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September 15, 2020

When the College made the decision this past spring to operate remotely for the fall 2020 semester, we did so with the health and safety of our College community in mind. What was originally intended to be a short closure of our campus in March 2020 soon extended throughout the spring and into the fall. Today, COVID-19 persists, and as we head throughout fall and into winter, there still remains a high risk of community transmission of the virus in Philadelphia.

As a result, in order to ensure the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff, Community College of Philadelphia will continue to offer coursework primarily online in the spring 2021 semester.

August 31, 2020

The health and safety of Community College of Philadelphia students, faculty, staff and alumni remain our highest priorities. As a result, we are devastated to learn of the recent assault against Kendall Stephens, a distinguished alumna and Black woman of trans experience who commits her life to advocating for marginalized communities. Though Pennsylvania law still does not extend hate crime protections to LGBTQ+ individuals, the attack against Kendall seems to have been just thata hate crime. 

July 1, 2020

Enrollment in the College’s new Tuition Payment Plan for Fall 2020 will be available ONLINE via the MyCCP portal beginning July 7, 2020. Enhancements include more payment options, financial aid and company billing included when calculating the payment schedule and the option to enroll in automatic payments.  Students interested in enrolling can log onto MyCCP and select the Enroll in a/View Your Payment Plan link under the Financial Services channel.  For more information about the Fall 2020 Tuition Payment Plan, select the Fall 2020 Payment Plan Information link under the Financial Services Channel.

April 9, 2020

Enrollment in the College’s new Tuition Payment Plan for Summer 2020 will be available ONLINE via the MyCCP portal beginning April 6, 2020. Enhancements include more payment options, financial aid and company billing included when calculating the payment schedule and the option to enroll in automatic payments.  Students interested in enrolling can log onto MyCCP and select the Enroll in a/View Your Payment Plan link under the Financial Services channel.  For more information about the Summer 2020 Tuition Payment Plan, select the Summer 2020 Payment Plan Information link under the Financial Services Channel.

If you have any Tuition Payment Plan questions, view the Frequently Asked Questions or contact the Bursar’s Office at bursarsoffice@ccp.edu or 215.751.8130.

March 22, 2020

Unfortunately, we have learned that a member of our College community has tested positive for COVID-19. I am writing to update you with some important information, and to reassure you that the College continues to take every step possible to ensure the health and safety of our faculty, students and staff.

March 17, 2020

Good afternoon,

As public health concerns surrounding COVID-19 continue to grow, Community College of Philadelphia has made the careful decision to move coursework to online or other remote alternatives, beginning March 30 through the end of the spring semester, and to keep Main Campus and its Regional Centers closed through at least May 6, 2020.  All courses remain suspended through March 30, 2020.

March 13, 2020

Good afternoon,

In response to the ongoing public health issues surrounding COVID-19, and to do our part in preventing its spread, Community College of Philadelphia will be closed and ALL classes (online, credit and non-credit) will be suspended between March 14, 2020 and March 28, 2020.

Please note: students will continue to be able to register for courses, request assistance and make payments online while the college is closed and beyond.

March 12, 2020
Faculty in Community College of Philadelphia's Biology and Nursing departments will host an online information session to present current information on the coronavirus today from 1:45-3 p.m. To watch the conference, please use this link: https://ccp.zoom.us/j/508695947. When asked for a meeting ID number, please enter: 508 695 947. For sound, please call: +1 646 558 8656.


Dr. Linda Powell and other Biology faculty members will discuss the known pathophysiology and the trending of the virus. Dr. Carol Moriarity from the Nursing Department will present information on personal protection, prevention of spread and treatment.

March 3, 2020

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that all Americans take safety precautions and continue to monitor news of the coronavirus outbreak, which causes a respiratory illness known as COVID-19.

Coronaviruses are a group of viruses that cause diseases in humans and other mammals, birds, bats and reptiles. In humans, they cause upper respiratory infection symptoms such as fever, cough, stuffy nose and shortness of breath. Symptoms can range from mild to severe. Many mild cases can be treated with rest and over-the-counter medication. In the more severe cases, breathing difficulties may occur and medical intervention should be sought.

Epidemiology experts have said the best form of preparedness is to remain calm and take the same steps taken to avoid the flu and common cold.

January 30, 2020

The Community College of Philadelphia men's and women's Lions basketball teams are showing the city that gritty teams that play together, win together. Both teams have displayed endurance, courage, athleticism and a hunger for victory.