Each year, Pennsylvania’s 14 community colleges provide high-quality, higher education and workforce training to approximately 500,000 individuals from around the Commonwealth. Of those individuals, 230,000 are undergraduates – that’s one out of every five undergraduate students in the state. Community colleges are playing an increasingly important role in educating and training current and future generations of workers and providing affordable and responsive higher education to hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvanians every year. The Pennsylvania Commission for Community Colleges advocates on behalf of the colleges and provides leadership and guidance on their collective interests. To learn more about the Pennsylvania Commission for Community Colleges visit the About Us page.