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 Community College of Allegheny County 

Name: Community College of Allegheny County
President: Alex Johnson
Website: http://www.ccac.edu
City: Pittsburgh
State: PA
Type: Public
Campus Setting: Large, Urban, Multi-Campus
Year Established: 1966

Governing Board Website  

 

Community College of Allegheny County

Student Characteristics Based on Fall 2010 IPEDS Data

2010 Fall Credit Enrollment
Total Enrollment: 20,706
Part Time: 56.7%
Full Time: 43.3%

Gender
Male: 42.2%
Female: 57.8%

Race/Ethnicity
African-American: 17.0%
Asian/Pacific Islander: 1.5%
Hispanic: 0.8%
Native American: 0.5%
White: 65.2%
Other: 15.0% 

 

 Community College of Allegheny County President

Alex Johnson
President

 Community College of Allegheny County Board Chair

William R. Robinson
Board Chair

Quote from the President

“Nearly all graduates of the Community College of Allegheny County—at least 95 percent—live and work locally, providing an impact on southwestern Pennsylvania of more than $57 million in increased earnings each year. Even more significantly, a CCAC education often represents a breakthrough in economics, confidence and purpose that changes an entire family’s circumstances. I am humbled by the steadfast commitment to our students that my colleagues live out each and every day, and I am honored to be part of an institution that makes such a difference in our community.”

Interesting Facts

  • A College of First Choice. 79% of CCAC students selected CCAC as their college of first choice.
  • Exceptional Value. CCAC students save $19,000 over public and $53,000 over private colleges and universities by spending their first two years at CCAC.
  • Superb Learning Environment. CCAC offers an average class size of 20 students.
  • Extracurricular Life. CCAC offers more than 100 clubs and organizations, including four honor societies.
  • Transfer Opportunities. CCAC students transferred credits to 520 colleges and universities.
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