• 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 155 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. 

  • Enroll now for the Spring 2015 term, win an iPad Mini

    Enroll now to get a seat in the classes you need or want for next term. You can register in person by visiting any of our registration offices or making an appointment to see an advisor. Returning students in good standing may register via CCAC Central e-Services.

    Enroll for Spring 2015 for a chance to win an iPad Mini. Register today.

    The Spring 2015 credit schedule is available for viewing and download. Check with your advisor if you need help selecting the courses you need.

  •  News and Announcements

    CCAC Mid-year Report Available
    Dr. Bullock's mid-year report is available for viewing and download. Highlights include: Presidential Vision; Renewed Focus on Enrollment & Student Retention; Strengthening College Operations; Achieving the Dream; Investing in New Educational Opportunities, Programs; Workforce & Career Training; Preparing for Middle States; Student Housing Study, College Survey & PACCC Strategic Planning; Awards & Other Distinctions.
    CCAC announces commitment to expand college access at White House event
    The Community College of Allegheny County will join President Obama, the First Lady and Vice President Biden along with hundreds of college presidents and other higher education leaders to announce new actions to help more students prepare for and graduate from college.
    CCAC Students and Cross Country Teammates Kayla Schwartz and Alex Garbini Small
    CCAC North Campus students compete in NJCAA Cross Country Championship
    CCAC Student Sam O'Shell Small
    CCAC students receive prestigious Pittsburgh Promise scholarships
    CCAC North Campus Intercollegiate Ice Hockey Team November 2014 web
    CCAC North Campus Ice Hockey Team hosts benefit game in support of Operation Troop Appreciation
    CCAC professor awarded first-of-its-kind recognition for contributions to honors community
    Julia Fennell, professor of English at the Community College of Allegheny County, has received the National Collegiate Honors Council Ron Brandolini Award for Excellence at a Two-Year Institution for her work with CCAC’s Honors Program and at the national level. Fennell was presented with the award at the NCHC Conference in Denver, Colo., at the organization’s 50th Anniversary Kick-Off Celebration held Saturday, November 8.
    Help Give Thanks Food Drive
    The Physical Therapist Assistant program at CCAC Boyce Campus is collecting food items for the Help Give Thanks food drive until November 19. Partnering with the Churchill/Wilkins Rotary Club, they will be collecting meals for families in need at Thanksgiving. View the attached flyer for a list of desired food items. Contact Rebecca Stevens (rstevens@ccac.edu) for more information.
     
    Prev
    Next
    Read More Stories