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The Boyce Campus of the Community College of Alleghany County in Monroeville, Pennsylvania, is a dynamic learning environment that aims to satisfy students’ educational, personal and career goals.
The Office of Student Life is dedicated to providing students with plenty of extracurricular opportunities to enhance your educational experience. You can join one of the many student clubs, with interests that range from academics to religion to multicultural groups, or participate in one of the school’s on-and off-campus activities.
Some recreational and social activities that the OSL coordinates include:
- Leisure Lore trips
- Annual Recognition Banquet
- Career weeks
- Leadership training programs
- Workshops and seminars
- Community outreach volunteer projects
Academics at the Boyce campus include degrees in a wide variety of disciplines, including humanities, arts and sciences, health, education and business. Students may earn certificates and diplomas within their concentration that are designed to provide intensive training in a specific field.
Admissions require students to submit an official high school transcript or GED and schedule a placement test, depending on field of study.
Tuition is set lower for Alleghany County residents. Residents of other Pennsylvania counties also receive a discount.
Students who file a FAFSA will be considered to receive financial aid through scholarships, federal grants, student loans and work-study programs.
Community College of Allegheny County, Boyce
595 Beatty Road
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