• Deans of Student Development

    An office of the dean of Student Development is located on each of CCAC's campuses. The role of the dean is to ensure that appropriate resources and opportunities exist to support our students' success.  

    The deans work with a wide variety of student services to provide opportunities for students learning and development, in academic courses and through extra-curricular activities. The deans of Student Development work in conjunction with our college faculty to provide a supportive, learner-centered environment. 

    The Online Dean of Student Development is a convenient, easy and fast electronic way for students to communicate with the Deans of Student Development. 

    The deans welcome you to the Community College of Allegheny County. You'll find that a rich, complex, energizing learning experience awaits you. 

    Deans of Student Development

    Allegheny Campus: Roslynne Wilson
    Boyce Campus: Yvonne Burns
    North Campus: Mary Lou Kennedy
    South Campus: Kelli Maxwell

  • Online Dean

    The Online Dean was designed to provide opportunities for students to communicate with the deans of Student Development electronically. This web-based program provides a central location for the deans of Student Development and the student body to communicate and respond to a variety of student issues and concerns.

    The deans of Student Development share responsibility for responding to your questions and comments. The deans intend to respond to you in a timely manner. It is asked that you understand complex issues may require additional time for responses.

    Contact the Online Dean now.

    Please note that if your question or statements involve concerns about academic matters such as grades and course requirements, you should first speak with your instructor. Please refer to the Student Handbook for more information.

  • Contact the Online Dean

    Contact the 
    Online Dean.

    Please note that if your question or statements involve concerns about academic matters such as grades and course requirements, you should first speak with your instructor. Please refer to the Student Handbook for more information.