• The Community College of Allegheny County is about students learning from expert faculty in a learning-centered environment. It’s about a full campus life that includes athletics, social organizations, honor societies, service clubs, student services, the Honors Program and more. It’s about choice—more than 155 programs that lead to great careers and great four-year colleges. It’s about convenience—four campuses, four neighborhood centers and flexible schedules, including online courses. 

  • Summer and Fall 2015 Credit Schedules Available

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    The Fall 2015  and the Summer 2015 credit schedules are available for viewing and download. Check with your advisor if you need help selecting the courses you need. 

    Registration for Fall 2015 begins Monday, April 6. You can register in person by visiting any of our registration offices or making an appointment to see an advisor. Returning students in good standing may register via CCAC Central e-Services.

    Home from college? Visiting from another university? Why not take a few summer classes at CCAC?

  •  News and Announcements

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    CCAC nursing students conduct fundraiser, plan trip to aid Nepali earthquake victims.
    CCAC celebrates 2015 commencement Thursday, May 14
    The Community College of Allegheny County will celebrate its 2015 commencement with ceremonies beginning at 7:00 p.m., Thursday, May 14 at the Petersen Events Center located on the upper campus of the University of Pittsburgh in Oakland. A gathering of approximately 3,000 students, family members, faculty, staff and other guests are expected to attend to recognize the nearly 500 graduates who will participate in the ceremony. A total of 2,470 CCAC students are candidates for graduation.
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    CCAC adjunct faculty member receives Outstanding Dietetics Educator Award
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    CCAC director of Veterans Services and Purple Heart recipient is appointed to two national advisory boards
    CCAC Massage Therapy students to provide free massages for runners at the DICK’s Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon
    Students in the Massage Therapy program at CCAC’s Boyce Campus will have a hand, or two, in helping runners relax and rejuvenate following the DICK’S Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon on Sunday, May 3. Kevin Anderson, CCAC associate professor and coordinator of the Massage Therapy program, along with about 20 of his current and former students and several colleagues will provide free massages at Point State Park for runners who would like a massage following the 26-mile race.
    CCAC honor society students will clean waterways for Hays bald eagles on Saturday, April 25
    Members of Alpha Mu Theta, a local chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society at CCAC’s Allegheny Campus, are looking to get their hands dirty this weekend as they help to make local waterways cleaner for the bald eagles and other wildlife that live along the Monongahela River in Hays. The chapter is conducting a clean-up event for its Urban Raptor Project on Saturday, April 25, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. along Duck Hollow Trail.
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    CCAC scholars recognized for achievements, represent college at Lobby Day in Harrisburg
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  • Middle States Self Study 2015

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    Every 10 years, CCAC goes through a process of comprehensive self-study and evaluation to maintain accreditation and promote educational excellence, as defined by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE). That process began in earnest this week, when working groups that will help to complete a Self-Study Report convened for the first time. 
  • Your career in health care starts at CCAC.

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    CCAC offers more than 30 associate of science and certificate programs in health careers. More than 75 percent of healthcare is delivered by professionals other than physicians. You can be one of those professionals.