Community College of Beaver County News
Browse past news stories for Community College of Beaver County in Monaca, PA.
- ACC officially cancels spring sports season
This decision involves Westmoreland County Community College, Butler County Community College, Community College of Allegheny County — ...
- Clean Slate Program At Community College Of Beaver Co. Helps People Get Fresh Starts
That’s where Turning Point, a resource fair at the Community College of Beaver County, comes into play. The scene Monday was ...
- AARP Smart Driver Course: Community College Of Beaver County
The AARP Smart Driver Course, offered by AARP Driver Safety, is the nation's largest classroom and online driver safety course ...
- Variety of students attend culinary arts program at the Community College of Beaver County - Timesonline.com
There's one word to describe students who attend the culinary arts program at the Community College of Beaver County: Varied. â€œWe have students who've never step ...
- Community College of Beaver County appoints high school academy dean - Timesonline.com
CENTER TWP. -- The Community College of Beaver County has appointed Col. Bill Pinter as its first dean of High School Academies and Dual Enrollment. Thank you for reading ...
- Community College of Beaver County Receives International Creative Awards - EllwoodCity.org
Monaca â€“ Community College of Beaver County's marketing department is the recent recipient of three Hermes Creative Awards, an international competition for creative profes ...
- Community College of Beaver County significantly increases Southpointe offerings - Pittsburgh Business Times (blog)
In January, the Community College of Beaver County will significantly increase the number of courses the school offers at its Southpointe campus. With the addition of 46 new credit courses and a ...
To accommodate students' schedules, along with growing enrollment rates, community colleges are offering classes in the late evening. Learn more about why you may be taking midnight classes at a campus near you.
An interesting case arose this week over a community college student in North Carolina that posted a rant about a new campus policy on his Facebook page. The student was suspended for two semesters, but quickly reinstated amid a flurry of protests over his free speech rights.
We examine the advantages and disadvantages of using online classes to earn your two-year degree.