The Pennsylvania Commission for Community Colleges held a press conference at HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College today to celebrate Pennsylvania’s third “Pennsylvania Community College Completion Challenge (PAC4) Week,” observed from October 16-20.
The Wolf Administration’s convening of the Middle Class Task Force is a promising development, but the task force should also incorporate current research into their findings as they seek to understand how to help Pennsylvania’s middle class. Higher education and job training are key to supporting both Pennsylvania’s employers and workers.
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Each month, the Commission highlights one of Pennsylvania’s 14 public community colleges.
This month, we share information about the Community College of Allegheny County.
Each month, the Commission highlights one of Pennsylvania’s 14 public community colleges. This month, we share information about Luzerne County Community College.
Each month, the Commission highlights one of Pennsylvania’s 14 public community colleges. This month, we share information about Pennsylvania Highlands Community College.
The Pennsylvania Commission for Community Colleges (PACCC) honored the 23rd Annual All-Pennsylvania Academic Team at an awards banquet in Harrisburg. The awards recognize an exceptional group of community college students who have achieved excellence and demonstrated a commitment to their colleges and communities.
The Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Commission for Community Colleges (PACCC) elected new officers to its Executive Committee at the Commission’s Annual Meeting on April 3 in Harrisburg.
Hundreds of students, trustees, faculty and staff from Pennsylvania’s 14 community colleges joined together at the Capitol today to advocate for a state budget that includes sufficient state operating and capital funding for the community colleges – collectively, the largest provider of public higher education and workforce training in the Commonwealth.
Annual Meeting of the PA Commission for Community Colleges April 3-4 in Harrisburg, PA Details to follow.