WELCOME TO COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF BEAVER COUNTY
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At Community College of Beaver County, we’ve been educating students to change and develop our region for 50 years. We are focused on your success, whether you’re just getting started, finishing what you started, or starting over.
TABLE OF CONTENTS HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
AREAS OF STUDY
PAYING FOR COLLEGE
WHOM WE SERVE ANNUALLY
LIANA MUIA • 2016 GRADUATE
What I love about CCBC is it was a great transitioning point for me between high school and going away to a four year institution. You get small class sizes where you can really learn something from your classes instead of sitting in an auditorium with 200 other students. Also, CCBC is
affordable and has a great diversity among students. I love all the opportunities available here.
CCBC MAIN CAMPUS
1 Campus Drive Monaca, PA 15061 724-480-2222 1-800-335-0222
CCBC AVIATION SCIENCES CENTER
125 Cessna Drive Beaver Falls, PA 15010 724-480-3600
CCBC @ PARKWAY WEST
7101 Steubenville Pike Oakdale, PA 15071 724-480-3600
AREAS OF STUDY CCBC offers flexible class schedules, caring faculty, small class sizes, and low tuition so you can earn a certificate or degree then find a new career or transfer to a four-year university. Any program with the acronym TAOC indicates that this particular CCBC major is a Pennsylvania Transfer and Articulation Center (TAOC) approved Associate Degree program, which means all earned degree credits transfer to participating 4-year colleges and universities. For more information, visit www.PAcollegetransfer.com. GE BE LLE CO CHOOL OF S
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SCHOOL OF AVIATION SCIENCES #1 AVIATION PROGRAM IN PA S
VI AT CE IO N S CIE N 1966
Since the Wright Brothers first took flight, professional aviators have helped us to see the world in a new way. Students of the School of Aviation Sciences learn hands-on through flight simulators, actual flying experience, and our student-operated control tower. Through application of their knowledge and skills, graduates from CCBCâ€™s School of Aviation Sciences are ready to take flight and to carry on the tradition of innovation, safety, and exploration in careers as pilots, drone operators, and air traffic controllers.
PROGRAMS OF STUDY Aerospace Management Air Traffic Control
Aviation Instructor (certificate) Professional Pilot
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Aviation Academy for High School Students
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, ARTS, SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY E
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, SCIE N CES & T
The varied rigors of the liberal arts education provided by CCBC’s School of Business, Arts, Sciences, and Technology nurture each student to have an open and inquiring mind. Since the business world today is marked by both turbulence and opportunity, graduates learn to use their professional expertise to solve organizational problems while being responsive to the issues of fairness, justice, and equity.
PROGRAMS OF STUDY BUSINESS
Accounting Accounting Specialist (certificate) Business Administration (TAOC) Business Management Business Operations (certificate) Entrepreneurship (certificate and degree) Human Resource Assistant (certificate) Human Resource Management Media Communications Office Technology - Administrative Professional Office Technology – Microsoft Office Specialist (certificate) Office Technology - Medical Administrative Professional (certificate and degree) Workforce Preparation (certificate) CULINARY ARTS
Cook’s Assistant (certificate) Culinary Arts (degree and certificate) Culinary Arts Management EDUCATION
Early Learning and Development (ELD)
Education: PreK-4 (TAOC) Education Preparation - Secondary Level (grades 7-12) Upper Elementary - Middle Level Education (grades 4-8) LIBERAL ARTS & SCIENCES
Biological Sciences (TAOC) Communication (TAOC) Dance English (TAOC) Environmental Science (TAOC) Fine Arts (TAOC) History (TAOC) Humanities Liberal Studies Musical Theatre Natural Science Psychology (TAOC) Social Science Social Work (TAOC) Sports, Arts and Entertainment Management Theatre (TAOC) Teacher’s Certification in Yoga
Criminal Justice Criminal Justice – Transfer (TAOC) Homeland Security (certificate) Investigation and Protection (certificate) Police Technology (certificate and degree) TECHNOLOGIES
Building Trades Technology Cisco Networking (certificate) Computer Support Specialist (certificate) Cybersecurity Nanotechnology Specialization (certificate) Networking Pre-Engineering Process Technology Robotics and Intelligent Systems Server Virtualization (certificate) Visual Communications - Digital Media Design Visual Communications - Web Design (certificate and degree) Web Programming (certificate and degree) STEM Academy for High School Students
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SCHOOL OF NURSING AND ALLIED HEALTH #1 PRACTICAL NURSING PROGRAM IN PA S
1966 E & A L LI E D H
Students of CCBC’s School of Nursing and Allied Health enter a field of study that has demonstrated great progress, research, and technology in restoring, promoting, and maintaining human physical and mental well-being. Through application of knowledge and skills, graduates provide high quality and caring health care to individuals of all ages and in a variety of settings.
PROGRAMS OF STUDY Health Science Multi-skilled Health Technician (Nurse Aide, Phlebotomy, and Electrocardiography)
Nursing (Associate Degree Nursing) Practical Nursing Radiologic Technology
Health Academy for High School Students
WHOM WE SERVE ANNUALLY
We understand that your decision to return to college is a major one. You’re not alone – adult students are returning to school in larger numbers than ever. In fact, adults now account for more than 40% of students in higher education. We’re here to guide and support you to help you reach your goals and transform your life. THE CCBC ADVANTAGE • Low tuition costs • College credit for life experience • Help with the admission, financial aid, and registration processes • Classes that meet your schedule not ours (day, evening, hybrid, online) • Academic planning and career advising • Job search and resume writing assistance • Onsite bachelor’s degree completion with Franklin University SHARON ROSS • 2016 GRADUATE
After I retired from my last job of 25 years, I didn’t think I could do anything else. Now, I
graduated with honors in the medical field. I even surprised myself with how well I really did and I proved to myself that you can do anything you put your mind and heart to.
GRADUATES IN 2016
AVERAGE STUDENT AGE
ASHLEY MALINAK CURRENT STUDENT
The most important thing to know when starting out as a freshmen is to be yourself and don’t let anyone or anything hold you back. If you want to join a club, go for it. If you want to take a creative writing class but it doesn’t apply to your major, don’t let that stop
you. This is the best start to your future. Get all the experience you can.
CAMPUS LIFE Our campus is buzzing with activity at every moment. Whether you’re athletically, technologically, politically, or socially inclined, CCBC has something here for you.
Student Government Association Intramural Sports Clubs and Organizations NJCAA Athletics including men’s basketball, women’s volleyball and women’s softball
CONNECT ON CAMPUS
Learning Lab Public Library Tutor Center Barnes & Noble Bookstore Titan CafÃ© Gymnasium Student Lounge
Wireless Campus Blackboard My CCBC (my.ccbc.edu) Titan Talk Newsletter Emergency Notification System
Career Planning Counseling Supportive Services (Disabilities) Student Veterans Office GED Testing
facebook.com/CCBCedu twitter.com/CCBCedu youtube.com/CCBCeduPA instagram.com/ccbcedu ccbcedu.wordpress.com (Blog)
CHRISTIAN HYRB DUAL ENROLLMENT STUDENT THROUGH CCBC’S AVIATION ACADEMY
The Aviation Academy got me thinking about a career in flying. I’m getting the knowledge I need and experience in actually learning how to fly. The classes are so interesting, which makes it easier to learn. I go to CCBC excited about the
possibility of flying. The program is a must if you want to be in aviation.
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Did you know? You can get a head start and start earning college credits now! We offer several options for high school students, including Dual Enrollment, College in High School, and Aviation, Health and STEM Academies. Some Dual Enrollment students may even qualify for financial aid, including Pell Grants, which means you can earn college credits for little or no tuition costs. Visit www.ccbc.edu/HighSchool or contact your high school counselor to learn more.
PAYING FOR COLLEGE TUITION
Beaver County resident $153 per credit Pennsylvania resident, outside Beaver County
$306 per credit
Out-of-State resident $459 per credit FLAT-RATE TUITION FOR STUDENTS TAKING 12 TO 18 CREDIT HOURS *
Beaver County resident $2,295 Pennsylvania resident, outside Beaver County
Out-of-State resident $6,885 *Additional fees apply FINANCIAL AID Approximately 70% of CCBC students receive financial aid in the form of grants and loans. Apply for aid online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. AID FOR VETERANS CCBC is committed to assisting veterans, guard members, and reservists in receiving their military benefits, transitioning into college life, and supporting their academic success. Additionally, our Student Veterans Office provides supportive services to veterans, active duty military members, and their families. Visit ccbc.edu/veterans to learn more.
SCHOLARSHIPS We offer two full-tuition scholarships to the top students in each senior class of every school district in Beaver County. PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP The Presidential Academic Scholarship is awarded each year to students residing in Beaver County who have graduated from a Beaver County high school in the top 10% of their class. This full tuition scholarship covers tuition and fees for the fall and spring semesters and has second year renewal opportunity. ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP Each year CCBC awards Academic Excellence Scholarships to top Beaver County high school seniors who meet eligibility requirements. This full-tuition scholarship covers tuition and standard fees (excluding flight fees) for the fall and spring semesters and has second year renewal opportunity. For more information and to download an application, visit ccbc.edu/scholarships. ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIPS We offer athletic scholarships. For more information, contact our athletics department at 724.480.3362. CCBC FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS The CCBC Foundation holds a variety of scholarships both for programs and books, as well as endowed scholarships in trust from our generous donors. For more information, visit ccbc.edu/CCBCFoundationScholarships.
ACCEPTANCE GUARANTEE All applicants are accepted! CCBC has an open-door admissions policy, allowing any student with the desire and determination to pursue higher education to do so. Certain programs have specific admission requirements. Schedule an appointment with admissions to learn more about your program of interest. ENROLLING IS AN EASY, FOUR-STEP PROCESS:
Submit an admissions application. Apply free online at ccbc.edu/ApplyOnline. Work with your high school/college counselor to submit any that apply:
• Official high school transcript or GED scores, SAT and/or ACT scores
• Official college transcripts
• Transient students must submit an off-campus approval form when registering Mail transcripts to: CCBC Information and Registration Center, 1 Campus Drive, Monaca, PA 15061
Apply for financial aid. Complete the FAFSA online at fafsa.ed.gov. Our school code is 006807.
Determine college readiness. Visit ccbc.edu/placement.
Register for classes and pay tuition.
For more information and answers to your questions, or to schedule a campus visit, contact the Information and Registration Center at 724.480.3504 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.