-Enrollment

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.
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-Demographics

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.  
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-Awards/Graduates

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. 
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