COVID-19 Campus Update

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. Students will receive details on coursework from individual instructors. Faculty and staff will be issued guidance by supervisors. At this time, the commencement ceremony for spring 2020 is postponed. The College will continue to update you via email, web updates and text alerts as this situation evolves during the closure. During this time, please follow all CDC guidelines for preventing the spread of this virus and remaining healthy, including hygiene recommendations, social distancing practices and remaining home when you are sick.

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CCP Cares: Resources for Students

Student success and support are at the heart of all we do at the College. If you are struggling, we want to help. Please let us know what assistance you're looking for by completing the form below, and staff from the CCP Cares team will be in touch with you within 24 hours.

CCP Cares: Request for Support

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Student Support Resources at the College

We want to make sure you are aware of the student support services available to you. If you are struggling, we want to help.

Academic Advising

Advisors are here to help you:

  • Determine your educational and career goals
  • Identify courses that fulfill your program requirements
  • Access resources and services to help you manage your academic life
  • Understand College policies, procedures and programs

Bursar

Viewing and paying your tuition bill is easier than ever:

  • Get payment deadlines so you're never late
  • Pay your bill online quickly and securely
  • Learn about the College's payment plan

Canvas

Use Canvas to see your assignments, check your grades and take online classes.

  • Set up your Canvas user name and password

Career Connections

Start thinking about your career path early on:

  • Research majors at the College that match your interests
  • Discover in-demand careers and salary information
  • Connect to actual employers

Center for Male Engagement

Programs and resources for African American and other minority students:

  • Academic support, career advice, leadership and personal development
  • Cultural enrichment activities
  • One-on-one coaching

Center on Disability

Specialized services for students with unique or complex learning needs:

  • New students must self-identify to be eligible
  • Stop in to find out what free resources are available for you to use

Collegiate Recovery

Dedicated to helping students stay free of drugs and alcohol while simultaneously pursuing a college education:

  • Weekly peer-to-peer group support and recovery meetings
  • Weekly individual coaching sessions with graduates of the College's Behavioral Health/Human Services program
  • Structured activities at the College and off campus

Counseling Center

If you ever feel overwhelmed, stop in for support.

  • Academic, career, transfer and personal counseling
  • Counselors work closely with first-semester students and those on Student Academic Probation (SAP)
  • Help with drop/add classes and withdrawal

International Student Services

Advising and support for international students:

  • How to obtain and maintain student visas
  • Learn about health care coverage and employment options
  • Learn how to obtain work authorizations and letters of F-1 status verification

Financial Aid

The Office of Financial Aid helps students remove financial barriers so they can pursue an education at the College:

  • Help applying for aid
  • Help managing aid
  • Financial aid workshops

Food Collaborative

Access to a food pantry and snacks for students in need, as well as resources and activities that promote healthy living:

  • Connect with our food pantry and snack rack locations
  • Access food funds and more

KEYS

The KEYS program supports students receiving TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) and SNAP (Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program) benefits.

  • Access to food stamps, medical assistance, financial allowances
  • Continual support from program staff

Learning Labs

Take advantage of tutoring support to stay ahead of your work:

  • Work with faculty specialists or peer tutors
  • Participate in group or individualized sessions

MarcDavid LGBTQ+ Center

Support services and activities to members of the LGBTQ community:

  • Work with LGBTQ and ally student groups
  • Connect with city and College resources
  • Stop by Room S1-19E or call 215.972.6232

Records and Registration

What you need to know about enrolling, transcripts and graduation.

  • Register in-person or online
  • View the enrollment guide
  • Update your student and personal information
  • Find your transcripts

Scholarships

The College offers scholarships to support the costs of tuition, textbooks, transfer and more:

  • Emergency book funds
  • Tuition assistance
  • And more

Single Stop

A large selection of resources and services to ensure your success as a student.

  • See if you qualify for public benefits
  • Free tax preparation
  • Legal aid and immigration assistance
  • Financial counseling and referral services
  • Health insurance coverage

Starfish Academic Alert System

A resource designed to provide students with feedback about academic performance:

  • Get information on your class performance early in the semester
  • Take action to improve your academic performance

Student Academic Computer Center (SACC)

A place to do research, coursework, or other school-related assignments:

  • Computer workstations with up-to-date software and printing capabilities
  • On-site helpers and aides to assist with student needs

Veterans Resource Center

Serving our active duty and veteran military community and their families

  • Help with Veterans Affairs benefits and College policies
  • Peer group discussions and the student veterans club

Women's Outreach & Advocacy Center

Provides support and services to women:

  • Child care stipends
  • Someone to consult and listen
  • Crisis intervention, outreach, programs