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AP Acceptance: Yes
Credit for Life Experience: No

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Contact Info

Address:
100 N College Dr Franklin, VA 23851
Phone: (757) 569-6700
General Site: www.pdc.edu/
Admissions: http://www.pdc.edu/admissions/
Application: http://www.pdc.edu/admissions/online-application

Reviews

Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • Alyssa C.
  • Oct-01-2014 I am a current student here

    Don't be afraid and don't be intimidated. As soon as you know what you want to go to school for, decide whether you want to do a two-year degree for transfer, or if you just want a basic degree and then to find work. Make use of your resources- library, workforce development and your course advisor. PLEASE, don't waste time! Get started as soon as possible after high school graduation. And hey, even if you didn't graduate- they'll help you get your GED! Got your GED? Awesome! They don't treat you any differently than they treat high school grads. High school students are especially encouraged to apply- they really do offer a LOT of scholarships for people who just graduated high school!! If there is something you don't know about the process, they spell it out for you right on their website- but you can always call the main office or financial aid. When placing online book orders, relax knowing you're taken care of. If Charlotte doesn't have what you need she'll be more than happy to place a special order for you- and you receive a call once it's available for pick-up! But I strongly urge you to go into your bookstore. I've worked at the Franklin bookstore, and I can safely say you meet some of the most wonderful folks there. As far as financial aid goes- a lot of it is computer-based, meaning it's a computer that monitors what and how much you get. ALWAYS, each year, hand in that FAFSA- if you're 24 or older, you can use your own tax information, but if not you can use your parents' (and if you have a special situation, financial aid at Franklin campus is definitely on top of their game!). If an error is made, the folks in the financial aid office are more than helpful. Really. One semester, I entered warning status because SAP ran too early. I wrote a super-mad e-mail. They were so nice, so helpful and kind... I actually felt bad and had to apologize. It's frustrating, but like I said, they get it. Just... use your words. :)

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  • SchoolGirl002
  • May-19-2014 I am a past student here

    When it comes to getting classes and finding out about financial aid, you need to be on it 100% because they are not going to babysit you and make sure that you have everything that you need. Some advisers are more helpful than others when it comes to what courses you need in order to graduate. There are some teachers who will not attend class and will not email you that they will not be in, but you will have to go to school in order to find out. Do your homework, ask for help, study for test and quizzes because it will help you in the long run when you attend a four-year university. If you need help in a certain subject get a tutor because sometimes they can help you understand the material better than your professor.

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  • Keith from Suffolk, VA
  • Oct-04-2013 I am accepted here and planning to attend soon

    Stay up on or ahead on all of your assignments. It will make your overall experience easier.

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  • Jamie from Courtland, VA
  • Jun-28-2012 I am a current student here

    Just make regular appointments with your advisor and everything will go smoothly for you. If your planning on transfering, make sure you keep up and work with both schools to keep things straight.

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