CCAC annually educates more than 30,000 credit students through 152 degree, certificate, diploma and transfer programs and offers thousands of students access to noncredit and workforce development courses. The learning-centered institution's mission is to provide affordable access to quality education and offer a dynamic, diverse and supportive learning environment that prepares the region's residents for academic, professional and personal success in our changing global society. CCAC's quality programs enable students to transfer credits to nearly 500 colleges and universities and support regional workforce needs with accessible instruction available day, evening, weekend and online in Allegheny County and beyond. Visit ccac.edu to learn more.
Community College of Beaver County is an open-door admissions institution located in Monaca, PA, along with two additional centers that provide cutting-edge training for regional job opportunities. The Aviation Sciences Center, located at the Beaver County Airport is home to CCBC's nationally recognized Air Traffic Control and other aviation programs, and CCBC at Southpointe in Washington County offers a growing array of credit and non-credit programs. CCBC offers 71 degree, certificate and diploma programs and hundreds of Continuing Education and Workforce Development courses and programs focused on personal enrichment and customized training. The College provides seamless transfer to a growing number of baccalaureate and graduate programs through regional and national collaborations. Classes are taught in a vibrant learning environment that integrates state-of-the-art instructional technology into every classroom and laboratory.
Bucks County Community College is the smart place to start or restart your academic career. Bucks can help you attain college credit for learning you have achieved outside the traditional college classroom. Choose from nearly 80 programs of study that lead to either a two-year associate degree or a shorter-term certificate, including the arts, business, computers, engineering, healthcare, humanities and more. Programs of study range from those designed to transfer to a four-year college or university, to occupational programs that prepare you to launch a new career. Educational planning advisors will help you make the right choices, and free tutoring can help you transition back to the classroom. Our small classes, where you can get to know your professors, are held on three campuses or online. What's more, our low tuition makes college affordable. Bucks - where to learn, where to return.
Butler County Community College (BC3), chartered in 1965, is the first community college in Western Pennsylvania, therefore we are known as the 'Pioneers'. More than 5,300 students are enrolled in one of our 55 credit programs with specialties in nursing, business, science and technology and liberal arts/transfer. Another 15,000 people participate annually in business and industry trainings, public safety trainings, lifelong learning opportunities and professional development courses. BC3 has 5 locations in 7 counties with locations in Butler, Cranberry, Hermitage, New Castle and Brockway. BC3 offers Associate degrees and certificate programs. We hope that you will consider BC3 as the "Smart Place to Start" your educational journey.
Delaware County Community College is a two-year, public institution granting associate degrees and certificates, providing accessible, comprehensive, community centered and flexible educational opportunities to residents of Delaware and Chester Counties and beyond.
HACC, Central Pennsylvania's Community College, offers more than 150 career and transfer associate degree, certificate and diploma programs to nearly 20,000 students at campuses in Gettysburg, Harrisburg, Lancaster, Lebanon and York and through online classes. In addition, HACC serves more than 29,000 students in noncredit workforce development, public safety, adult basic education and continuing education programs offered at all campuses and off-site locations in many communities in Central Pennsylvania. For more information on how HACC is uniquely YOURS, visit www.hacc.edu.
Founded in 1966, Lehigh Carbon Community College (LCCC) serves more than 7,500 students from Lehigh, Carbon, Schuylkill and surrounding counties offering more than 90 programs of study including healthcare, information technology, criminal justice, education and business administration. From the main campus in Schnecksville and modern satellite campuses in Allentown, Tamaqua, Jim Thorpe and Lehigh Valley International Airport, Lehigh Carbon offers two-year associate degrees, certificate and specialized diploma programs, and workforce training for students studying either full-time, part-time or online.
Covering northeastern Pennsylvania, Luzerne County Community College offers more than 100 academic and career training programs to an average of 6,500 students each year. Along with its Main Campus in Nanticoke, PA, LCCC has extension centers in Wilkes-Barre, Berwick, Hazleton, and Shamokin. The College offers diplomas, certificates, and associate degrees plus has clear transfer agreements with other four-year colleges and universities in the area and nationwide. Luzerne County Community College's mission is to provide accessible, affordable, and quality education to students and work closely to ensuring our students' success.
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MC3 has two campuses in Blue Bell and Pottstown and enrolls close to 24,000 credit students and almost 10,000 non-credit students annually. With a 19:1 student-faculty ratio, the College boasts a nationally recognized, award-winning faculty committed to working closely with students. The College's comprehensive curriculum includes 85 associate degree/certificate programs in 59 areas of study and specialized workforce development and continuing education programs. Eight associate's degrees and one certificate are offered entirely online. The College has 25 partnerships with area colleges and universities.
Northampton Community College is the only community college in Pennsylvania to offer on-campus housing. Residents and commuters can choose from close to 100 transfer and career programs leading to associate degrees, certificates and diplomas in allied health and sciences, business and technology, education, and humanities and social sciences. The faculty is focused on student success and includes two Pennsylvania Professors of the Year. Day and evening classes are offered in Bethlehem and in the Poconos. It is also possible to complete many classes and degrees online. Close to 90% of NCC graduates continue their education or find employment of their choice within a year of graduation.
We are a small community college located in the beautiful Laurel Highlands of south central Pennsylvania. Today we have over 1300 students taking courses and completing in-demand degrees at our five convenient locations in Johnstown/Richland, Ebensburg, Somerset, Huntingdon, and Blair. Our high quality education, transferrable coursework, and wide range of degree options lay the groundwork for student success. By providing the most affordable access to higher education in the region, we are often the best in value for cost comparison. Consider Climbing Higher at Pennsylvania Highlands Community College.
Community College of Philadelphia is an open-admission, associate-degree-granting institution that offers more than 70 degree and certificate programs in architecture and construction; art, design and media; business and technology; health care; law and public service; liberal arts; science; social and human services; and technical fields such as automotive technology and culinary arts. Many of our degree students transfer to four-year institutions while others seek employment in the Philadelphia region. Day, evening, weekend and online classes are held at the Main Campus, our three Regional Centers and at neighborhood sites throughout the City.
Reading Area Community College offers associate, certificate and diploma programs, and provides a solid foundation for transferring into baccalaureate programs nationwide. Affordability and accessibility make Reading Area Community College The Right Choice for almost 4,800 students from Berks County, Pennsylvania and beyond. Agreements with many colleges and universities near and far make transfer into or out of Reading Area Community College a success.
Westmoreland County Community College annually enrolls approximately 8,400 students in associate degree, diploma or certificate programs. Students choose from 140+ programs in high-demand fields such as health care, energy, industrial technology, business, computer technology, culinary arts, criminal justice, human services and more. WCCC agreements with many universities ease the transfer process for bachelor's degree seekers and help to reduce college debt. Classes are conducted at the Youngwood Campus and nine locations in Westmoreland, Fayette, Greene and Indiana counties and online. As a leader college in the national Achieving the Dream initiative, WCCC is committed to student learning and success.