Community College of Philadelphia Is Closed Wednesday, February 20, 2019 Due to Inclement Weather

For the safety of students and staff, the Main Campus and the Northeast, Northwest and West Regional Centers will close on Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019. The College will reopen on Thursday, February 21 at 7 a.m. 

To get the latest weather updates, check your College email or refer to the College websites ccp.edu and myccp.online. You can also check CBS 3, NBC 10, 6ABC and Fox 29 for school closings, or follow the College’s Facebook and Twitter accounts.

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Latest News and Updates

February 11, 2019

CareerLink opened its new Job Resource Hub at the Northeast Regional Center on Feb. 8. H. Patrick Clancy, the president and CEO of Philadelphia Works, and Daniel Rivera, the site administrator for the Job Resource Hub, joined members of the College community at the ribbon cutting ceremony. The hub will offer specific services to meet the needs of job-seeking residents while also providing recruiting assistance for employers.

 

February 6, 2019

Dr. Generals kicked off the first Fireside Chat of the year in recognition of African American History Month. He read excerpts from The Cross of Redemption, by James Baldwin, and Between the World and Me, by Ta-Nehisi Coates. Students and staff followed with a conversation about current challenges and solutions.

January 18, 2019

Single StopAttorneys and experienced advocates offer free legal consultations for students in the following issues:

  • Record expungement and employment issues (9 to 12 pm):
     
    2/6, 3/13, 4/3 & 5/15.
  • Public benefits denials and appeals (9 to 12 pm)
    1/23, 2/13, 3/20, 4/10 & 5/22. 
  • Issues with housing (9 to 12 pm)
    1/30, 2/20, 3/27, 4/17 & 5/29. 
  • Immigration questions (2:30 to 5 pm): 
    1/23, 2/20. 3/20, 4/17 & 5/15.
January 14, 2019

Spring 2019 Professional Development Week was held Jan. 7-11. A major focus of the week was poverty in Philadelphia, its impact on the city and College, and ideas for dealing with this important issue. Other activities included a luncheon with entertainment by artists from our new record label, Spring Garden Records; four designated Diversity Certificate sessions, Assessment Tuesday, and  Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse: Mandated and Permissive Reporting in Pennsylvania training offered on Wednesday and Thursday.

December 20, 2018
Review the Spring 2019 Service Center hours for Main Campus and Regional Centers.
December 13, 2018

Laughter and enjoyment filled the air at the annual holiday brunch on December 11 in the Great Hall. Faculty and staff enjoyed brunch, dancing to the tunes of DJ Ricochet, games and prizes. The Collge's 20-, 30-, 40- and 50-year employees were also recognized at the event.

December 3, 2018

The College launched the Fall 2018 issue of Pathways Magazine on December 3 at the Pathways Magazine Breakfast and panel discussion in the Klein Cube. This issue focuses on our health care graduates and the role they fill in taking care of residents, and how our relationships with alumni, employers and health care facilities strengthen educational endeavors and serve residents in need. Dr. Mary Anne Celenza, dean of the Division of Math, Science and Health careers, served as the moderator. Panelists included Dan Larmour, a 2010 Nursing graduate who provides individuals and families with end-of-life care through Holisticare Hospice; Jennifer Myers, a Jack Kent Cook scholarship recipient and 2017 graduate of the Diagnostic Medical Imaging program, who is a radiologic technologist at Mercy Philadelphia Hospital; and Laureen Tovolaro-Ryley, associate professor of Nursing and Independence Foundation Chair in Nursing at the College.

December 3, 2018

The College launched the Fall 2018 issue of Pathways Magazine on December 3 at the Pathways Magazine Breakfast and panel discussion in the Klein Cube. This issue focuses on our health care graduates and the role they fill in taking care of residents, and how our relationships with alumni, employers and health care facilities strengthen educational endeavors and serve residents in need. Dr. Mary Anne Celenza, dean of the Division of Math, Science and Health careers, served as the moderator. Panelists included Dan Larmour, a 2010 Nursing graduate who provides individuals and families with end-of-life care through Holisticare Hospice; Jennifer Myers, a Jack Kent Cook scholarship recipient and 2017 graduate of the Diagnostic Medical Imaging program, who is a radiologic technologist at Mercy Philadelphia Hospital; and Laureen Tovolaro-Ryley, associate professor of Nursing and Independence Foundation Chair in Nursing at the College.

Upcoming Events

February 19, 2019

February 20, 2019

What is Happening?

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Because of the likelihood of severe weather, Community College campuses will be closed. Classes and all campus activities are canceled tomorrow, Wednesday, Feb. 20. The college will reopen for business on Thursday, February 21 at 7 am.

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6 hours 10 min ago

Students, this is VERY important https://t.co/hgI34fhzlX

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6 hours 56 min ago

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7 hours 34 min ago

RT @TauhidChappell: Just because you drop out of school doesn't mean you can't finish & succeed.

Kishon Carter's journey through @CCPedu's…

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7 hours 35 min ago

RT @nationalbook: A wonderful discussion and signing this afternoon with #NBAwards authors Adam Haslett and Nafissa Thompson-Spires! Thanks…

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9 hours 26 min ago

Hey, Students! We hope you clobber your midterms like @fcoxx_91 clobbers quarterbacks

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10 hours 41 min ago

#Facts https://t.co/BKRiecEwDM

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11 hours 7 min ago

RT @nationalbook: This afternoon in Philadelphia! Don't miss these #NBAwards authors in conversation at @CCPedu! https://t.co/yiz3l0Ajuj

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11 hours 17 min ago

Join us next Monday for the start of Law and Society Week! We will have panels, presentations and discussions on the most current topics in the legal, criminal justice, and related fields.

To see a schedule of events, please see here: https://t.co/JrbKyMXcMO. https://t.co/Kszjuad023

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12 hours 12 min ago

Via @phillydotcom "Here was his path, and he was not going to let anything get in his way. He made it through Gateway boot camp, passing all the tests..."

Kishon Carter found success through our Gateway to College Program and you can too!
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12 hours 18 min ago

RT @ShopsAtPenn: Committed to doing more for others in 2019? Help @Saxbys pack the pantry at @CCPedu by donating non-perishables and toilet…

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1 day 6 hours ago

#DYK we have a Sound Recording & Music Technology track here at CCP?

In this program, you'll learn to use sophisticated equipment, work w/ professional software, create music for multimedia & film, use a mixing board and so much more: https://t.co/ZHJIHHKIyk! https://t.co/4VWUqi9LFU

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1 day 7 hours ago

RT @GuyGenerals: We are all so very proud of our EPAC Champions @CCPedu Congratulations for a great season https://t.co/3krxJT9PGa

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1 day 10 hours ago

The College's women's basketball team captured the inaugural EPAC Women's Basketball Tournament Championship, beating @LuzerneCC, 69-45, in the title game on Sunday at the Athletic Center!

Way to go, Lions! https://t.co/vK8xew9nWA

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1 day 13 hours ago

RT @PeirceCollege: Hey @CCPedu, @camdenCC, & @Bucks_edu students, keep an eye out for Tom Tschop, Peirce's Director of Strategic Partnershi…

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2 days 3 hours ago

RT @DrJudithGay: Congrats to Kyirah Beckham, MVP for the historic win of the ⁦@CCPedu⁩ women’s basketball team in the inaugural EPAC tourna…

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2 days 8 hours ago

YES!! We’re incredibly proud of our Women’s Basketball team

The drive, the passion, and the commitment you all put in this season was https://t.co/0drMGSc1Io

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3 days 5 hours ago

A big shout-out to our Women’s Basketball Team for winning tonight!!

We’ll be rooting for @TheCCPAthletics tomorrow https://t.co/c2u4L1Sf1k

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4 days 1 hour ago

RT @TheCCPAthletics: Good Luck to our Women's Basketball team in the Inaugural EPAC tournament!!

Let’s Go CCP!!!
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4 days 7 hours ago

RT @nationalbook: In addition to events in Idaho next week, #NBAwards authors will be heading to Philadelphia for an event with @CCPedu! On…

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4 days 15 hours ago

#FBF Last week, CCP Alumna and past President of the International Student Association, Maryum Yusuf, sat down with @CBSPhilly to speak about her 26 hour journey back to Nigeria to distribute 100 backpacks and school supplies!

Our students, past and current, are awesome! https://t.co/NnTKLHTxet

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RT @DrJudithGay: 3 Cheers To College Student Who Distributes School Supplies In Nigeria https://t.co/vUyRcSawwl

Very moving story about @c

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5 days 11 hours ago

RT @michael_soileau: @CCPedu is a philly treasure. Great to have an enthusiastic group to engage https://t.co/seFLs2tlQa

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5 days 23 hours ago

NICE!!! Great job, Lions https://t.co/yrFouuHU4J

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6 days 9 hours ago

At @CCPedu today filming an alumni success story for @NBCPhiladelphia, @tracydavidson poses with her #1 fan! Stay tuned for the story... https://t.co/AtCRBkWdsG