• The Community College of Allegheny County is about students learning from expert faculty in a learning-centered environment. It’s about a full campus life that includes athletics, social organizations, honor societies, service clubs, student services, the Honors Program and more. It’s about choice—more than 150 programs that lead to great careers and great four-year colleges. It’s about convenience—four campuses, four neighborhood centers and flexible schedules, including online courses. 

  • 2016 Fall and Summer Credit Schedules Available

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    Fall 2016 Credit Schedule available!
    The printable Fall 2016 Credit Schedule is available now. Fall registration opens for new and returning students on April 11, 2016. You can use the search function in PDF documents to quickly locate the information you are looking for. Use the shortcut ctrl-F to pull up the search box and simply type the course or program name you need.

    Register for Summer 2016 classes today! The Summer 2016 schedule of classes is available to search on CCAC Central e-Services. View and print the Summer 2016 Schedule here.

    For students visiting from another college, there is a separate admissions process. Learn more.

  •  News and Announcements

    CCAC Nursing Photo
    Nursing Application Period for Spring 2017 Open July 1 through August 15
    CCAC Open House July 2016 Billboard
    CCAC to hold college-wide enrollment open house on July 20
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    Accelerated Professional Programs (APPs) at CCAC
    CCAC and Community Empowerment Association partner to implement Caring Connections to Careers pilot program
    CCAC and Community Empowerment Association (CEA) have entered into a collaborative partnership to implement the Caring Connections to Careers pilot program. The initiative will provide job readiness, life skills and soft skills training, as well as career pathways aimed at obtaining family sustaining careers for those interested in becoming work-ready for the myriad employment opportunities in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County.
    CCAC Clarion Articulation Agreement Signing
    Community College of Allegheny County and Clarion University provide new educational opportunities through articulation agreement
    HPOG Health Care Grant Photo
    Learn more about the Pathway to Success in Healthcare grant program!
    CCAC South Theater Mosaic Tile Artwork
    CCAC South Campus students create mosaic tile installation to celebrate CCAC’s 50th anniversary
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  • Bullock's Blog

    CCAC President Dr. Quintin Bullock discusses topical issues of interest to CCAC students and the wider community. Discussion topics will include broader trends in higher education, the changing landscape of community colleges and the unique populations we serve. Read the newest blog post today and follow Dr. Bullock on Twitter!
  • Spring Ahead at CCAC

    Education Future

    What do you want to accomplish this spring?  It’s time for bright beginnings and new experiences. Get moving and motivated by taking an adult educational enrichment class offered through Community Education.

    Learn a New Language
    Improve Your Writing
    Land Your Dream Job
    Balance Your Budget

  • Become a College Student in One Day!

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    Join us for exciting and informative college Open Houses taking place at all CCAC campuses and centers. Bring your high school diploma, GED or college transcripts and complete your CCAC registration in one day. Click here for more information.
  • Community College Cyber Summit: Register Now!

    Register today for the 3rd annual Community College Cyber Summit to be held from Friday, July 22 to Sunday July 24, 2016. 3CS is a national academic conference that focuses exclusively on cybersecurity education at the community college level. Faculty, administrators and other stakeholders in community college cybersecurity education are invited and encouraged to attend.
  • What's cooking at CCAC?

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    CCAC's Culinary Arts program will help you on your way to becoming a top chef. This non-apprenticeship curriculum is planned to meet the increasing employment needs in the 21st century for trained chefs and culinary experts. Experience classroom learning and hands-on food lab instruction as well as a 300-hour externship.