Camp Community College would first like to thank you for your patience as we transition to a remote format with courses for Spring 2020 in response to the threat of the COVID-19 virus.  We understand that this may be a difficult transition and we are committed to making it as seamless as possible.

Included below are the names, numbers and email addresses for key services that you may need to contact to continue with the Spring Semester and begin the registration process for Fall 2020.  Although our campuses are closed to the public, we are available via email and phone to respond to your concerns and assist you with problems that may arise.

IT, Canvas and SIS Support

David Felton 757-569-6718 dfelton@pdc.edu
James Jenkins  757-925-6318 jjenkins@pdc.edu
Mark Evans 757-569-6726 mevans@pdc.edu
Billy Blow 757-925-6343  bblow@pdc.edu

 

Admissions/Advising   757-569-6707 info@pdc.edu
Financial Aid 757-569-6715 financialaid@pdc.edu
Library Services 757-569-6741 www.pdc.edu/library

Summer 2020 and Fall 2020 Registration

As you begin to plan your Fall 2020 schedule, please contact your program advisor or visit the Navigate Site in MYCAMP to communicate with your program advisor for assistance with registration.  Your advisor can assist you via email or make an appointment with you for a phone call or video chat.  Our goal is to help you to stay on track for completion of your program, certificate or degree.  If you have not been assigned to an advisor to date, please contact the Admissions Office for assistance.


Paul D. Camp Community College provides support for many services used by Camp students, ranging from distance/online learning and computer labs to mobile apps, student email and class syllabi and grades. As a student, it is important to understand and abide by the Information Technology Student Acceptable Use Agreement. If you have questions about the agreement, call 757.569.6762.

Copyright Laws
Downloading or distributing copyrighted materials (documents, movies, music, etc.) without the permission of the rightful owner is considered copyright infringement and is illegal under federal copyright law. Students are responsible for adhering to all copyright laws. Penalties for copyright infringement can be found under the U.S. Copyright Act, 17 U.S.C. §§ 501-518 and in the U.S. Copyright Office’s summary of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.

Wireless Access on Campus
High speed WiFi internet access is available at all Camp facilities (Franklin and Hobbs Suffolk Campuses, Camp Regional Workforce Development Center, and Camp Center at Smithfield).