Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC)

Community College of Allegheny County


President Obama Visit April 16 2014 Photo 1


President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden Visit CCAC

CCAC is proud to have hosted President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden, who came together to speak about the importance of jobs-driven skills training in the 21st century economy at the CCAC West Hills Center on Wednesday, April 16. Praising the long-term efforts and success of our workforce and manufacturing training programs and our student graduates, President Obama went on to announce a $500 million initiative to grow workforce programs nationwide and an additional $100 million to grow apprenticeship programs. View photos here.



Big Read Closing Celebration

Join us at the Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall and Museum April 23 at 6:00 PM as we conclude a month-long series of outreach events designed to promote literacy, reading and community dialogues. The event will feature a documentary film of the project, music, performances, student contest winners, refreshments and more.



Home from College? Need a Few Extra Credits?

CCAC Summer classes are the best way to stay sharp and make the most of your summer at home from school. With classes in nearly 155 different programs, it is easy to find the courses you need. Transfer credits to your current college or university in the fall. Visit our Summer Sessions page for instructions and more information. 



Students—Win $1,000 in the
2014 Civic Engagement Essay Contest

The Civic Engagement essay contest invites CCAC students to consider the concept of civic engagement by writing an essay about becoming an active citizen on campus or in their community.  To qualify students must be a registered CCAC student, have earned 30 or more credits, and participated in a service project.