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CCAC Extends Application Deadline for Select Allied Health Programs

Students interested in applying to three Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC) Allied Health programs have been offered more time to submit their applications.

Bullock's Vlog: March 2023

As we head into the second half of our semester, Dr. Bullock encourages you to take advantage of the student support resources that are available to you.

CCAC Students Named to the PACCC 2023 All-Pennsylvania Academic Team

The Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC) is proud to announce the CCAC students honored by the Pennsylvania Commission for Community Colleges (PACCC) as part of the organizations 29th Annual All-Pennsylvania Academic Team.

CCAC Professor and Author Recollects Life in Pittsburgh's Hill District Through His Latest Book

Dr. Ralph Proctor, local author and CCAC professor of Ethnic and Diversity Studies, recently released his latest book, "Song of the Hill," a memoir and tribute to the special place and culture known in Pittsburgh as "The Hill."

Futurum Magazine Spotlights CCAC Professors’ Expertise

Dr. Justin Starr, CCAC endowed professor of Advanced Technologies, and Robert Koch, CCAC professor of Automotive Engineering, were recently featured in Futurum magazine, published by Futurum Careers, a free online resource and magazine aimed at encouraging 14–19-year-olds worldwide to pursue careers in science, tech, engineering, math and medicine (STEM) and social sciences, humanities and the arts for people and the economy (SHAPE).

CCAC Students Take Part in Opening Ceremony for BNY Mellon’s STARTUP Campus Mentorship Program

CCAC students participating in the BNY Mellon’s STARTUP Campus Mentorship Program attended an opening ceremony on Feb. 21 at BNY Mellon Pittsburgh headquarters to kick off the new semester and connect with the BNY Mellon mentors.