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    CCAC South Campus Hosting Its First Student Planner Cover Art Contest
    It’s not too late to register! Classes begin January 17 and 30. Visit us during extended hours.
    Friday, January 13, 8:00AM–7:00PM Saturday, January 14, 8:00AM–4:00PM Saturday, January 21, 10:00–1:00 Saturday, January 28, 10:00–1:00
    CCAC adopts policy to achieve college-wide smoke-free, tobacco-free environment
    The Community College of Allegheny County Board of Trustees has approved a smoke- and tobacco-free policy that will prohibit the use of smoke and tobacco products on college property by students, staff, faculty and administrators. The policy, which also prohibits the use of electronic cigarettes and vaping devices, will go into effect on January 17 to coincide with the first day of classes of the spring 2017 term.
    CCAC hosts spring job fairs throughout Allegheny County
    The Community College of Allegheny County will host job fairs beginning February 21 and continuing through April 6 at its four campuses. Representatives from many of the region’s employers will be on hand to discuss different job opportunities, answer questions and provide information.
    Port Authority Bus Fare Changes 2017
    Beginning January 1, 2017, Port Authority will eliminate its two-zone fare system and instate a single-zone system in which all riders will pay $2.50 with a ConnectCard. Riders paying with cash will pay $2.75. Several other changes will take effect. Please read if you ride the bus to campus.
    Pitt, CCAC, and Pittsburgh Public Schools Join Forces
    On Dec. 20, the University of Pittsburgh will officially enter a partnership with the Pittsburgh Public Schools and the Community College of Allegheny County. The program is called the Pittsburgh Admissions Collaboration (PAC).
    CCAC South Campus to offer new Film Technician Certificate
    PITTSBURGH—The Community College of Allegheny County will offer a Film Technician Certificate program at its South Campus, beginning in January 2017, which will train students for in-demand careers with family sustaining wages.
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