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.
The College participated in National Voter Registration Day on Tuesday, Sept. 24 for a voting rights discussion and pep rally to prepare you for the next election. Barbara R.
On Sept. 17, 2019, Community College of Philadelphia welcomed our new mascot Roary to the Lions community. Welcome, Roary, to the Lions pride. Faculty, staff, students and alumni enjoyed entertainment, food and giveaways. Marc Farzetta, host of "Farzetta & Tra In The Morning” on 97.5, emceed the event. Franklin, the Sixers mascot and Villanova University's Will D. Cat, were there to welcome Roary to the mascot team. After Roary's debut, the party continued with the annual Black and Gold Bash. #CCPpride! We are the #CCPLions!
Scenes from Fall 2019 Professional Development Week, August 26-30, 2019.
The Girls' Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Camp gave 6-8th grade girls in the Philadelphia area the opportunity to learn about STEM transportation fields. Highlights included tours of the SEPTA bus garage and Girls Auto Clinic, a field trip to the Simeone Automotive Museum and Lori Johnson, from Ladies, Start Your Engines, spoke to the girls and helped them build their model car projects.
Prospective students, current students and the community were invited to check out what's new at Community College of Philadelphia on Thursday, August 1, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Faculty and staff were on hand in the Bonnell Circle to showcase what's new—and outstanding—at the College. Attendees were given "Pawsport" cards to get stamped at each table, helping them learn about new and updated programs available this fall, and guests kept cool with our favorite summer treats, exciting games and awesome prizes.
The 2019 Diagnostic Medical Imaging graduating class was recognized at the annual pinning ceremony on June 27. Thomas Coen, Class of 2020 and DMI student club president, recognized the achievements of the 14 graduates, and Angelique Morgan, class of 2019 graduate, was the class speaker.
Three outstanding Philadelphians were honored at the Community College of Philadelphia Black and Gold Gala on June 12: Julie Coker Graham, Malcolm Jenkins and Hayward Bell. Congratulations to our 2019 honorees! We had a wonderful evening of networking, live entertainment and dancing. Thanks to the generous support of our sponsors and event attendees, the Gala raised $309,760.
Classified and Confidential employees of Community College of Philadelphia enjoyed a circus-themed luncheon on May 16. The event included games, raffles, festive food and drink, and even a stilt walker. Dr. Generals presented employees with certificates, honoring them for their years of service.