Degree and Certificate Programs
For each program, you will find information on entry requirements, required and elective courses, potential career and/or transfer opportunities, expected learning outcomes and graduation requirements. You can access the listing of academic programs here. Academic advisors and counselors are available to help you learn more about programs that are aligned with your interests, work skills and personal goals.
Proper course selection begins with knowing what a course is about and how it will fit into your academic program. You can find the course descriptions here.
Keep up-to-date with the academic calendar, including registration and payment deadlines, semester start dates, final exams and more.
Transfer Opportunities and Specialized Offerings
The College's specialized programs include programs for high school students, transfer opportunities, study abroad, degree programs at the Regional Centers and shared programs with area colleges.
Student Support Services
Take advantage of the College's many student support services, including Academic Advising, the Assessment Center, the Career Services Center, the Center on Disability, the Center for Male Engagement, the Child Development Center, Counseling, the Library, Learning Labs, the Student Academic Computer Center, the Veterans Resource Center and the Women's Outreach and Advocacy Center.
Find everything you need to know about the admissions process here including applicant categories, part-time and full-time enrollment status, residency requirements, advanced placement, the placement test, prior learning assessment, veterans education benefits and more.
College Policies and Procedures
Learn about your responsibilities as a student, from registration procedures and attendance, grading and changing your student information to the College's policy on academic standards and progress, Commencement and more.
Community College of Philadelphia’s Catalog is published online annually. Information about courses and programs may be modified throughout the year. Students should always consult with an academic advisor or counselor to ensure that the most current information is available when making academic decisions.