The Office of Student Life offers tickets to cultural events, recreational sites, plays, lectures, ballet, sporting events, ice skating rinks, the zoo and more available at a discount to CCAC students. Watch the bulletin boards, television monitors and the Allegheny View for listings of events with discounted tickets. Tickets are available for purchase in the Student Accounts office, SSC 150.
Pittsburgh Playhouse Presents:
“Dark of the Moon”
Friday, April 20 at the Rauh Theatre at 8:00 p.m.
(Students/staff/faculty – Limit two per person)
History Center Admission Pass
Valid for one student entry
(Students only – Limit two per student)
Monthly bus passes are available at a $5 discount at the CCAC Campus Book Stores. Current student ID required. One monthly pass per customer.
The Allegheny View is the monthly student newspaper and it covers a wide variety of subjects. The paper has been published since CCAC opened its doors in 1966. Student editor, writer, photographer and advertising sales are just some of the various student positions at the Allegheny View. Students are encouraged to get involved and contribute! For more information contact adviser Christine McQuaide and View staff members at 412.237.4632
Each year, the Student Life office publishes a club directory, listing descriptions of the groups created for and by CCAC Allegheny Campus students. From the business club to the student government, you'll find our friendly and diverse campus has a club with just your interests in mind. Stop by our office and pick up your club directory today!
A directory listing can also be found on the Clubs and Organizations pages.
Many of our clubs and organizations sponsor community service events throughout the year. For example, we coordinate Blood Drives each semester and Scouting for Food in April. Our coordinator for these projects is Gaina Miklusko, who can be reached at 412.237.6541.
The Campus Activities Board for Student Life is comprised of students, faculty and administrators who work together to bring a wide variety of cultural programming to the campus each year. Local and nationally-known authors, musicians, actors and speakers have appeared at Allegheny Campus through the sponsorship of the Campus Activities Board.
Student participation on the board is critical. The board meets at 2:00 p.m. on the first Wednesday of each month in West Hall, B10. Meetings are open to students and staff who wish to attend, and anyone can make a proposal. If you are interested in joining the board, or if you want to suggest a program or performer that you would like to see, contact Gaina Miklusko, who can be reached at 412.237.6541.