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CCAC offers evening and weekend classes to provide greater flexibility for students

PITTSBURGH—The Community College of Allegheny County continues to expand its evening and weekend class offerings to give students the benefit of a flexible schedule that fits with their lifestyle. Ideal for individuals who have jobs or juggle busy family routines, the classes enable students to further their educational goals on their own time and in the ways that best suit their needs. Academic services such as tutoring, advising and class scheduling are available online as well as in person during day, evening and weekend office hours.

Certificates can be completed in a few semesters and are available in a variety of program areas for individuals who want to upgrade their skills or pursue a new passion. For degree-seeking students, CCAC credits also transfer—in fact, CCAC students have transferred to more than 500 colleges and universities. Advisors are available to help transfer students develop a plan that ensures their entrance into a four-year college or university as a junior. Some of CCAC’s most popular career and transfer programs are in the high-tech and in-demand fields of AI, CIT, robotics, cybersecurity and process manufacturing.

College and high school students are taking advantage of the flexible class offerings to complete General Education courses and other transfer courses at CCAC that will transfer to their four-year program and save them a significant amount of tuition. All students can access any of CCAC’s four campuses and four neighborhood centers to use the resources at those locations. 

CCAC’s evening and weekend classes begin Tuesday, September 7. For instructions on how to enroll, visit ccac.edu/admissions/index.php. For details about CCAC’s evening and weekend programs, visit ccac.edu/EveningWeekend

Financial aid is available for those who qualify. For more information, contact 412.237.CCAC (412.237.2222), information@ccac.edu, or wildcatchat.ccac.edu.