• 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 holds first-of-its-kind open house specifically for U.S. military—active duty, veterans and reservists—and their dependents on Thursday, August 6
    The Community College of Allegheny County is holding a special open house designed for current and former members of the military, their spouses and children from 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 6 at all four campus locations: Allegheny Campus (North Shore), Boyce Campus (Monroeville), North Campus (McCandless), South Campus (West Mifflin) and West Hills Center (Oakdale).
    CCAC holds first-of-its-kind open house specifically for U.S. military—active duty, veterans and reservists—and their dependents on Thursday, August 6
    Penn State and CCAC sign Articulation Agreement
    Administrators from Community College of Allegheny County and Penn State University have signed an articulation agreement to facilitate the transfer of CCAC students into baccalaureate programs at six Penn State campuses, including Beaver, DuBois, Fayette, Greater Allegheny, New Kensington, and Shenango. The agreement is effective this fall. Leaders from Penn State and CCAC made the announcement at an event on Wednesday, July 15 at 9:00 a.m. at the Penn State Center Pittsburgh, Energy Innovation Center on Bedford Avenue in Pittsburgh.
    Spring 2016 Nursing Applications Now Available
    Applying to the Nursing Program is a two-step process. Interested individuals must first apply to CCAC via the general application. Students will then be required to provide official transcripts to the college, take placement tests as required, meet with an academic advisor and then complete appropriate coursework.
    Thinking about a paramedic or massage therapy career?
    The Boyce Campus Paramedic and Massage Therapist Programs are currently taking applications for the 2015 fall classes. Both of these programs offer full and part-time employment opportunities.
    CCAC approved for plumbing backflow testing under international standards
    The Community College of Allegheny County has become an approved school for plumbing backflow testing under the American Society of Sanitary Engineers (ASSE) International.
    CCAC Board of Trustees approves 2015–2016 budget with no tuition increase
    The Community College of Allegheny County Board of Trustees approved a $109.6 million budget that keeps both last year’s budget and the current rate of tuition intact but allows for an increase in the technology fee. Tuition for Allegheny County residents remains at $104.75 per credit or $1,571.25 per full-time semester (12 to 18 credits).
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  • Middle States Self Study 2015

    Middle States Kickoff
    Every 10 years, CCAC goes through a process of comprehensive self-study and evaluation to maintain accreditation and promote educational excellence, as defined by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE). That process began in earnest this week, when working groups that will help to complete a Self-Study Report convened for the first time. 
  • Your career in health care starts at CCAC.

    Allied Health
    CCAC offers more than 30 associate of science and certificate programs in health careers. More than 75 percent of healthcare is delivered by professionals other than physicians. You can be one of those professionals.