Community College of Allegheny County is a community college in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area. With four campuses and four centers, the college offers associate's degrees, certificate and diploma programs.OverviewThe college opened Boyce Campus, in Monroeville, and Allegheny Campus, on Pittsburgh's North Side, in 1966. The following year, South Campus was opened; North Campus opened in 1972. The college also has centers, beyond the main campuses, that offer classes.CCAC offers more than 150 programs, as well as lifelong learning, community education, continuing education and workforce training courses. During the 2012-2013 academic year, it had more than 32,000 credit and 28,000 non-credit students. Through articulation agreements, students are guaranteed admission, and the recognition of courses, at a number of institutions offering four-year degrees.CCAC's academic programs lead to an associate degree, a certificate, or transfer to a four-year institution.There are four student-run newspapers: the Allegheny View, the Boyce Collegian, the South Forum and the North Voice.CCAC CampusesThe Community College of Allegheny County has a campus or center within ten miles of more than 95% of Allegheny County residents.Allegheny CampusIn Pittsburgh's Central Northside neighborhood and surrounded by Heinz Field, PNC Park, the Carnegie Science Center, and other notable landmarks, CCAC’s Allegheny Campus is the largest and only urban campus of the college.