Spring Schedule and Vaccination Update

Community College of Philadelphia will be operating remotely through February 14 with a limited number of classes meeting in person. Due to City of Philadelphia mandates, all students, faculty and staff must be fully vaccinated. To register for in-person or hybrid spring 2022 classes, students need to be fully vaccinated or have an approved exemption. Students who are not vaccinated or do not have an approved exemption are able to register for fully online courses. Please see our College COVID-19 Updates for more information and visit our Virtual Student Resource Center for support.

Women’s Outreach and Advocacy Center

Public health concerns around COVID-19 are surmounting and creating understandable anxieties. We want you to know that the Women’s Outreach and Advocacy Center is ready and available to support you. The Women’s Outreach and Advocacy Center offers a variety of services that include advocacycrisis intervention, referral (e.g., homelessness, domestic violence), consultation, and support group development.

Virtual and On-campus Office Hours

Monday, Wednesday and Friday:  8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Tuesday and Thursday: 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Due to rising Covid cases in Philadelphia and throughout the region, the Women's Outreach and Advocacy Center will operate on a fully remote schedule through February 14. On-campus visits are available by appointment only. To request an appointment (virtual or in-person), email womencenter@ccp.edu or call 267-585-2314. For virtual appointments, a Zoom video conference link will be sent to you within 24 hours of your request for an individual and or group appointment.

Join us on Facebook and stay up to date on communications from the Women’s Center, fellow classmates and our friends. You may also visit our website for additional information and a list of resources.

Visit us on the Pride Portal to learn more.

Student Resources

Do you need funds for child care?

If so, check out the Community College of Philadelphia child care grant program, Child Care Access Means Parents in School (CCAMPIS). The program is designed to help low-income male and female student-parents pay for childcare. The grant is available for students who are Pell-eligible, in good academic standing according to the College catalog, enrolled in at least six credits (nursing students, three or six credits), and attending classes during the time that child care is rendered. Children of student-parents must enroll/or be enrolled in an accredited daycare center such as Keystone Stars. For an application, please email or submit the application through the Pride Portal. After your application is approved, we will schedule a virtual interview and CCAMPIS Orientation. 

Contact us

Women’s Outreach and Advocacy Center full-time staff ready to serve you.

Kelly Lake
Interim Director, Women’s Outreach and Advocacy Center 
- 267-585-2314 

Christian Bailey, Recruitment Specialist 
– 215-751-8808