Photography and Event Gallery
View select photographs from various events and activities at the College. Galleries will be added throughout the year, so check back often to see the latest images.
Alpha Eta is the national honor society for allied health professionals, including students, alumni and faculty. The society promotes scholarship and fellowship among its members, and recognizes those allied health professionals who have excelled in their field.
Community College of Philadelphia hosted the second annual TRIO Upward Bound basketball tournament. TRIO Upward Bound is a federally funded program that aims to increase college enrollment and graduation rates for high school students from low-income households from homes where neither parent has earned a bachelor's degree, or for students at a high academic risk of failure.
Colleagues gathered in the Klein Cube on March 29 to celebrate the retirement of Charlie Holley. Mr. Holley has been with the College for more than 35 years. He started as a part-time worker when the College was located on 11th Street and was hired full time by Dr. Bonnell in January of 1983.
The College's 19th annual Law and Society Week was held Feb. 26 to March 2, 2018. The week included panels, presentations and discussions on the most current topics in the legal, criminal justice and related fields. Topics ranged from immigration in Philadelphia today to ending gerrymandering and a conversation with Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner. The week also included a social science, justice and paralegal career fair. Throughout the week, participants were encouraged to bring new or gently used professional attire to a clothing drive to benefit Career Wardrobe.
Students, faculty and staff joined together in the Bonnell Lobby on Thursday, Feb. 1 and Friday, Feb. 2 to show their love for the Eagles. Fans donned their Eagles gear to show their support, and the Office of Student Life treated everyone to doughnuts, pretzels, coffee and hot chocolate. On Friday morning, an excited crowd gathered together to sing the Eagles Fight Song, which was captured on video.
E-A-G-L-E-S! EAGLES! #FLYEAGLESFLY
A diverse community of friends gathered on Monday, January 29, 2018, for an "Afternoon in Paris" to celebrate the career of Lynette Brown-Sow at Community College of Philadelphia. A long and distinguished lineup of speakers shared what they love, appreciate and admire most about Lynette. Speakers included Dr. Generals; Mayor Kenney; the Honorable Edward G. Rendell; City Council President Darrell L.
Faculty and staff gathered on the morning of January 8 to kickoff the spring 2018 semester with Professional Development Week. The opening session was followed by a student panel moderated by Dr. Aubria Philips, where the diverse group of students generously shared their experiences at the College and in their personal lives.
Faculty and staff attended a holiday brunch to celebrate the College's 20, 30, 40 and 50-year employees, and to close out 2017 with some fun.
Willie Johnson and H. Patrick Clancy, two workforce development experts and the subjects of Pathways Magazine's cover story, attend the Pathways Magazine Breakfast where the magazine and its cover are revealed. The two spoke about workforce development in the city of Philadelphia, past and present.
Community College of Philadelphia officials attended a celebration that encompassed a dual admissions signing agreement with Harrisburg University, as well as a ribbon cutting ceremony for the grand opening of a new Philadelphia facility that Harrisburg University and Hussian College will share.
The new facility is mere steps away from Community College of Philadelphia's Main Campus. Community College of Philadelphia students who want to complete a four-year degree at Harrisburg University will only have to commute from 1700 to 1500 Spring Garden Street.