Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC)

Community College of Allegheny County

 

 

Welcome back, CCAC students!

CCAC 16-week fall classes start on August 18 and 14-week fall classes start September 2. View your class schedule, check on your financial aid and review your account information using CCAC Central eServices. Good luck this semester!

 


 

CCAC hosts Women in Leadership Symposium

CCAC Allegheny Campus will host the Pennsylvania Diversity Council’s Women in Leadership Symposium Thursday, August 21, from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. in the Auditorium of the Foerster Student Service Center. CCAC Allegheny Campus President Donna L. Imhoff, PhD, is one of the featured presenters. Learn more.

 


 

Imagine yourself in a medical career.

More than 75 percent of health care is delivered by professionals other than physicians; this is your chance to be one of those professionals. CCAC offers more than 30 programs in Health Careers and Nursing and is one of the nation’s largest producers of associate’s degree graduates in the health professions. Enroll today. 

 


 

CCAC announces information sessions
on planned East-West project

CCAC is holding free information sessions regarding the college’s East-West project, a new initiative designed to enable individuals to attend CCAC’s West Hills Center to train for high-demand jobs, while providing free transportation, support services and coaching in a team environment. Join us August 25 at the CCAC Braddock Hills Center at 5:00 p.m. (Monday)

 



Enhanced security measures in place at Allegheny Campus

CCAC students, employees and visitors to CCAC’s Allegheny Campus should note the following:

*All CCAC employees and students accessing any CCAC building are required to have a valid CCAC ID, and to show it upon request.
*Visitors must sign-in at the CCAC Allegheny Campus Security Station located in the Physical Education Building on Legacy Way.
*Individuals seeking admission into the K. Leroy Irvis Science Center must show proper ID.

Although CCAC continues to operate a vigilant security presence on campus, it is important for all individuals to be vigilant and report any suspicious behavior or activity to their respective campus or center Security department.