The health and wellbeing of our faculty, staff and students is Camp Community College's number one priority. Out of an abundance of caution, not only for our college community, but our community at large, we are conducting all classes remotely. Most of our staff is also working remotely until further notice. However, all offices are available to assist you by phone or email. Our goal is to help you continue to achieve academic success while adhering to recommendations and guidelines from the CDC and our governor.
Wi-Fi may be accessed via the campus parking lots. If you require additional assistance or need access to devices, please email or phone your instructors or advisor.
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Cirrus Gundlach is embedded into all your classes as a TA/Librarian, and can be reached either through the library or via Canvas. Phone 757-925-6339 or email email@example.com. You also have access to LRCLive, a 24/7 chat reference service. The library has electronic access to thousands of ebooks, over a hundred databases, and millions of articles. Contact the library for help finding and accessing these sources. If you need further assistance, we can set up a Zoom virtual meeting session. Visit www.pdc.edu/library/.
Get answers to frequently asked questions by visiting our bookstore at www.bkstr.com/pdcccstore.
Franklin and Suffolk will be open on an appointment basis. For Fall Rush (when Financial Aid is open) the schedule will be as follows.
August 17th - September 4th
Monday through Friday 9:00AM - 4:00PM
Appointments will be in 20 minute increments.
How does a student make an appointment?
Call the bookstore directly. Do not email, as the bookstore employees may not see the email immediately and give that spot to a student who calls. Once the bookstore confirms the appointment, the student will need to email the bookstore their schedule. The bookstore will use that to pull their books ahead of time, so that when the student comes in, its only a financial transaction. Students will not be permitted to purchase food or drinks (they are not stocked) but they will be able to purchase apparel and supplies. The bookstore is already receiving calls for appointments.
Students may also purchase online.
Mental Health Services
The Up Center is offering telehealth services, including peer recovery counseling. Visit www.theupcenter.org.
Financial Aid and Veterans
Unemployment & Small Business
For unemployment benefits, individuals can apply online at: www.vec.virginia.gov. The Governor has waived wait times and called for expedited processing of claims.
Paycheck Protection Program that helps small businesses keep their workforce employed during
FoodBank Information: Utilize the search function to locate the nearest food pantry at www.foodbankonline.org.
In addition, the Foodbank is partnering with other healthcare providers to provide nutritious food each month to people experiencing food insecurity or diet-related health conditions through the Healthy Food Pantry Program. Visit the “programs” area on the site for more information. Students may apply by visiting https://bit.ly/2S0VfIe. You must be the one in need when filling out the application.
United Way of South Hampton Roads is helping those with non-medical assistance: Call the hotline at 757-858-7777 or visit https://unitedwayshr.org/coronavirus/.
To determine eligibility for any and all social services programs, including the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), individuals can apply via https://commonhelp.virginia.gov/ or by phone at 1-855-635-4370.
Department of Education: Federal student loan payment delays until October
A national nonprofit, Single Stop, helps those affected financially during the pandemic. It allows visitors to use its self-screening process to determine eligibility and also connects a person to benefits and resources in their area. Find out more at https://singlestop.org/covid19/.
Nurse Family Partnership can help moms, babies and families with an array of free services and resources including referrals, parenting education, clothes, bottle, and more. During COVID-19, “visits” may be made via Zoom, phone conferences and “Drop and Go” to students’ home addresses.