One of 23 colleges in the Virginia Community College System, Paul D. Camp Community College serves the cities of Franklin and Suffolk and the counties of Isle of Wight and Southampton. Beginning as a one-campus institution in Franklin in 1971, it has since expanded to include a Campus in Suffolk, an off-campus Center in Smithfield and a Regional Workforce Development Center in Franklin.
757.569.6795 (Main Office)
P. O. Box 737
100 North College Drive
Franklin, VA 23851 U.S.A.
At Paul D. Camp Community College, we are committed to
The Value of Each Individual — Each person is important. We appreciate the diversity of our student body and college employees. We seek to understand and respect one another.
The Development of Talent — Faculty, staff and students bring knowledge, skills and abilities to the institution. We encourage them to develop their full potential in order to live responsible and productive lives.
Teamwork and Community — We accomplish more by working together. Collaboration is an organizational priority for faculty and staff and a learning expectation for students.
Access and Service — We serve students and each other by working to remove obstacles that threaten success. We challenge students to do the same in their communities.
Standards of Excellence — We expect each student and college employee to achieve the standards of quality identified for their academic plan or administrative unit.
Innovation and Risk-taking — We encourage each other to try new ways to address challenges and fulfill the college’s mission.
Accountability and Improvement — We expect individual students and college employees to fulfill their responsibilities. Meaningful evaluation of student outcomes and other measures of institutional and individual effectiveness are used to improve performance, programs and services.