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    Tyler Podomik with mural

    Community College of Allegheny County South Campus student Tyler Podomik was given the opportunity to showcase his artistic talents with a mural on the wall at the theater department entrance.

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    The Community College of Allegheny County Board of Trustees has approved a smoke- and tobacco-free policy that will prohibit the use of smoke and tobacco products on college property by students, staff, faculty and administrators. The policy, which also prohibits the use of electronic cigarettes and vaping devices, will go into effect on January 17 to coincide with the first day of classes of the spring 2017 term.

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    What’s a week like for CCAC President Dr. Quintin Bullock as the college celebrates its milestone 50th anniversary? He oversees four campuses, four centers, more than 20,000 students, and is committed to “keeping the institution current and vital to the region’s economy”—for starters.

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    Midnight Welding Photo

    CCAC is offering a night-shift Welding Technology program that will run from 11:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m., Monday through Friday. Registration is open for the program now, which begins September 6.

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    CCFasttrack Class

    Pennsylvania's 14 community colleges on Monday unveiled a statewide effort to enable adult learners to transform life and work experiences into college credit, saving money and time spent working toward a degree.

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  • March 2017

    Tyler Podomik with mural

    Community College of Allegheny County South Campus student Tyler Podomik was given the opportunity to showcase his artistic talents with a mural on the wall at the theater department entrance.

    January 2017

    The Community College of Allegheny County Board of Trustees has approved a smoke- and tobacco-free policy that will prohibit the use of smoke and tobacco products on college property by students, staff, faculty and administrators. The policy, which also prohibits the use of electronic cigarettes and vaping devices, will go into effect on January 17 to coincide with the first day of classes of the spring 2017 term.

    October 2016

    Bullock Ridge Ave.JPG

    What’s a week like for CCAC President Dr. Quintin Bullock as the college celebrates its milestone 50th anniversary? He oversees four campuses, four centers, more than 20,000 students, and is committed to “keeping the institution current and vital to the region’s economy”—for starters.