On behalf of the CCAC Board of Trustees, our esteemed faculty, staff and administrators, as well as our approximately 30,000-strong student body and our many alumni, welcome to the Community College of Allegheny County! Whether you are considering CCAC as part of your continuing academic studies, wish to take classes to advance your career or want to join the ranks of our many life-long learners, CCAC offers a wealth of educational options from which to choose.
Founded in 1966 on the principle that quality education should be both affordable and accessible to all members of the community, CCAC offers more than 130 academic programs across ten diverse career paths—Arts & Humanities; Business & Accounting; Computer Information Technology; Culinary Arts, Hospitality & Tourism; Engineering, Electronics & Design; General Studies & Liberal Arts; Manufacturing, Skilled Trades & Transportation; Nursing & Allied Health; Science & Mathematics; and Social Sciences & Education. Our students are taught by more than 200 full-time faculty and instructors in classes averaging 14 students. In addition, the college boasts a vibrant student life scene, further enriched by more than 30 student clubs and organizations, three honor societies, 11 NJCAA and WPCC sports teams, and a variety of intramural sports at each campus.
″While CCAC has grown to become one of the leading postsecondary educational institutions in the nation—at its very core, CCAC remains dedicated to serving all members of our richly diverse and vibrant community.″
For more than 55 years, CCAC has flourished, becoming the educational powerhouse it is today—responsible for educating nearly one out of every two Allegheny County residents 18 years of age and older. We are honored to have one of the largest veteran student populations in the state and take pride in ranking among the nation's top community colleges for the number of individuals graduating in nursing and other health-related professions.
CCAC graduates have transferred to the nation's most prestigious colleges and universities, have obtained the most academically challenging and competitive degrees and can be found at leading companies, organizations and institutions throughout the country. Our alumni are actively engaged in every sector of society, providing leadership to scores of economic, scientific, civic and philanthropic entities both in the Pittsburgh region and around the world.
We invite you to come and see for yourself what CCAC has to offer.
Dr. Quintin B. Bullock
2021–2026 Strategic Plan
Strategic planning is a dynamic, living and breathing process at CCAC. As a result of the collective efforts of numerous individuals, the Community College of Allegheny County has developed an innovative five-year strategic plan.
Collegewide Council was formed in the summer of 2008 and functions as the college planning committee. Membership consists of approximately 75 individuals, including the members of President's Cabinet and their direct reports from all college sites, other administrators who serve at director levels and above, the AFT Executive Committee, and the chairs of College Council and SEIU Council.
CCAC Annual Report
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Ask the President
President Bullock invites all members of the CCAC community and the community at large to contact him via this communication tool to offer feedback, ask questions, express concerns, share great ideas, suggest an opinion, and/or make a recommendation on any topic that is pertinent to CCAC. "Ask the President" is a safe service that enables you to communicate directly with the college president.Ask the President
Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees of the Community College of Allegheny County constitutes the legislative, governing body of the college. The board of trustees sets college policy. It is the policy of the board of trustees to recognize and maintain the distinction between activities which are appropriate to the board of trustees and those administrative actions which are to be performed by the college president and their staff in the exercise of authority delegated by the board. The board of trustees delegates authority to the president of the college to develop administrative regulations and procedures to implement and carry out the objectives of board policy and administer the college's operations.
The members of President's Cabinet work closely with the college president to support the comprehensive delivery of college services and implementation of the college's strategic plan and strategic priorities identified to move the college to its next level of excellence.
Contact the Office of the President
Byers Hall, Suite 109
Pittsburgh, PA 15212