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.
SDS-102 PAS is a one credit course for high school seniors
who desire an opportunity to explore post-secondary
options. This is an enhanced orientation course specially
designed for students with learning differences. Students will
focus on effective strategies for transitioning from a high school
setting to a post-secondary education.
The course is offer in the spring semester at the four campuses
as well as West Hills Center and Washington County
Center. It meets once a week for eight sessions.
This program is sponsored by the Office of Vocational
Rehabilitation (OVR) with support from the local school
The Learning Disabilities Learning Community is a special
program for CCAC students who have a documented learning disability
(LD) or Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and who score into
the college's developmental level math, reading or English
These classes are taught by department professors who have
extensive experience with the needs of LD and ADD students. The
learning community eases the transition into college. Applicants
should apply to the College and take placement testing through
the Supportive Services office on the Allegheny Campus.
South Campus Supportive Services Block Schedule
CCAC, South Campus is excited to announce a new opportunity for students with learning differences. South Campus will be hosting a Supportive Services block schedule to provide students with additional support as they transition from the High School to the College learning environment. The instructors for this program care about the needs of students with disabilities and will work closely with the Director of the Supportive Services Office to provide additional support for students. Additionally, the SDS 102 class will directly address the needs and transition process for students with disabilities.Students would be eligible for this program if they have a documented disability and place into developmental Reading and English courses. Interested students should apply to the college and schedule placement testing through the South Campus Supportive Services Office by calling 412-469-6207.Questions about this program can be addressed to Carissa Monaco, Director of Supportive Services, at 412-469-6215 or email@example.com.Days and Times of Classes DVS 070 M 9:00-10:40 WF 9:00-9:50DVS 060 WF 10:00-10:50ENG 089 MWF 12:00-12:50SDS 102 M 2:00-2:50
Sumana Misra-ZetsCivil Rights Compliance Officer/Title IX Coordinator
Byers Hall, Room 316
Allegheny CampusLori HamblinDirector, Disability Services
Library Building-Room 114
Boyce CampusMegan McCormickDirector, Disability Services
North Wing-Room N560
724.325.6733 (TTY)North CampusChristopher RichardsonDirector, Disability Services
South CampusCarissa Monaco Director, Disability Services
Building B-Room 311