Virginia Peninsula At-a-Glance | Virginia Peninsula Community College

Virginia Peninsula At-a-Glance

In Academic Year 2021-2022 Virginia Peninsula Community College served 8,987 students (unduplicated headcount) in credit instruction, making it the sixth largest college within the Virginia Community College System in terms of headcount.
 
The College serves a highly diverse region, and its student body closely reflects the demographics of the greater community. Of the College’s 8,987 credit students, 60.1% are female, 31.9% are 25 years old or older, and 53.6% are minority in terms of race/ethnicity.
 
Virginia Peninsula Community College serves a region that is home to many military service members and their families. In Academic Year 2021-2022 25.3% of Virginia Peninsula credit students indicated a military affiliation (e.g., active-duty, veteran, military spouse, or military dependent).

Enrollment Statistics

  • Unduplicated Headcount: 8,987
  • Full time equivalency (FTES): 3,756
Enrollment by Ethnicity Number Percent
White 4,090 46%
Black or African American 2,514 28%
American Indian / Alaska Native 35 < 1%
Asian 514 6%
Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander 232 3%
Hispanic / Latino 878 10%
Two or More Races 643 7%
Race and Ethnicity Unknown 81 1%
Enrollment by Age Number Percent
Under 18 1,696 19%
18 - 19 1,925 21%
20 - 21 1,451 16%
22 - 24 1,050 12%
25 - 29 1,078 12%
30 - 34 645 7%
35 - 39 414 5%
40 - 49 465 5%
50 - 64 231 3%
65 and over 32 < 1%
 

 

 

 

Enrollment by Gender Number Percent
Male 3,477 39%
Female 5,403 60%
Unknown 107 1%
Enrollment by Program Number Percent
College Transfer 3,482 39%
Occupational / Technical 2,675 30%
Non-Curricular 2,830 31%
Enrollment by Residency Number Percent
Hampton 1,816 20%
James City County 863 10%
Newport News 2,258 25%
Poquoson 266 3%
Williamsburg 644 7%
York County 1,048 12%
Outside Service Area 2,092 23%