As an open-admissions institution, CCAC does not require college entrance examinations.
To enroll as a full-time student, applicants must have a high school diploma or Pennsylvania
GED certiﬁcate or must be at least 18 years of age with experience reasonably equivalent
to a GED.
CCAC is happy to welcome prospective students or visitors in person and virtually.
For assistance, please call our Information Center at 412.237.CCAC. Additionally, you can reach us via email at email@example.com. Please visit our Admissions page for hours of operation.
Our Academic Advisors can help you explore our programs, schedule for classes, explain
CCAC Academic policy, and refer you to other CCAC resources. CCAC provides a combination
academic advising services of in-person and virtual services to meet your busy schedule!
Academic Advising is available to potential students that want to learn more about a program or course. Or for current students who have applied and completed the application process and verified your ID with the Registration Welcome Center
Visit Academic Advising
At CCAC, there are a number of different types of financial aid that you can be awarded.
The most basic categories are grants, scholarships and loans.
If you are expecting to receive financial aid, you can review your pending financial
aid at MyCCAC. Navigate to CCAC Central e-Services and select "Students". Then click on Financial Aid Self Service.
Visit Financial Aid
You might be contacted by a company saying they will help get your student loans discharged,
forgiven, cancelled, or qualified for debt relief for a fee. You NEVER have to pay for help with your federal student aid. Make sure you work only with the
U.S. Department of Education and their loan servicers, and never reveal your personal
information or account password to anyone.
The Department of Education emails to borrowers come from firstname.lastname@example.org,
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can report
scam attempts to the Federal Trade Commission by calling 1.877.382.4357 or visit reportfraud.ftc.gov
As a new student, you may need to take several placement tests before you register
These tests are not an entrance exam. They simply help you choose the right classes
so you can succeed in college.
These tests are offered online, so you can take them anytime, anywhere.
Our Placement Testing page includes information about exemptions and accommodations,
registration links, and additional resources.
Visit Placement Testing