The Community College of Allegheny County provides a supportive and transformative learning environment that prepares graduates to meet critical needs in the region’s workforce.
At CCAC, we believe that life outside the classroom is an important part of your college experience. Each CCAC campus has a variety of activities to enhance your lifestyle – including athletics, cultural events and personal development seminars.
The CCAC Educational
Foundation is the fundraising and benefactor arm of the college. It seeks to
create vital connections between the college and the wider community
to ensure the ongoing viability of the college.
If you are a former or returning student, you will have access
to your academic and financial records in
CCAC Central Self-Service. The NetID account you had while you
were a student can be renewed temporarily so that you can log in to
view unofficial transcripts or register for more coursework at
CCAC. Your username will be the same as it was when you were a
current CCAC student. You should be able to reset your password or,
if necessary, create a temporary account at NetID Self-Service. You will not
be able to log in to MyCCAC, the student portal; only current
students have access to MyCCAC.
If you have any difficulty creating an account or resetting a
password, please call the ITS ServiceDesk, at 412.237.8700. We
cannot reset passwords or give out account information via email or
by chat, because email and chat are not secure media. Please see
our hours of
You can search for courses in the CCAC Catalog (course
descriptions) or search for courses/sections in the Self-Service
Course Catalog without a log-in. If you wish to register,
you will need to renew your NetID account temporarily (see
Please note, the account(s) you create prior to
registering will be temporary. After you've registered for
courses, you'll be able to create a full-fledged NetID account that
will give you access to campus computers, to MyCCAC and to your
academic email. You will need to change your password periodically,
but the account will not expire until after you've completed your
current period of study at CCAC.
If you want to view your unofficial transcript, you can do so in
CCAC Central Self-Service. You can request official transcripts
through the National Student Clearinghouse, an online
transcript supply service with whom CCAC has partnered.
You can request a transcript from the Clearinghouse without logging
in to CCAC Central Self-Service.
To access your 1098T tax document, log in to
CCAC Central Self-Service and click on the link labelled
Online Student Account Center. Tax documents for previous years
will be accessible through an adjacent link.
For general questions regarding these guidelines, please feel
free to contact the ServiceDesk by phone (412.237.8700), by email
or by chat. For assistance in
resetting passwords, please call us at 412.237.8700.
*If distance or other factors prevent you from visiting a CCAC
campus, arrangements can be made for virtual
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for Courses section.