As a public institution, Paul D. Camp Community College often uses photographic and electronic images of College life, events, ceremonies and other activities to advance the mission of the College.
By registering at, visiting or being employed by Camp and being present in public settings, visitors, employees, etc. authorize use and reproduction by the College, or anyone authorized by the College, of any photographs taken while at Camp without compensation. All photographic prints and digital photo files shall constitute Camp property, solely and completely.
Therefore imagery of faculty, staff, students and visitors in common areas of the College or at public ceremonies or events may be used in printed and electronic public relations materials, and the Department of Institutional Advancement does not attempt to collect photo release forms.
When possible and practical, Camp’s photographer will notify individuals within the photography area that photographs are being taken for College use. Individuals may then choose to exclude themselves. Individuals (including faculty, staff and students) may also request that their photograph not be used in any College-related print or electronic media by contacting (in writing) the Vice President of Institutional Advancement.
(Note: All photographs of children under the age of 18 require release forms signed by parents or guardians.)