As part of its Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP), Camp Community College rolled out its “15 to Finish” program. This program promotes students to complete their course of study on time by taking 15 credits per semester. The college held a virtual Semester Kick-Off Student Town Hall in January.
Camp Student Town Halls are informational sessions and engagement opportunities to connect with students to ensure they are aware of academic and non-academic resources to include internal support as well as community support. Students who attended the Semester Kick-Off Student Town Hall, and who were enrolled in 15 credits or greater, were entered into a drawing for a color printer. Two winners were recently selected.
The two students who won the raffle for a Samsung color printer are Jordan Richter, a General Studies student and baseball player from Spotsylvania, and Austin Quinn, a General Studies student from Smithfield.
Also, Charles Britt, a General Studies student from Ivor, has been chosen for the One More to Go Scholarship for his tenacity in enrolling in 15 credits or more during the Fall 2020 term.