APPLY FOR ADMISSION
Complete an application online at http://apply.vccs.edu or pick up an application from the Office of Admissions. There is no application fee. Online applications are preferred.
APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID
Complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFA) at fafsa.ed.gov
Paul D. Camp Community College’s school code is 009159.
TAKE A PLACEMENT TEST
Placement testing is required for most programs of study unless you meet certain exception criteria.
Register to take a placement test if:
- You graduated high school less than 5 years ago and did not have a 2.7 or better high school GPA
- You graduated high school more than 5 years ago and have never taken college level English or Math
- You do not have qualifying SAT or ACT scores
- You do not have qualifying GED Math/English scores
- You completed developmental coursework more than 5 years ago
ORDER TRANSCRIPTS and/or Score Reports (if applicable)
Provide official high school transcripts, transcripts from any other colleges/universities attended, SAT, ACT, or GED scores to the PDCCC Office of Admissions, 100 N. College Drive, Franklin, VA 23851. Any transferrable credit applicable to your selected program of study will be evaluated and posted to your PDCCC academic record.
MEET WITH AN ADVISOR
An advisor will discuss your placement test results and any other entrance requirements, and provide assistance with course scheduling and setting up your first semester courses. Please bring copies of high school and college transcripts with you to this meeting.
REGISTER FOR CLASSES
Register for classes in person, or online at MyPDCCC.
PAY FOR YOUR CLASSES
Pay tuition and fees by the deadline. Payment may be made by credit card (Visa or MasterCard) online through MyPDCCC, or mailed (check or money order) to the Business Office.
COMPLETE NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION
New students receive an invitation to New Student Orientation. It is important that you attend orientation for important information about first-semester success!
Remember to obtain your student identification card and memorize your seven-digit student ID number.