Set among 212 rolling acres in West Mifflin, CCAC’s South Campus serves Allegheny County’s southern communities and the Mon Valley region. The campus is located off PA Route 885 not far from Century III Mall and is easily accessed by both PA Route 51 and PA Turnpike 43 as well as by public transportation.
The South Campus moved to its current six-story, comprehensive educational facility in 1973. Its buildings, built over a number of years, house lecture halls, traditional classrooms, technology rooms, a learning assistance center, full library, theater, radio station, dining areas and office space. The grounds surrounding the campus are picturesque and provide walkways and trails for students and community members to enjoy the outdoors. In addition, the campus has a library, learning assistance center, media center, computer centers and state-of-the-art allied health and nursing laboratories. The campus also has community education offices, a gymnasium, a fully-equipped fitness center and computer classrooms. All of the facilities can be accessed from any one of the buildings by using the indoor walkways.
Washington County Center
Founded in 2001, the Washington County Center is the college’s first and only center operating outside of Allegheny County. The center is located in the Washington Crown Center shopping plaza, just off PA Route 40E, approximately 30 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh.
The center affords Washington County residents the ability to take a wide variety of credit, non-credit, community education, workforce training, dual enrollment (earmarked for high school juniors and seniors) and Act 48 classes at the center and at locations throughout Washington County.