Guided Pathways: A Vision for the Future
Guided Pathways elevates the College's focus on student outcomes by providing a clear path to academic and institutional success.
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Faculty and staff gathered in the Great Hall on Wednesday, Dec. 14 for the annual Holiday Hangout. During the celebration, we recognized those employees who have diligently served the College for 5, 10, 15, 20, 30 and 40 years, as well as our adjunct faculty who have achieved 64 seniority units. A big congratulations to our "shining stars" honored for their outstanding and distinguished years of service to our College.
The College community gathered on Main Campus on Nov. 17 for its annual Thanksforgiving celebration. During this free luncheon, Dr. Generals, members of the College's cabinet and Lion Leaders served students, faculty and staff roasted turkey, gravy, macaroni and cheese, yams, greens, desserts, and more.
Looking for a place to get creative and connect?
Do you have creative and innovative ideas that would contribute to increasing student success? Do you need funds to implement your ideas? Under Title III, the Academic Pathways Mini-Grant is available to support faculty, staff, and administrators in implementing their creative ideas to expand the Guided Pathways work across the College. Up to $5,000 is available for, but is not limited to, student development projects, academic research, conferences, initiatives and/or workshops.
Proposed projects must take place within the 2022-2023 academic year, involve the academic pathways, and support the Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion and Student Experience strategic pillars. Submit your application by clicking HERE.
For more information, please contact Dr. Woosly Calixte at email@example.com.
Community College of Philadelphia welcomed students back to campus with a series of Welcome Week events, held Sept. 6-8. Faculty, staff and student Lion Leaders were out in force to help students on their first days of classes, and we kicked off the school year with a big outside bash. The bash welcomed students with snacks and summertime treats, games with prizes, CCP giveaways, music, and carnival activities.
Community College of Philadelphia paid tribute to those who lost their lives on 9/11, including members of the Philadelphia community. The College's annual remembrance of 9/11 was held on Friday, Sept. 9, 2022, at the Bonnell Circle. Members of the College community gathered to share a moment of silence and help ensure that 9/11 is a day that is never forgotten.
Saxbys, a new student-run cafe on Main Campus, opened on Main Campus on September 7. This new partnership will allow College students to gain valuable leadership and work experience while earning pay and academic credits. During the grand opening event, attendees had the chance to meet the two inaugural Student Cafe Executive Officers (SCEOs), Imira Roussaw and Nysair Brooks, in addition to ordering from Saxbys’ classic drinks, new line of energy drinks, and limited-edition grilled cheese sandwiches: the "Cheesesteak Wit" and "Old Bay Tot.” Both the College and Saxbys are committed to empowering students to take charge of their futures through the development of social, managerial, and leadership skills necessary to succeed in modern business environments.
Take a look back at some of the events that happened at Community College of Philadelphia in summer 2022. We unveiled the College's newly remodeled and upgraded music studio (with a guest appearance from Dr. Generals on the drums), celebrated our 2022 Gateway to College graduates, welcomed faculty and staff back to the College with an employee picnic, celebrated the retirement of longstanding members of the College community, tended to Grady's Garden and hosted admission events to help applicants complete the steps to enrollment.