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A message from Dr. Lufkin

Wednesday July 29, 2020

There is no question that the past few months have presented challenges for almost every business, maybe none more so than the business of educating students. Professional educators have, by and large, done a tremendous job adapting to the hand we have all been dealt and worked diligently to achieve the best possible outcomes for their students. I am proud to say that our team here at Camp Community College is no exception.

COVID-19 has certainly changed our business model, and I will outline a few of those changes in a moment. But on this point let me be clear: Camp Community College is, and will remain, open for business.

Our commitment to providing a quality post-secondary education has never been more important than it is today. Due to a couple of primary reasons, parents and students that previously did not consider community college an option in their planning process are now giving us serious consideration. First, there are questions as to whether many four-year institutions will allow students to live on campus in the fall and, for those that do, parents and students are concerned about the safety of doing so. Secondly, economic conditions have made the affordability of a community college education more appealing than ever, especially given the fact that many students planning to take classes at those four-year colleges may be doing so online and at home.

Our top priority has always been the safety and wellbeing of our faculty, staff and students. Since the beginning of this pandemic, our college has practiced an abundance of caution and social distancing in addition to following state and federal safety guidelines. We will continue to do so, and will only return to our previous teaching models once government and health officials deem it safe to do so. It is in that spirit that we will operate under the following conditions for our fall semester:

  • Traditional asynchronous online classes will remain online
  • Classes that require face-to-face, hands-on experiences like welding, clinicals, etc. will be offered in a hybrid setting with required social distancing practices observed. In short, our goal is to offer as much as we can in online and hybrid settings, and offer the hands-on courses in a responsible way that prioritizes the health and safety of our community.
  • All other classes will be synchronous-hybrid classes with virtual meetings through Zoom technology on regularly scheduled days and times. Limited on-campus meetings may be designated by the instructor. 
  • Faculty and staff are welcome to return to campus as needed or desired, including for the purpose of teaching in-person. However, it is important that you notify your  supervisor prior to coming on campus and have that visit approved by the Office of Public Safety. If you will be teaching in-person, a list of students must be provided in advance. All faculty, staff and students will be required to sign in for each visit, and all must sign a form signifying that all rules for our reopening plan are understood and agreed to. The link to the reopening plan is here.
  • All events that would bring groups of students, employees, or community members to campus must be approved by administration and coordinated by the appropriate supervisor with the Office of Public Safety. 

It is our sincere hope that things return to normal as soon as possible, not just for the good of the college but for the benefit of our entire community. Until that time, Camp Community College remains poised to serve our students and the community by providing a high-quality college education at an affordable price.

Sincerely,

Dan Lufkin


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Working (From Home) in This New Reality


Student Resources

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.

Included below are the names, numbers and email addresses for key services that you may need to contact to continue into the Fall Semester.  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

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.