Our West Hills Center is located in a 150,000-square-foot facility in North Fayette
Township, minutes from Ikea and the Robinson Mall. The facility includes computer
labs, classrooms, a math caf to assist students with their math tutoring needs, a
tutoring center, student club room, privacy room for nursing mothers or students with
medical needs, financial aid and supportive service offices as well as an active Student
The Center houses our Advanced Manufacturing and automation degrees with our signature
Mechatronics lab, a million-dollar 2-floor lab of PLC, Robotics, and mechanical and
electrical trainers. Additionally, it features a high-bay area for our automotive
program, HVAC, welding, plumbing and other advanced, technical trade-related programs.
The West Hills Center also houses robust academic general education programs that
transfer to many of our four-year university partners. Our Business and Industry workforce
development department is also located at this site.
Join us for Manufacturing Day
October 23, 2019
Join us for Manufacturing Day 2019— an annual event where regional manufacturers,
high schools and our own students celebrate advanced manufacturing and inspire the
next generation of manufacturers.
- Meet with local manufacturers to learn about their companies, products and employment
- Get answers to your questions about manufacturing careers from business leaders and
- Participate in hands-on mechatronics and welding demonstrations
- Discover educational opportunities that offer students a competitive edge in the manufacturing
- Take guided tours of the West Hills facility, highlighting those programs that support
Register for Manufacturing day here.
Plastics Manufacturing Technology Program available in Spring 2020 with free tuition!
CCAC's Plastics Manufacturing Technology Program prepares students to be manufacturing production technicians with a specialty in
plastics. Best of all, a scholarship covers 100% of tuition cost, including all books,
fees and materials.
Apply for Scholarship now - covers all tuition, fees, books and materials!
Earn a certificate in this program that will prepare you to work in the growing plastics
industry that serves the aerospace, automotive, medical, computer and many other manufacturing
entities. This program meets in the evenings to enable students to work while gaining
important credentials. Click here to view the informational flyer. To apply for the scholarship, click here to download the application and submit to Pam Grove at email@example.com or call her at 4412-788-7534 today!
Did you know?
CCAC offers courses that start mid-semester? Please click here to see the late start course offerings at the West Hills Center.
Questions? Please call us at 412-788-7500 Monday through Thursday 8:00am-7:00pm and Fridays
Learn about CCAC Apprenticeship Programs
Learn about CCAC West Hills Center industry certifications
Did you know? CCAC West Hills Center runs 8 week mid-semester classes! Enroll today
as these classes start soon. For more information, please call us at 412.788.7500.
Study Areas at West Hills
Did you know we have many quiet study areas for students to utilize at the West Hills
Center? We have a Veterans Lounge inside room S1408 and rooms S1715 and S1717 are
also available. There is also a nook area located across from room S1009. On our second
floor we have a larger study room located in front of our elevator in room S2001.
Students are also welcome to study in our Cafeteria or one of the many nook areas
throughout the building.
The National Technical Honor Society is an organization for students enrolled in a
skilled trade program at CCAC with a 3.0 GPA or better. Students are invited to join
and through the NTHS, they are eligible for scholarships, career networking, and field-specific
interview and resume preparation. If you are interested in joining, please see Katie
Johnstone in the Office of Student Life in room S1407 or contact her by phone at 412-788-7512
or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is Mechatronics?
Mechatronics technicians assist design, development and engineering staff and work
closely with others to install, maintain, modify and repair various high-tech systems,
equipment and component parts. CCAC s Mechatronics Technology program prepares graduates
for these careers by providing skills and knowledge in five major areas:
- Computer programming
- Additive Manufacturing (3D printing)