Passport to Success is an enrollment workshop series designed to help potential students get information about CCAC, the enrollment process and all aspects of college life. Beginning November 2013 and running every month through April 2014, CCAC will offer a new workshop that explores in-depth a topic relevant to those considering a college education.
The workshops are free and open to all potential students and other interest parties. No reservations are required. All workshops will take place from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Each workshop will take place simultaneously at all four CCAC campuses. See below for room locations.
Destination Success—Career Opportunities
Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Meet with CCAC career, job placement and professional staff to learn more about what careers are growing in our area and how to determine which CCAC program may be a good match for you.
Express Boarding—Preparing for Enrollment
Wednesday, December 18, 2013
CCAC professional staff will offer information on the college enrollment timeline, how placement testing works and who may need to test as well as provide CCAC resources helpful in preparing for placement testing.
Avoid Baggage Fees—CCAC Can Get You to Your Destination Without a Lifetime of Debt
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
CCAC professional staff will help prepare you for the financial aid process and our alumni will share how they saved considerable money by attending CCAC for their first two years.
Meet Your Travel Companions—CCAC Student Panel
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Meet current students and members of the CCAC community to learn about what occurs day-to-day on a CCAC campus.
Ask for Directions—CCAC Orientation
Thursday, March 20, 2014
Learn about CCAC policies and procedures, and receive a tour of our campuses.
Meet Your Tour Guide—Advisement & Registration
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Get information on how to use the advisement process to your advantage. Learn how to select and register for classes, how to transfer credits into CCAC and if you wish to further your education, how to plan to transfer to another institution.
Attend one of four locations:
Allegheny Campus, Student Service Center Auditorium
Boyce Campus, S535 Student Union
North Campus, Room 3002
South Campus, Room A408
For more information call the Admissions Office at one of the four campuses:
Allegheny Campus: 412.237.2511
Boyce Campus: 724.325.6614
North Campus: 412.369.3600
South Campus: 412.469.4301