Paul D. Camp Community College (Camp) is the third smallest community college in Virginia Community College System (VCCS). In 2018-19, 1,784 students attended Camp, either at one of its campuses or center, on-line or through Dual Enrollment. Camp’s headcount and TE peaked in 2010-2011 at the height of the recession. Since that time headcount and FTE has dropped approximately 30%.
Additional data and figures can be found in Camp’s Fact Book.
Paul D. Camp Community College’s (Camp) students body is predominately female (65%). A majority are white (55%) and 45% are of a minority race/ethnicity, with 35% identifying as Black. Due in part to Camp’s Dual Enrollment population, the overall student population has gotten younger over the last five years, with 62% of all students under the age of 22. In addition, 25% of Camp’s student body is considered first generation, meaning that neither the student's mother nor father attended college.
Paul D. Camp Community College (Camp) awards degrees, certificates, and career studies certificates three times a year (summer, winter and spring). Over the last five years Camp has seen a decline in both the number of credentials awarded and in the number of graduates.