Dual Enrollment

Save up to $26,000 in one year through dual enrollment!

Dual Enrollment with Paul D. Camp Community College gives high school students the opportunity to take college courses in their own high school, at a PDCCC campus or center, or with PDCCC online. While students work toward high school graduation, they also earn college credits. Students can even complete a general education certificate or general studies degree at the same time they graduate from high school.

Dual Enrollment Information Sessions

Dates for Sessions:

  • Wednesday, February 5 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
    Kings Fork High School, 351 Kings Fork Rd., Suffolk
  • Wednesday, February 12 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
    Smithfield Center, 253 James St., Smithfield
  • Tuesday, February 18 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
    Workforce Development Center, 100 N. College Dr., Franklin
  • Wednesday, February 26 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
    Workforce Development Center, 100 N. College Drive, Franklin

Session Overview:

  • Attendees can get questions answered and obtain information on costs, etc. for enrolling in dual enrollment services.
  • Attendees can learn the benefits to students of this program.
  • Attendees can learn the differences and similarities of the dual enrollment program to other programs such as Advanced Placement
  • Paul D. Camp Community College Counselors will be available to respond to other questions/interests!!

Dual Enrollment General Information Brochure

Benefits of Dual Enrollment

Eligibility for Dual Enrollment

Apply for admission as a Dual Enrollment Student

Classes available through Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment and Advanced Placement

Cost Information

Financial assistance

Dual Enrollment for Home Schooled Students

Student Testimonials

Virginia Wizard

For more information students should contact the PDCCC High School Career Coach assigned to your High School:

Private school and home school students should contact PDCCC’s Dual Enrollment Coordinator, Audrey Lawrence (alawrence@pdc.edu) for more information.

School Divisions: