Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC)

Community College of Allegheny County

Braddock Hills Center

Welcome to the Community College of Allegheny County Braddock Hills center, located just a few minutes from the Forest Hills or Wilkinsburg Exits of the Parkway (I-376 East/West). The Braddock Hills center replaces the former CCAC Braddock and Turtle Creek centers.

Located in the Braddock Hills Shopping Center, 250 Yost Boulevard, the state-of-the-art instructional facility contains seven classrooms, three computer labs and a video conference lab.

The Braddock Hills center serves a greater metropolitan area including the communities of Braddock, Braddock Hills, Churchill, Edgewood, Forest Hills, North Braddock, Rankin, Swissvale, Turtle Creek, Wilkinsburg and Wilkins Twp., among others.

It is conveniently located to public transportation and all the amenities of a suburban environment – restaurants, banks and grocery stores.

Courses offered at the center are a strong foundation for any of CCAC’s certificate or degree programs. Students can take a number of college classes including math, English, history, psychology and a variety of general electives. In addition to regularly scheduled credit classes, the center offers Community Education courses and opportunities for customized workforce job training for corporations and businesses.  

Another learning opportunity administered by the Braddock Hills center is the Modern Office Systems Training (MOST) program. Classes for the MOST program are held in the Braddock Employment and Training center at 849 Braddock Avenue, Braddock, PA. The MOST program prepares students to obtain employment as office clerks, receptionists, data entry operators, secretaries, customer service representatives and medical office secretaries.

The Braddock Hills center offers convenient class times during the day, evening and weekends.

For more information, contact Braddock Hills Center, Assistant Dean, Gyndolyn Bradford at 412.271.0201.

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