Opening of Fall 2014 Scholarships

Paul D. Camp Community College’s Fall 2014 Scholarship Cycle Opens April 7 for New and Continuing Students, and Dual Enrollment High School Students
~Graduating High School Senior Scholarships Close April 4~
Applications for Paul D. Camp Community College scholarships will open April 7 for the Fall 2014 semester. Dual enrollment high school students and new and continuing students can apply for an array of funding opportunities beginning that day.
“The cost of an education should not stop anyone from reaching their educational goals. That’s why Paul D. Camp Community College has established a number of opportunities for prospective and current students to get their education paid for through scholarships,” said Felicia Blow, Executive Director of the PDCCC Foundation and Vice President for Institutional Advancement. “What is amazing is that these opportunities are possible because of donors who have sacrificed, saved and contributed in order to help others achieve success.” In 2013, the PDCCC Financial Aid Office awarded nearly 70 scholarships totaling more than $55,000 to students.
Scholarships for Graduating High School Students
Graduating high school students may receive funding by applying for the Commonwealth Legacy Scholarship, the Bobby B. Worrell Scholarship or a Camp to Camp Scholarship. Scholarships for graduating high school students are already under way. Applications must be submitted by Friday, April 4, at 11:59 p.m. and although there are some exceptions, must be submitted electronically. Guidance Counselors at the schools can assist students with the scanning/submission process.
Scholarships for New and Continuing Students
More than 25 scholarships for new and continuing students are available for the Fall 2014 semester, including six newly established scholarships. The scholarship acceptance period, begins Monday, April 7. Scholarship application must be submitted by Friday, June 20, at 11:59 p.m.
Dual Enrollment Camp Opportunity Scholarships
The awards are funded by the Ruth Camp Campbell Foundation, the Camp-Younts Foundation, and the Camp Foundation, and are available to assist in making dual enrollment high school courses affordable to eligible high school students that may not have the opportunity because of financial barriers. The scholarship acceptance period opens April 7, and will remain open until funds are exhausted. Guidance counselors may also assist Dual Enrollment students with scanning/submitting the required paperwork.
For more information, call the Office for Institutional Advancement at 757.569.6790 or log onto