Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC)

Community College of Allegheny County

Contact Us

Requests for Information

If you have questions or would like information about the college sent to you, please use our online form or call 412.237.3100.

Campuses, Centers & Online Learning Information

CCAC is proud to serve those in southwestern Pennsylvania and beyond. To get contact information, click any of the following links:

To get contact information for each of the campuses or centers, click any of the following links:

CCAC—Allegheny Campus  Homewood-Brushton Center
CCAC—Boyce CampusBraddock Hills Center   
CCAC—North CampusWest Hills Center 
CCAC—South CampusWashington County Center 
CCAC—Online Learning  

   Applying to CCAC

 

  Allegheny    

  Boyce

  North

  South             

Admissions

 412.237.2511

 724.325.6614

 412.369.3600

 412.469.4301 

Advising

 412.237.2700

 724.325.6739

 412.369.3662

 412.469.6238 

Financial Aid             

 412.237.2589

 724.325.6602

 412.369.3656

 412.469.6241

Registration

 412.237.2700

 724.325.6674

 412.369.3700

 412.469.6203

Student Accts. 

 412.237.4641     

 724.325.6689      

 412.369.3670      

 412.469.6250

General information about admissions, advising, financial aid, registration and student accounts can be found on the web site. For additional help, please contact the campus office directly.

Non-credit course Information
For questions about non-credit courses or registration, contact Community Education at 412.369.3703 or email at communityeducation@ccac.edu.

Changes to the website
To get information about or submit changes to the website please email Webteam or call 412.237.3182.

Technology Services

Students, faculty and staff who have technology questions or problems are encouraged to call the CCAC ServiceDesk at 412.237.8700 or email help@servicedesk.ccac.edu.

Contact the servicedesk for questions related to:

  • Student and employee accounts
  • Blackboard issues
  • Email issues
  • Network issues
  • Password and login issues

 

 

Back to top