CCAC's Boyce Campus is adjacent to the rolling hills of Boyce Park in Monroeville, about 15 miles east of downtown Pittsburgh.
In addition to dozens of academic programs and continuing education courses at the Boyce Campus, classes are offered at the Braddock Hills Center and in many eastern Allegheny County school districts.
Boyce students enjoy well-equipped athletic facilities and an extensive fitness trail. Major campus improvements also are in progress, including consolidation of student service areas and the expansion of allied health and nursing facilities. Boyce's multi-purpose building opened in 1996, and features a gymnasium, theater and classrooms.
Whether your educational goal is personal enrichment, a certificate or a degree, you'll find it at CCAC's Boyce Campus.
Each year, more than 14,000 students from many walks of life choose Community College's Boyce Campus for an affordable, quality education.
The delayed-start term at CCAC–Boyce campus starts February 18, 2013. Find more information.