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Rock and Enroll

Meet faculty, take a tour, learn about sports and clubs, register for classes, and more. Our next open house is July 15. Don't wait. RSVP today.

Fall Registration Now Open for New Students!

The wait is over! New students can now register for the fall semester.

More Options, Less Cost

A program reciprocity agreement between the Community College of Beaver County, Butler County Community College, the Community College of Allegheny County, and Westmoreland County Community College exists for residents of Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, and Westmoreland counties.

CCBC @ Southpointe

CCBC now offers credit courses and programs in Washington County. Save time and money while you earn a degree, take classes to transfer, or upgrade your job skills. Register now for fall!

Continuing Education Summer Catalog

Continuing Education and Workforce Development course offerings. Here you will find both personal enrichment classes for lifelong learners as well as professional development opportunities and training certifications that will help you upgrade your skills in the job market.

ENROLL FOR SUMMER

Get ahead on your degree! Our credits will take you places whether you want to transfer to a four-year university or prepare for a career.

CCBC NEWS

CCBC APPOINTS FIRST DEAN FOR SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, ARTS, SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

6/26/2015

Dr. John Higgs has been appointed as the first Dean of the School of Business, Arts, Sciences and Technology at Community College of Beaver County. This new deanship is the result of merging two previous divisions into a new integrated School. Dr. Higgs will assume this new role on July 13, 2015.

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LINCOLN LEARNING SOLUTIONS MAKES $1.5 MILLION GIFT TO COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF BEAVER COUNTY FOR HIGH SCHOOL ACADEMIES

6/8/2015

Community College of Beaver County and Lincoln Learning Solutions today announced a partnership that will change the landscape of higher education in our region as well as provide new opportunities for thousands of students in local high schools and post-secondary institutions by putting in place the foundation for a future pipeline of skilled workers capable of meeting high-priority workforce needs.

According to Lincoln Learning Solutions President, Bob Clements, and CCBC President, Dr. Chris Reber, the total investment over five years for this leadership gift is $1.5 million. The CCBC Foundation will receive $500,000 at the outset to create the Lincoln Learning Solutions High School Academy Scholarship Endowment, and $200,000 each year over the next five years to further grow the endowment and launch five new high school academies. It is the largest gift in the history of the CCBC Foundation.

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EVENTS

Rock and Enroll

7/15/2015
Student Services Center, Lower Level

New Student Orientation

8/21/2015 - 8/21/2015

Welcome Back - Free Snacks

8/24/2015 - 8/24/2015
Courtyard

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