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I came to CCP [Community College of Philadelphia] in the spring of 2014 after I received my GED. I am an immigrant student so I was very happy to find CCP. I am originally from Bangladesh.

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Latest News and Updates

February 22, 2019

In order to make up the time lost due to the snow emergency closing of the College on February 20, 2019, classes in the Spring 2019 15A and 10A terms that were canceled on Wednesday, February 20, 2019, will make up the instructional time on Wednesday, April 24, 2019, one of the designated Emergency Closing make-up days.  Make-up classes will meet at their regular class times and in their regular assigned classrooms.  Students taking classes in the 7A term should talk to their instructors.  

If you have any additional questions, please speak with your instructor.

Thank you.
Dr. Samuel Hirsch
Vice President for Academic and Student Success

February 11, 2019

CareerLink opened its new Job Resource Hub at the Northeast Regional Center on Feb. 8. H. Patrick Clancy, the president and CEO of Philadelphia Works, and Daniel Rivera, the site administrator for the Job Resource Hub, joined members of the College community at the ribbon cutting ceremony. The hub will offer specific services to meet the needs of job-seeking residents while also providing recruiting assistance for employers.

 

February 6, 2019

Dr. Generals kicked off the first Fireside Chat of the year in recognition of African American History Month. He read excerpts from The Cross of Redemption, by James Baldwin, and Between the World and Me, by Ta-Nehisi Coates. Students and staff followed with a conversation about current challenges and solutions.

January 18, 2019

Single StopAttorneys and experienced advocates offer free legal consultations for students in the following issues:

  • Record expungement and employment issues (9 to 12 pm):
     
    2/6, 3/13, 4/3 & 5/15.
  • Public benefits denials and appeals (9 to 12 pm)
    1/23, 2/13, 3/20, 4/10 & 5/22. 
  • Issues with housing (9 to 12 pm)
    1/30, 2/20, 3/27, 4/17 & 5/29. 
  • Immigration questions (2:30 to 5 pm): 
    1/23, 2/20. 3/20, 4/17 & 5/15.
January 14, 2019

Spring 2019 Professional Development Week was held Jan. 7-11. A major focus of the week was poverty in Philadelphia, its impact on the city and College, and ideas for dealing with this important issue. Other activities included a luncheon with entertainment by artists from our new record label, Spring Garden Records; four designated Diversity Certificate sessions, Assessment Tuesday, and  Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse: Mandated and Permissive Reporting in Pennsylvania training offered on Wednesday and Thursday.

December 20, 2018
Review the Spring 2019 Service Center hours for Main Campus and Regional Centers.
December 13, 2018

Laughter and enjoyment filled the air at the annual holiday brunch on December 11 in the Great Hall. Faculty and staff enjoyed brunch, dancing to the tunes of DJ Ricochet, games and prizes. The Collge's 20-, 30-, 40- and 50-year employees were also recognized at the event.

December 3, 2018

The College launched the Fall 2018 issue of Pathways Magazine on December 3 at the Pathways Magazine Breakfast and panel discussion in the Klein Cube. This issue focuses on our health care graduates and the role they fill in taking care of residents, and how our relationships with alumni, employers and health care facilities strengthen educational endeavors and serve residents in need. Dr. Mary Anne Celenza, dean of the Division of Math, Science and Health careers, served as the moderator. Panelists included Dan Larmour, a 2010 Nursing graduate who provides individuals and families with end-of-life care through Holisticare Hospice; Jennifer Myers, a Jack Kent Cook scholarship recipient and 2017 graduate of the Diagnostic Medical Imaging program, who is a radiologic technologist at Mercy Philadelphia Hospital; and Laureen Tovolaro-Ryley, associate professor of Nursing and Independence Foundation Chair in Nursing at the College.

December 3, 2018

The College launched the Fall 2018 issue of Pathways Magazine on December 3 at the Pathways Magazine Breakfast and panel discussion in the Klein Cube. This issue focuses on our health care graduates and the role they fill in taking care of residents, and how our relationships with alumni, employers and health care facilities strengthen educational endeavors and serve residents in need. Dr. Mary Anne Celenza, dean of the Division of Math, Science and Health careers, served as the moderator. Panelists included Dan Larmour, a 2010 Nursing graduate who provides individuals and families with end-of-life care through Holisticare Hospice; Jennifer Myers, a Jack Kent Cook scholarship recipient and 2017 graduate of the Diagnostic Medical Imaging program, who is a radiologic technologist at Mercy Philadelphia Hospital; and Laureen Tovolaro-Ryley, associate professor of Nursing and Independence Foundation Chair in Nursing at the College.

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February 25, 2019 to March 1, 2019

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Please join us in congratulating our players and coaches on earning the following season-ending awards and accomplishments!

2018-2019 Women’s Basketball DIII All Conference Team Selections:
• Cassandra Colon
• Kyriah Beckham
• Andrea Bowleg https://t.co/e1G1hybSWP

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Students, faculty and staff! Don't forget to join us in supporting our men’s & women’s basketball teams in upcoming playoff action!

Both teams will compete in the @NJCAARegionXIX DIII playoffs tomorrow, Saturday, February 23! https://t.co/4ZEVwFKbbe

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I am an immigrant student so I was very happy to find CCP. I am originally from Bangladesh... I have no complaints about CCP; I am very satisfied. I see CCP as a second home.

Nulifer is #PPLofCCP! Read her inspiring story here: https://t.co/smvq2zeHBG! https://t.co/5I6sGLBPYJ

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1 day 6 hours ago

Students, file your FAFSA EARLY to maximize your financial aid!

The Office of Financial Aid is excited to introduce early financial aid packaging for the 2019-2020 academic year... https://t.co/W5nAHZsBxM

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1 day 7 hours ago

RT @NJCAARegionXIX: Women's Basketball: EPAC Tournament MVP
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1 day 22 hours ago

RT @CCPIntl: Students, mark your calendars ✏️ https://t.co/x0UaUI0lAc

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2 days 26 min ago

Join us in supporting our women's and men's basketball teams in upcoming playoff action; both teams will compete in the @NJCAARegionXIX III playoffs this Saturday, February 23! https://t.co/nVdXbBkV8c

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2 days 2 hours ago

In order to make up the time lost due to the snow emergency closing of the College on Feb. 20, classes in the spring 2019 15A and 10A terms canceled on Wednesday, Feb. 20 will make up the instructional time on Wednesday, April 24th.

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2 days 4 hours ago

It's about that time! Students, faculty and staff, please join us for the Season 5 Finale of @CCPTV53's @EmmyMidAtlantic Nominated spoken word poetry competition, Drop the Mic! https://t.co/sTFomNSnEm

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2 days 5 hours ago

The increased complexity of the modern automobile has created a demand for highly skilled, technologically advanced automotive professionals.

#DYK the College offers an Auto Tech program that prepares students to work as mechanics and safety inspectors: https://t.co/iS00xmRWqO? https://t.co/f0EuVtDlGu

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Join us for the 20th Anniversary of Law and Society Week, Presented by the Fox Rothschild Center for Law and Society kicking off next Monday, February 25th!

#DYK Many events qualify for continuing legal education (CLE) credits! For more info, see here: https://t.co/JrbKyMXcMO! https://t.co/72g4RbNYow

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2 days 22 hours ago

A big shout-out to our Facilities Department who woke up early this morning voluntarily to support the snow removal efforts. ❄️

Thanks to the Department, we’ll have a safe campus for our students, faculty and staff tomorrow! https://t.co/rt99Coub13

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2 days 23 hours ago

RT @gtcnn: “I wanted to make the best out of every class. I want to be successful, to do everything right, to be a role model for people wh…

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3 days 7 hours ago

RT @Saxbys: Help us pack the pantry at @CCPedu to address food insecurity on campus! Donate non-perishables & toiletry items at a participa…

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3 days 19 hours ago

Because of the likelihood of severe weather, Community College campuses will be closed. Classes and all campus activities are canceled tomorrow, Wednesday, Feb. 20. The college will reopen for business on Thursday, February 21 at 7 am.

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Students, this is VERY important https://t.co/hgI34fhzlX

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RT @TauhidChappell: Just because you drop out of school doesn't mean you can't finish & succeed.

Kishon Carter's journey through @CCPedu's…

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RT @nationalbook: A wonderful discussion and signing this afternoon with #NBAwards authors Adam Haslett and Nafissa Thompson-Spires! Thanks…

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4 days 3 hours ago

Hey, Students! We hope you clobber your midterms like @fcoxx_91 clobbers quarterbacks

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