• The Community College of Allegheny County is about students learning from expert faculty in a learning-centered environment. It’s about a full campus life that includes athletics, social organizations, honor societies, service clubs, student services, the Honors Program and more. It’s about choice—more than 155 programs that lead to great careers and great four-year colleges. It’s about convenience—four campuses, four neighborhood centers and flexible schedules, including online courses. 

  • Summer and Fall 2015 Credit Schedules Available

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    The Fall 2015 and the Summer 2015 credit schedules are available for viewing and download. Check with your advisor if you need help selecting the courses you need. 

    Registration for Fall 2015 begins Monday, April 6. You can register in person by visiting any of our registration offices or making an appointment to see an advisor. Returning students in good standing may register via CCAC Central e-Services.

    Home from college? Visiting from another university? Why not take a few summer classes at CCAC?

  •  News and Announcements

    CCAC honor society students will clean waterways for Hays bald eagles on Saturday, April 25
    Members of Alpha Mu Theta, a local chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society at CCAC’s Allegheny Campus, are looking to get their hands dirty this weekend as they help to make local waterways cleaner for the bald eagles and other wildlife that live along the Monongahela River in Hays. The chapter is conducting a clean-up event for its Urban Raptor Project on Saturday, April 25, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. along Duck Hollow Trail.
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    CCAC scholars recognized for achievements, represent college at Lobby Day in Harrisburg
    CCAC Dean Emeritus authors story of immigrant grandfather’s journey to find the American dream
    CCAC co-sponsors Community Job Fair on Saturday, April 25
    The Community College of Allegheny County is sponsoring a Community Job Fair with the Community Empowerment Association and the Three Rivers Workforce Investment Board on Saturday, April 25, from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. The free event is open to the public, and CCAC students and alumni are encouraged to attend. The job fair will take place at the Community Empowerment Association, located across from CCAC’s Homewood-Brushton Center, at 7120 Kelly Street, Pittsburgh 15208.
    Incident Near North Campus
    CCAC has received a report from the McCandless Police about a possible assault which allegedly took place Saturday, April 11 at approximately 4:00 p.m. in a wooded area near North Campus. While the college is not aware of any immediate threat to the safety of the college community, CCAC is urging all individuals to exercise caution when walking, parking and/or driving in the area.
    ALERT: Possible crime reported in the vicinity of CCAC Allegheny
    CCAC has received a report from the Pittsburgh Police about a possible abduction and assault which allegedly took place Thursday, March 26, at approximately noon in the vicinity of West Park near Allegheny Campus.
    CCAC South Campus Diversity Day dedicated to local refugee community
    The Community College of Allegheny County South Campus Diversity and Inclusion Committee will dedicate Diversity Day, Tuesday, April 7, to the local refugee community. The event will take place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the South Campus Gym, Room G502. The college-wide Diversity Day will be observed independently at all four CCAC campuses.
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  • Complete Your Education. Own Your Future.

    Join us at all campuses and centers May 1 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. for a “Reach Higher College Signing Day” to support students planning to attend and graduate from CCAC. The Reach Higher initiative is the First Lady's effort to inspire every student in America to take charge of their future by completing their education past high school, whether at a professional training program, a community college, or a four-year college or university.
  • Achieve Your Goals in 2015

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    This year take a non-credit Community Education course to meet those resolutions by stimulating your creativity and expanding your perspectives. 

    Eat Healthier. 
    Take a cooking class.
    Get Fit. Take a fitness class.
    Prepare for a career. Take a professional training course.
    Improve your finances. Take a personal finance class.
    Organize you home. Take a home and leisure class.