Academic Advising at CCAC
Our Academic Advisors can help you explore our programs, schedule you for classes,
explain CCAC academic policy, and refer you to other CCAC resources. CCAC provides
a combination of in-person and virtual academic advising services to meet your busy
Academic advising at CCAC is available to potential students interested in learning more about a program or course, current students enrolled with the college, and returning students who have completed at least one credit course at the college.
Join an advisor from the comforts of home through Zoom! When you join the Zoom session, you will be placed into the waiting room. When an advisor becomes available, they will bring you into the meeting. A camera is not necessary, but will help with your experience.
Hours of Operation
The average wait time for Virtual Advising is 5-10 minutes. This wait time will increase during peak periods.
Meet on Campus
Academic advisors are available for drop-in meetings and scheduled appointments. In-person advising appointments are available at Allegheny Campus, Boyce Campus, North Campus, South Campus, Braddock Hills, Homewood-Brushton Center, and West Hills Center. To schedule your appointment, please visit Appointment Central or call 412.237.2222 (menu option 3) to find a time that works for you.
On-Ramp to Success
Learn more about ordering books, using your CCAC email, downloading free software like Microsoft 365, and many more topics to help you feel prepared for your first day of the semester by signing up for an On-Ramp to Success Session: A Guide to Getting Started at CCAC!
Planning to transfer to another institution? More than half the students at CCAC plan to transfer to four-year colleges and universities to continue their education. Counselors assist students by helping select courses that are transferable to four-year colleges and universities.
View Advising Forms
The following advisement forms can be downloaded and printed. Please note that completed forms need to be brought to the campus with any required documentation for the appropriate signatures where indicated or mailed or faxed to the campus for processing if your signature is the only one required. Virtual Campus students can call an advisement center to discuss these services.Advising Forms
Frequently Asked Questions
Students interested in enrolling at CCAC can meet with representatives from Admissions, Advising, Registration, Financial Aid and Student Accounts all in one visit.
Braddock Hills Center