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Saturday class options

We offer shorter terms and now, Saturday classes that fit your busy schedule and allow you to earn college credits in less time. Register now for 10-week Saturday classes. Classes start February 18.

Train for a High-Priority Career

Prepare for entry-level welding jobs in manufacturing, fabrication-shop, and construction-related settings. Tuition assistance is available to those who qualify. Call 724-480-3451.

Learn something new this year!

Enroll now for a Continuing Education class. Classes begin soon in areas such as culinary, health and fitness, business, technology, music and dance, and more. Register online at my.ccbc.edu or call 724-480-3575.

It’s not too late to enroll

It’s not too late to enroll for the spring semester! Register now for our 12-week Flexible Start classes and 10-week Saturday classes. Find classes that fit your busy schedule and allow you to earn college credits in less time. Classes start January 31 and February 18.

Free FAFSA Workshops

If you’re a high school student who is enrolled or plans to enroll in CCBC classes, you may qualify for free money through the Dual Pell Grant program. Attend a free workshop to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on January 24. Call 724-480-3501.

Process Technology – Train Now. Earn Later.

Our Process Technology program is industry-approved by Shell, MarkWest, Nalco, and ECI. Gain hands-on experience, prepare for high-demand careers coming soon to Beaver County, and earn $40,000 to $60,000 to start. Don’t wait! Register now. Classes start January 9.

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CCBC News
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CCBC AND GENEVA COLLEGE SIGN TRANSFER AGREEMENTS FOR EIGHT ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS

1/13/2017

Community College of Beaver County (CCBC) and Geneva College are expanding their partnership to provide students with more opportunities as they pursue associate and bachelor’s degrees.

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CCBC SCHOOL OF AVIATION SCIENCES RECEIVES LAUREL FOUNDATION GRANT TO PURCHASE NEW FLIGHT SIMULATOR

1/10/2017

The Laurel Foundation, which focuses on supporting programs that offer long-term benefits for participants and the community by providing charitable grants for nonprofit organizations in Pittsburgh and southwestern Pennsylvania, has gifted $50,000 to the CCBC Foundation to assist the College with purchasing a new, high-quality Redbird MCX flight simulator for the School of Aviation Sciences.

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COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF BEAVER COUNTY OFFERS COURSE SCHEDULING TO FIT ALL LIFESTYLES WITH FLEXIBLE START PROGRAM

1/5/2017

Registration Now Underway for Evening and Weekend Classes in Spring Semester

Community College of Beaver County (CCBC) has unveiled a full roster of classes to address the needs of students who are unable to attend class during the day or a later start to the spring semester. These classes are ideal for working students who need flexible schedules, high school juniors and seniors seeking concurrent enrollment that won’t conflict with traditional high school classes, and those who seek the convenience of attending class through online courses.

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CCBC Board of Trustees Regular Monthly Meeting

1/17/2017
CCBC, Community Education Center Room 2406

Men's Basketball vs. CCAC - Allegheny

1/21/2017 - 1/21/2017
Athletics and Events Center (Dome)

Men's Basketball vs. CCAC - Boyce

1/23/2017 - 1/23/2017
Athletics and Events Center (Dome)

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