It is your responsibility as a student to officially drop classes prior to the start of the term if you do not plan to remain enrolled in classes. This applies to all students including those receiving financial aid. Failure to do so will result in tuition and applicable fees being charged to your student account for which you will be held financially responsible. If you drop classes after the start of the term, you will be subject to the College’s Refund Policy. For more information, please review the Refund Policy in the College Catalog.
The College has been notified of multiple violations of the College's Acceptable Use Policy. Users have been downloading copyright protected materials via their personal devices while connected to the College's wireless network. Users are reminded that use of College provided Internet service is for educational purposes only.
Jody Bauer, VP ITS & CIO
New Tool for Students and Job Seekers
Designed to help you find the best local job opportunities, Pennsylvania Career Coach helps you find the jobs that match your skills and experience.
e2Campus is a service designed to alert the entire Community College of Philadelphia community via text messages to individual cell phones and/or email when situations arise on campus that affect the ability of the campus -- students, faculty and staff -- to function normally.
This secure site currently provides students, faculty and staff with world class intranet and internet services. By accessing this service, you acknowledge and agree to comply with the Community College of Philadelphia's Acceptable Use Policy for Interactive Systems