All Summer and Fall classes will be held online, and all admissions and student support services are available remotely. Visit the Virtual Student Resource Center to access the assistance that you need.
Step up, save our children, empower our communities and hold our leaders accountable. Environmental justice calls for equal access to a healthy environment for all. Become a changemaker to promote environmental hazard awareness and improve our neighborhoods.
Join us for a conversation, hosted by Dr. Generals, to examine new ideas and solutions that address inequalities within urban communities. Education and training must be part of the solution for change, and we as individuals must band together and commit to act.
Maurice Sampson, Eastern Pennsylvania director, Clean Water Action
Saleem Chapman, Deputy director and chief Resilience officer, Office of Sustainability, City of...
Feeling confused about the voting process? Help break down the barriers to voting. Join the Fox Rothschild Center for Law and Society and #CCPVOTES for an engaging discussion with the nonpartisan Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) on the voting process, so that your mind is eased and your vote counts.
Join us for a Zoom event designed for students who are interested in transferring to Community College of Philadelphia from another college or university. We’ll also talk about our Transfer Dual Admissions Agreements with area colleges and universities when you’re ready to leave CCP to attend a four-year college. During the presentation you will be able to ask questions by typing them into the Q&A section of the Zoom.
Tuesday, October 20, 2020, 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. RSVP Here no later than October 19
Join us for a panel discussion featuring guest speakers from eight different countries, including ambassadors and academics from Mexico, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, China, Ukraine, India and Iran. Through these panel discussions, we will be opening our students and faculty to international perspectives on the upcoming presidential election. This event is being hosted in partnership with the Center for International Understanding, Drexel University and the University of Pennsylvania.
9:30 a.m. | Global Perspectives from Mexico, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan
His Excellency Mohammad Moheq, Author and Researcher, Ambassador of Afghanistan to Egypt
Dr. Jessica Lillian De Alba Ulloa, Professor, School of Global Studies, Universidad Anáhuac Méxic
Dr. Khalaf Alharbi, Assistant Professor of English, Qassim University
Dr. Ishtiaq Ahmed, Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Stockholm University
Moderated by David Prejsnar, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies
10:30 a.m. | Global Perspectives from China, Ukraine, India and Iran
Dr. Pushkar Sohoni, Associate Professor and Chair, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Pune
Mr. Guo Xiao, Chief Editor, All History App
Ms. Svitlana Maslianko, English Teacher, English Language Studio
Mr. Arash Azizi, Ph.D. Candidate in History, New York University
Moderated by Dr. Muhammad Khan, Director, Center for International Understanding
Help us mark the 100 Year Anniversary of the 19th Amendment. This event is designed to raise awareness among our student population of the value of the vote, the importance of not only making our voices heard, but also turning our voices into votes that will lead to victory. Moderated by Dr. Curry, Speakers include CCP Faculty, Philadelphia Now, & League of Women Voters. Hosted by the Women's Outreach and Advocacy Center.
Everything we use today, your phone, your clothes, even your toothbrush, goes through the merchandising product cycle, which develops how it’s made, product aesthetics, packaging, logistics all the way to how and where it is ultimately sold. Join us for a conversation about the Fashion Merchandising and Marketing program at Community College of Philadelphia. We’ll cover core curriculum and career options in a variety of industries that can spring from this program such as: Retail Management and Buying, Fashion Product Promotion, Merchandising Technologies, Marketing, Fashion Promotion and Special Events, Social Media Marketing, Omni-channel Retail, and many more. You must RSVP by the deadline to attend. The Zoom link and meeting ID will...
Hear directly from the faculty about this program that offers Afrocentric courses, critical race theory framework, insight into resistance movements and a focus on social justice. This program provides a strong foundation for transfer and future employment within local and global black communities. Hear about the service-learning project or a study abroad option to an African location. Black Studies is designed to enhance your critical thinking, leadership and communication skills, all in-demand skills for any career area.
Thursday, October 22, 2020, 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. RSVP Here no later than October 21
Join us to learn how you can start or finish your degree or certificate at Community College of Philadelphia. A college education can help you enter the workforce, qualify you for more job opportunities, enable you to change careers and lead to a bachelor’s degree. Learn about certificate and degree programs that prepare you for in-demand careers and further education, and how you can transfer previously earned college credits or earn credits for your experience.
Tuesday, October 27, 2020, 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. RSVP Here no later than October 26
Join us as we provide prospective dual enrollment students with information about our Advance at College and summer Advanced College Experience (ACE) programs. Prospective students, parents, counselors and community leaders are encouraged to attend. Learn more about our programs for high school students as well as Early Scholars, our new funding opportunity allowing eligible dual enrollment students to earn college credits for free.
Benefits of Community College of Philadelphia’s Pre-College High School Programs: • Earn college credit while still in high school (possibly free of charge!) • Explore academic and career paths • An early path to a college degree • Enroll in the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters
Join us for a Zoom presentation with Q&A on the Octavius Catto Scholarship. Octavius Valentine Catto was an American educator, intellectual, and civil rights activist in Philadelphia. Mayor Jim Kenney proposed an important new anti-poverty initiative designed to put more Philadelphians on the path to success at Community College of Philadelphia. The program, named the Octavius Catto Scholarship, aims to make the transformative power of education available to students by providing funding and additional supports. Learn about eligibility requirements, supports for students, and the application process. You must RSVP to attend this Zoom presentation.
Thursday, October 29, 2020, 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. RSVP Here no later than October...