About Boyce Campus

          Each year, over 13, 000 students from richly diverse walks of life choose Community College's Boyce Campus for an affordable, high quality education.  Why make CCAC your first choice?  Like many of these students you might be seeking low tuition rates, a convenient east suburban location, first-rate facilities and the ability to transfer associate degree credits to over colleges and universities offering bachelors degrees.  Or you might be attracted y the career enhancement and business opportunities a CCAC education can bring.  Or you may simply want to take advantage of the personal enrichment, fitness and leisure learning courses that have made CCAC a vital thread in the social and  cultural fabric of the grater Pittsburgh region.

          CCAC's Boyce Campus is adjacent to the rolling hills of Boyce Park in the city of Monroeville, 15 miles east of downtown Pittsburgh.  In addition to many of the academic programs and continuing education courses available at Boyce Campus, classes are also offered at the Braddock Center, the Turtle Creek Center, and in various school districts throughout the eastern Allegheny County.  Boyce students enjoy fine campus athletic facilities and an extensive fitness trail.  Major campus improvements are in process, including consolidation of student services area and the expansion of allied health and nursing facilities.  1996 marked the opening of Boyce's new multi-purpose building, which features a gymnasium, theater and classroom space.

          Whether your plans call for personal enrichment, a certificate, or a degree program, you will find it at your first choice-CCAC's Boyce Campus.


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