College Offices support the core excellence and character of Paul D. Camp Community College (PDCCC). The people (employee directory) who work in the departments and offices of PDCCC recognize their special responsibility to the citizens of Virginia through public and community service to the Commonwealth. Individually, PDCCC administrators and staff offer their expertise, skills and experience to their daily responsibilities and activities. Collectively, our administrators, faculty and staff contribute to the richness of our community while supporting PDCCC’s mission of teaching and public service.
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Academic and Student Development
Admissions and Student Services
Franklin 757.569.6707; Suffolk 757.925.6312; Smithfield 757.925.6340
PDCCC’s Admissions Office is responsible for student recruitment. Admissions provides services for student application to the College, counseling services, registration for classes, student transfer from other colleges, student transcripts, graduation services, and many other student focused services.
The Alumni Association is an independent organization that serves PDCCC and its many alumni, students, parents and friends.
Assessment and Institutional Research
The Office supports, coordinates, and advances empirically-based efforts to demonstrate that the college is fulfilling its academic mission and enhancing the quality of a PDCCC education.
Buildings and Grounds
Franklin 757.569.6769; Suffolk 757.925.6335
Franklin 757.569.6727; Suffolk 757.925.6303
The Business Office is responsible for providing comprehensive accounting services in support of the College’s primary mission of education and public service. The Business Office is also responsible for the issuance of student billings for tuition, fees and other associated charges. The department is also responsible for the disbursement of Federal and private student loans.
Career Development Center
The goal of the Paul D. Camp Community College Career Development Center is to support and guide students through career discovery to employment. This work is accomplished through a broad array of programs and services that focus on student’s individual needs, empowering them to make informed career and educational decisions. Activities of the Career Development Center include: assisting students in exploring careers and college programs; locating internships; helping students and alumni prepare for job searches and successful interviews.
Chancellor’s College Success Coach Initiative S.T.E.P.S.
The S.T.E.P.S. (Students Transitioning through Education Programs Successfully) program was developed by Paul D. Camp Community College in alignment with the Virginia’s Community Colleges Chancellor’s College Success Coach Initiative.
Franklin 757.569.6726; Suffolk 757.925.6320
The Computing Services Office that is a service-based information technology organization, provides students, faculty and staff with the necessary tools and resources to maximize their teaching, learning, and on-campus technology experience.
Distance Education provides support to faculty and students using Blackboard, online learning and compressed video educational services.
Franklin 757.569.6715; Suffolk 757.925.6346
PDCCC provides quality education at affordable prices. The Financial Aid Office is dedicated to helping students and families meet the costs that are beyond individual and family resources.
Financial and Administrative Services
Human Resources and Payroll
Franklin Human Resources 757.569.6708
Franklin Payroll 757.569.6711
The Office of Institutional Advancement manages public relations and is the central location for campus-wide news, advertising and college events.
Franklin 757.569.6737; Suffolk 757.925.6339
PDCCC’s library system includes libraries on the Franklin and Suffolk campuses and shares the Smithfield Public Library.
Franklin 757.569.6754; Suffolk 757.925.6307
The On Ramp Program assists dislocated workers with tuition, books and fees in an effort to successfully transition them back into the workforce through short-term certificate programs.
President, Office of the
Safety and Security
Student Support Services
Franklin 757.569.6725; Suffolk 757.925.6308
Student Support Services (SSS) provides opportunities to qualified students for academic development, assists students with basic college requirements, and motivates students toward the successful completion of their postsecondary education. The goal of SSS is to increase the college retention and graduation rates of its participants.
Upward Bound provides fundamental support to participants in preparation for college entrance. The program provides opportunities for participants to succeed in pre-college performance and ultimately in higher education pursuits. It serves high school students from low-income families and high school students from families in which neither parent holds a bachelors degree. The goal of Upward Bound is to increase the rates at which participants enroll in and graduate from institutions of postsecondary education.
Franklin 757.569.6050; Suffolk 757.514.7738
Workforce Development offers a variety of training and educational options to meet the needs of new and existing employers.