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.
Dr. Generals and Dr. Kenneth Hawkinson, president of Kutztown University, signed a ceremonial dual admissions agreement to help put Community College of Philadelphia students on a path to a four-year degree.
President Dr. Generals shares his thoughts with students, faculty, and staff on Latina/o Heritage and current events. He and the audience have a lively discussion about history, art, and politics.
Community College of Philadelphia and the Radner Property Group, LLC held a demolition party to celebrate the beginning of construction on the Hamilton, a mixed-use development that will feature market-rate apartments and retail space.
This property unites the College and residents to the surrounding neighborhood and resources. Completion of the project is scheduled for August 2018.
Students, staff and faculty gathered in Bonnell Courtyard to commemorate 9/11 and local lives lost as a result. Stephen Bachovin, Coordinator of the Veterans Resource Center, spoke as well as Dr. Generals.
Free Ice Cream and Water Ice are just a couple of the fun events welcoming students to Community College of Philadelphia this week.
Some highlights from Professional Development Week Opening Breakfast, Trivia Lunch, and Faculty Teaching Slam.
Students, staff and faculty gathered in Bonnell Courtyard on Monday, August 21, to view the Solar Eclipse. The College provided solar eclipse glasses that were shared among the crowd, and members of the College community shared eclipse viewers homemade from boxes.
Wills for Heroes
Local lawyers and Community College of Philadelphia paralegal students volunteered to create wills for veterans, law enforcement, firefighters and EMTs. The College collaborated with the Pennsylvania Bar Association, Comcast, and law firm Ballard Spahr to provide this important service.
Deliberative Democracy Symposium
The Deliberative Democracy Symposium brought citizens, experts, and politicians together to learn how to solve civic issues through discourse and inclusion.
The Pathways Magazine breakfast event celebrated the publication of the Spring 2017 edition of the College's own Pathways Magazine, which featured Drexel University President John Fry, as well as Dual Admissions student success stories. After breakfast, President Fry joined President Dr. Generals in signing a dual admissions agreement between the Community College of Philadelphia and Drexel University.