South Campus Nature Trail Program is an interactive, environmental enrichment program for pre-kindergarten and elementary students.
For a copy of the standards met by each program, please contact Kathy Boyd at firstname.lastname@example.org or 724.348.4154.
Founded in 2001, the Washington County Center is the college s first and only center operating outside of Allegheny County. The center is located in the Washington Crown Center shopping plaza, just off PA Route 40E, approximately 30 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh.
The center affords Washington County residents the ability to take a wide variety of credit, non-credit, community education, workforce training, dual enrollment (earmarked for high school juniors and seniors) and Act 48 classes at the center and at locations throughout Washington County.
CCAC South Campus President Dr. Charlene Newkirk and other Jefferson community and business leaders share their thoughts on the unique challenges in their area and how best to address them with non-profit initiatives such as the CCAC South Campus Food Pantry and other community-focused action projects.
Honors In Action Presentation for Phi Theta Kappa Chapter, Alpha Iota Eta, CCAC South for 2018.
This service is currently available only at CCAC South Campus but will soon be available college-wide.
Many of CCAC programs are offered at all campuses but some programs are offered at specific campuses. The following academic programs are offered at South:
|Arts & Humanities
|Ed/Social & Behavioral & Human Services
||STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics)