The variety of courses available to PDCCC students has been increased by a Cross-Registration Agreement within the Virginia Tidewater Consortium under which students at any of the member institutions may enroll in certain courses at any of the other institutions. The cross-registration agreement of the Tidewater Consortium for Continuing Higher Education is as follows:
- Students at Paul D. Camp Community College may register on a credit or audit basis for courses offered.
- The grading system of Paul D. Camp Community College will be used by the host institution. Course grade data will be posted on the student’s PDCCC permanent record.
- Tuition will be charged by PDCCC for a cross-registered course. The student must assume costs for all transportation, books, materials, lab fees, applied music fees, etc.
Normally, the desired course must not be currently available at Paul D. Camp Community College.
Students will be governed by rules and regulations of the host institution while in attendance there.
A Cross Registration Form must be completed and signed by the appropriate personnel at the host institution and at PDCCC. Where necessary, the Cross Registration Form will certify that the student has met course prerequisites. Cross registered students must follow the drop/withdrawal regulations at both the host institution and at PDCCC.