studies. Continuing education and an honors program are also offered. It has an easy-to-use online campus where students can attend classes and submit assignments. With a small student population of about 3000, Chesapeake provides student services such as academic advising, career and personal counselling, tutoring, and career assistance. Students can participate in intramural sports, clubs & organisations such as the Geek Life Club & Gay-Straight Alliance, and various sponsored events. Those at Chesapeake will enjoy visiting the site of the Wye Oak, which was the largest tree in the US, until its demise in 2002, as well nearby Stevensville for its dated buildings.