The mission of Student Development Services at Paul D. Camp Community College is to provide the essential services in support of the academic mission of the College. Our goal is to contribute signiﬁcantly and directly to students’ education and development.
Student services share three main expectations in carrying out its mission. The ﬁrst expectation pertains to access and entry services. Through a collaborative effort, student development services continually identiﬁes and reduces barriers encountered by students in meeting their educational goals. Areas examined include recruitment, admissions, ﬁnancial aid, veterans, international affairs, academic placement testing, and advising.
The second expectation focuses on providing a high-quality learning environment (directly or indirectly) through support services. These services include counseling, career planning/ exploration, co-curricular activities, student support services and student development courses/ workshops.
The ﬁnal expectation pertains to transition services or student outcomes. These services focus on assisting students/graduates to transfer successfully or to compete successfully for employment. This includes providing academic transcripts to students and other agencies, as well as assisting in job placement information.
The following services are available to promote student success:
- Advising and Counseling Services
- Disability Services
- New Student Orientation
- Student Activities
- Student Development Courses
- Student Support Services Program
- S.T.E.P.S. (Students Transitioning through Education Programs Successfully)
- Study Skills