Scholarships for Graduating High School Students are available for the fall semester following graduation.

Bobby B. Worrell Scholarship

Amount: $10,000 over two years ($5,000 first year; $5,000 second year, contingent on attainment of 2.50 or higher GPA for first year)

The Bobby B. Worrell Scholarship was established by the Elms Foundation to honor the former executive director of the Elms Foundation, which administers grants and scholarships for the Camp Foundation, the Ruth Camp Campbell Foundation, and the Camp-Younts Foundation. Mr. Worrell served as Executive Director of the foundations from 1996 through 2010 after retiring from 44 years in the banking industry. He is a United States Army veteran, the father of three children, and an advocate for the education of his community’s youth.

Mr. Worrell served on the board of Paul D. Camp Community College and is past Chairman of the Board. He has been an ardent supporter of the College and its mission over many years, and this scholarship honor his dedication to the ideals of Paul D. Camp Community College.


  • Applicants must be graduating high school seniors residing in Franklin, Suffolk, Isle of Wight County, or Southampton County.
  • 2.5 or higher GPA
  • Enrollment in at least 12 semester credits in a certificate or degree program at Camp for both fall and spring semesters
  • Two Letters of Reference should include one letter from a school official and one from a community person.
  • Essay on how attending Paul D. Camp Community College will help you reach your educational goals

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“Camp to Camp” Scholarships

Amount: $10,000 over two years ($5,000 first year; $5,000 second year, contingent on attainment of 2.50 or higher GPA for first year)

Funded by the Ruth Camp Campbell Foundation, the Camp-Younts Foundation,and the Camp Foundation.


  • Available to graduating high school seniors residing in Franklin, Suffolk, Southampton County, or Isle of Wight County
  • 2.50 or higher GPA
  • Must be enrolled for at least 12 semester credits in a certificate or degree program at Camp for both fall and spring semesters.
  • Essay on how attending Paul D Camp Community College will help you reach your educational goals
  • Cannot also be recipient of Bobby B. Worrell Scholarship

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The Camp Promise

Amount: $4,730 (one year full tuition and fees)

This scholarship was established for new Camp Community College students to help them enroll in postsecondary education in order to attain their academic goals.


  • Enroll at Camp Community College in the fall semester following graduation from high school, completion of the GED (high school age population only) or homeschool program;
  • Be an in-state resident at the time of the award;
  • Be a resident of one of the following service areas of the college: the cities of Franklin and Suffolk or the counties of Southampton and Isle of Wight;
  • Complete The Camp Promise application by the published deadline;
  • File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year;
  • Have total family income within 400% of federal poverty guidelines.

Once in the program students must:

  • Maintain at least a 2.0 GPA;
  • Remain continuously enrolled in fall/spring semesters;
  • Successfully complete a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester;
  • Enroll in a career studies certificate, certificate or associate degree program of study;
  • Meet with your Academic Advisor each semester to ensure you are on track toward education and career goals.

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Commonwealth Legacy Scholarship Program

Amount: $3,000

The purpose of the Commonwealth Legacy Scholarship Program is to increase access to higher education and to develop student leadership potential. One scholarship of up to $3,000 will be awarded for the Fall and Spring semesters. The award may be used for tuition/fees and books and supplies.

The College Scholarship Committee will select the recipient. The recipient will be selected and notified in May.


  • The Commonwealth Legacy Scholar will be a student attending college for the first time at a Virginia Community College.
  • Selection will be based on merit.
  • The scholar will demonstrate academic excellence during high school.
  • The scholar will demonstrate a willingness to promote community college education and the Commonwealth Legacy Scholarship Program.
  • The scholar will demonstrate a willingness to mentor future scholars.
  • The scholar will demonstrate a commitment to developing leadership potential.
  • The student must be a full-time, associate degree-seeking student with plans to graduate from a Virginia Community College.
  • If selected, the recipient agrees to:
    1. Attend an orientation developed for Commonwealth Legacy Scholars;
    2. Participate in a minimum of two state-wide events annually;
    3. Participate in the annual Student Leadership Conference.

Applicant Materials

  1. Completed Application Form
  2. Official High School Transcript
  3. Narrative Essay*
  4. One Letter of Recommendation from a high school faculty member, written on official school stationery

*Your essay should address how you have demonstrated leadership, past or present experiences in mentoring or tutoring either as a participant or mentor/tutor. Describe why you have chosen to attend the community college and how you envision your academic goals being achieved through that experience. Your essay should be no more than 500 words.

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John R. Williams Street Scholarship Fund

Amount: Amount to cover full tuition for fall and spring for two years. This award will benefit a transfer student or a student enrolled in a two-year Career and Technical Education (CTE) program.

This scholarship has been established by the Street family in honor of their late father, John R. Williams Street. Known to all as Bill Street, his family resided in Franklin from the mid-1950s until his retirement in 1980. Bill loved the Franklin community and appreciated the opportunity and enrichment that education brought to one’s life. It is his family’s intent that this scholarship provide an opportunity for someone to see their academic dreams become a reality.


  • Must be a graduating high school senior at a school in the college’s service area (cities of Franklin and Suffolk, and counties of Isle of Wight and Southampton)
  • Must have a 2.5 or higher GPA
  • Must maintain a 2.5 or higher during college enrollment

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The Terri Hubbard Powers Path to Prosperity Scholarship
In memory of H.J. and Dot Hubbard

This scholarship is available for Fall and Spring Semester for up to two years

Amount:  Up to $2,434.90 per semester ($4,867.80 per year, full tuition and fees) (Based on 15 credit hours per semester)


Terri grew up in Sedley and continues to be a friend of the Western Tidewater community. Her primary concern for this scholarship is to help a student right out of high school who will be entering select Career and Technical Education programs that directly lead to employment. Terri believes getting an education, whether learning a trade or studying to become a skilled professional, is the most important thing you can do to empower your life. Her hope is to provide a path for someone who needs a lift that would help them improve their socio-economic status.

The Terri Hubbard Powers Path to Prosperity Scholarship will be available for tuition and fees for the fall and spring semester, up to two years.


  • This scholarship is need-based.
  • Two scholarships per year are available.
  • Recent high school completion or home school completion.
  • Maintain a 2.0 or higher GPA at Camp to receive continued funding.
  • Residence in Franklin, Southampton County, or Isle of Wight County (if no applicants from these areas, Suffolk residents will be given consideration).
  • The student must be entering any certificate or degree program except General Studies.
  • Submissions must include a 200-400 word essay stating how this scholarship would help the student to pursue their goals and why that is important to the applicant.

Application Process: The College Scholarship Committee makes the selection during the Fall Semester Scholarship application process.

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