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Allegheny Campus

Allegheny CampusLocated on Pittsburgh's North Shore and surrounded by PNC Park, West Park and Heinz Field, CCAC's Allegheny Campus provides academic programs in many disciplines and dozens of continuing education classes. 

 The center of activity the campus is the Foerster Student Services Center. The 52,000-square-foot campus hub unites under one roof essential services such as enrollment and financial aid, and includes classrooms, dining facilities, a large, computer lab and a 264-seat theatre/auditorium. 
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  • See what Allegheny Campus has to offer! The science and technology laboratories in the K. Leroy Irvis Science center feature the most advanced technologies available, including cutting-edge teaching tools and equipment.
  • See what Allegheny Campus has to offer! The Allegheny Campus also features physical education facilities that include a new fitness center and a gymnasium with a new playing surface.
  • See what Allegheny Campus has to offer! The Ridge Avenue entrance of the newly renovated Physical Education building leads to a Starbucks on the left and an expanded college bookstore on the right.See what Allegheny Campus has to offer! The Allegheny Campus also features physical education facilities that include a new fitness center and a gymnasium with a new playing surface.
  • See what Allegheny Campus has to offer! The Cougar’s Den student lounge is located in a bright and airy space on the second floor of the newly renovated Physical Education building.
  • See what Allegheny Campus has to offer! In the historic Ridge Avenue and Galveston Street areas is West Hall, which encompasses a new Cultural & Fine Arts Center as well as academic programs such as Criminal Justice and Criminology.

The Ridge Avenue entrance of the newly renovated Physical Education building leads to a Starbucks on the left and an expanded college bookstore on the right. The Cougar s Den student lounge is located in a bright and airy space on the second floor. The science and technology laboratories in the K. Leroy Irvis Science Center feature the most advanced technologies available, including cutting-edge teaching tools and equipment. They are fully equipped with e-learning capabilities, advanced lab apparatuses and instrumentation with interfaces for computer assistance in real-time data acquisition.

The Allegheny Campus also features a first-rate library with renovated lecture halls, physical education facilities that include a new fitness center and a gymnasium with a new playing surface, and Milton Hall, the main campus classroom building.

In the historic Ridge Avenue and Galveston Street areas are West Hall, housing a brand new Cultural & Fine Arts Center; Jones Hall, the general administration building; and Byers Hall. The Homewood-Brushton Center in the city's East End is also part of the Allegheny Campus.

Homewood Brushton Center Welcomes Students

TRIO Student Support Services

Available at Allegheny Campus & Homewood Brushton Center
TRIO/SSS is a federally funded support program with a mission to help students succeed in college; to persist to graduation and/or transfer to a four-year institution. Here at CCAC, TRIO/SSS provides resources and services customized to fostering student success. The ultimate goal of the program is to increase the college retention and graduation rates of its participants.

Campus Specific Programs - Allegheny Campus

Many of CCAC programs are offered at all campuses but some programs are offered at specific campuses. The following academic programs are offered at Allegheny:

Arts & Humanities
  • Digital Design
  • Ethnic and Diversity Studies
  • Graphic Communications
  • Graphic Design
  • Industrial Art and Design
  • Music (also available at Boyce)

Business
  • Court Reporter
  • Culinary Arts
  • Paralegal (also available at Boyce)
Ed/Social & Behavioral & Human Services
  • Children with Special Needs (also available at South)
  • Drug and Alcohol (also available at South)
  • Global Studies
  • Labor and Management Studies
  • Social Work Foundation (also available at
    North and South)
  • Social Work: Fundamentals of Social
    Work Foundation (also available at North
    and South)
  • Teacher Education: Middle Level
    Mathematics and Science Specializations
    (BA courses taken at Allegheny)
Health
  • Dietetic Technician
  • Dietary Manager
  • Health Information Technology
  • Medical Insurance Specialist
  • Nuclear Medicine Technology
  • Phlebotomist (also available at
    Boyce and South)
  • Radiation Therapy Technology
  • Respiratory Therapy
STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics)
  • Biotechnology (also available at Boyce)
  • Physics (also available at Boyce and South)

Skilled Trades
  • Electrical Construction (JATC/IBEW) Technology