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  • Community College of Beaver County - International Student Admission Requirements
    Beaver County Pennsylvania Before completing any of the required documentation all prospective international students must speak with an admissions representative either on campus or over the phone Please call 724 480 3504 to request an international student information packet and to schedule an appointment Admissions Requirements CCBC Application apply online today International Student Information Form Proof of valid passport English language proficiency As determined by TOEFL scores a minimum of 500 or higher must be achieved on the paper based test 173 or higher on the computer based test 61 or higher on the internet based test Official copies of secondary and or post secondary school transcripts that have been translated into English and the American college credit system if applicable Affidavit of Support This form must be completed by the student s sponsor showing that the student has sufficient financial resources to meet all expenses during their period of attendance at CCBC Only the original notarized form will be accepted Verification of financial support Most recent 4 months of bank statements establishing that the student and or sponsor have funds in the amount of 19 500 00 U S Dollars available to pay the first year s expenses for each dependent accompanying a student an additional 2 000 00 must be available Documentation must be dated within 30 days of application filing date This is an estimation of costs for tuition fees books supplies and limited living expenses Medical insurance All international students are required to purchase health insurance and must show proof each semester at registration Heath insurance may be purchased in the student s home country Minimum coverage is as follows 30 000 minimum hospitalization per year 250 000 lifetime payment Identification card or official letter from the insurance company 6 month coverage no month to month coverage For transfer students Transfer eligibility form I 94 visa I 20AB are required in addition to all items listed above NOTE All transfer students must have 24 credits and 2 0 GPA to transfer All required documentation must be received by the following deadlines June 15 for the fall semester starts in August November 15 for the spring semester starts in January March 15 for the summer semester starts in May When all necessary documents have been submitted and requirements are met CCBC will issue an I 20A B Form 60 to 90 days prior to the semester The I 20 Student Immigration Form is sent by CCBC to all student immigrants who meet admission requirements The form indicates the student s field of study length of course and date to report to the college The I 20 Form allows you to apply for a student visa called the F I which must be kept with your passport General Information We urge you to apply as early as possible to avoid complications with mail delivery and arranging appointment with U S Consulate Past experience has shown that those who wait until the deadline to apply are often unable to

    Original URL path: http://www.ccbc.edu/international (2015-07-15)
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  • Community College of Beaver County - Servicemember Opportunity College
    military duty In addition we offer supportive services to help you learn on campus or from afar Thank you for your service Now it s time to start or continue your higher education goals at CCBC Getting Started Step 1 Apply for Admission if you have never taken classes at CCBC Complete the online application to our open admission college Submit all High School College and Service Transcripts to Community College of Beaver County Information and Registration Center 1 Campus Drive Monaca PA 15061 Army Coast Guard Marine Corps and Navy Active Duty Reserve and Veterans may request their Joint Services Transcript JST from https jst doded mil Air Force Active Duty Reserve and Veterans should request their CCAF transcript more information available from http www af mil Home aspx Step 2 Apply for Benefits Students who believe they are eligible for benefits should apply on line at http www gibill va gov Once you have been approved for benefits you should receive a certificate of eligibility indicating your months of eligibility as well as your benefit amount Veterans should bring this certificate to Janet Davidson Director of Student Financial Services to discuss their benefit program To obtain an estimate of your monthly benefit please click here to view current Institutional Training Rates If you previously used your benefits as a student at another post secondary institution please complete the Change of Place of training form and return to the Director of Student Financial Services For additional information regarding veterans benefits please visit http www ccbc edu veteransaid Step 3 Plan your course of study CCBC offers over 60 degree certificate and diploma programs view our catalog online to learn more Take the placement test to determine your College ready status in English Math and Reading The schedule for placement

    Original URL path: http://www.ccbc.edu/veterans (2015-07-15)
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  • Community College of Beaver County -
    their transcripts The credits will appear on the transcript designated Credit by Examination Students who have received credit by examination for a course are permitted to subsequently register for the course However the last grade issued will be the only grade included in their cumulative quality point average For these purposes the last grade refers to A B C D or F only College Level Examination Program CLEP The College Level Examination Program of the College Entrance Examination Board is recognized by CCBC This program enables individuals who have acquired education in a non traditional way to become eligible for credit consideration on the basis of performance on the College Level Examination In accepting CLEP credits credits shall be limited to the selective specialized subject area examinations and not include the general examinations except for the General Examination English Composition with Essay The College will accept the minimum cut off score recommended by the American Council on Education ACE for awarding credit Although CLEP examinations are not offered at CCBC they are available at several local colleges and universities for a fee Students interested in taking CLEP examinations should contact the Counseling Office Any student who desires to transfer subject examination CLEP credits to CCBC should submit all official test scores to Information and Registration Center 1 Campus Drive Monaca PA 15061 2588 Note If a different name appears on the official transcripts please notify the Information and Registration Center at 724 480 3504 Transfer Courses Those individuals seeking to enroll in credit certificate and or degree programs who have previously attended another college or university will be accepted for enrollment under the category of Transfer Student Such individuals will be required to submit all official college transcripts to Information and Registration Center 1 Campus Drive Monaca PA 15061 2588 Note If a different name appears on the official transcripts please notify the Information and Registration Center at 724 480 3504 Advanced Standing Various industry certifications and ratings are recognized by CCBC as having equivalent knowledge and competencies and can be used towards the requirements of a degree or certificate Such individuals will be required to submit all official documentation to Information and Registration Center 1 Campus Drive Monaca PA 15061 2588 Note If a different name appears on the official transcripts please notify the Information and Registration Center at 724 480 3504 Credit for Life Experience College Credit FastTrack is a new initiative undertaken by Pennsylvania s 14 community colleges using money from the Federal TAACCCT Grant Program It is the first statewide community college sector portal designed to facilitate Prior Learning Assessment PLA in the nation PLA enables adult students to earn college credit for learning they have done on the job in the military or on their own reducing the time and costs associated with earning a degree Through the Credit for Life Experience program students may substitute life experience for formal classes related to their program of study Students should not have taken the course s

    Original URL path: http://www.ccbc.edu/transfer (2015-07-15)
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  • Community College of Beaver County - Provisional Admission
    Calendar Alphabetical Programs College Resources Student Services Career Services Library KEYS Program ACT 101 Facilities Rentals Information Technology Behavioral Evaluation Team BET Community Workforce Beaver County Courses Washington County Courses What We Offer Summer Camps 2015 Continuing Education Athletics Men s Basketball Women s Softball Women s Volleyball Titan Cheerleaders Alumni Transcript Requests New Grad Insurance Information Home Admissions Financial Aid Admissions Process Transient Students CCBC EVENTS Rock and Enroll 7 15 2015 Titan Cafe New Student Orientation 8 21 2015 8 21 2015 Welcome Back Free Snacks 8 24 2015 8 24 2015 Courtyard View All Events MORE HEADLINES CCBC AT SOUTHPOINTE OFFERS NEW AFFORDABLE DEGREE PROGRAMS CCBC APPOINTS FIRST DEAN FOR SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ARTS SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY View All News Admission for Transient Students An individual enrolled in a certificate degree program with another college university and wanting to take courses through CCBC to partially satisfy graduation requirements from the other institution may be permitted to enroll as a Transient Student Individuals permitted to enroll under this status will not be required to provide official transcripts for registration purposes Individuals accepted under this status who then seek to enroll in a subsequent semester will be re classified

    Original URL path: http://www.ccbc.edu/transient (2015-07-15)
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  • Community College of Beaver County -
    SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ARTS SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY View All News Admission for Washington County Students Serving Washington County for Over Ten Years Building upon our experience working with Washington County employers to train their workforce CCBC is proud to now offer credit courses at its Southpointe location that lead towards a variety of degree or certificate programs Contact us today to learn more about our accessible affordable and flexible academic programs that will lead you to the career destination of your choice An Affordable Education A CCBC education delivers an outstanding return on your college investment A full time out of Beaver County student will pay only 4 395 per semester compared to 12 690 or more at private 4 year universities in the region Total includes tuition costs for 15 credits General Student Fee and Technology Fee per credit Most courses are 3 credits each Additional fees may apply depending on program of study Spring 2015 Undergraduate Traditional Flat Rate Tuition 12 18 credits at Robert Morris University Course Offerings Our course offerings include foundation and developmental studies to help students enhance their readiness to succeed in college level studies two year degree programs for those who plan to transfer to four year colleges and universities and complete a bachelor s degree career and occupational programs that can be finished in one or two years and prepare students for entry into the workforce or allow working adults to expand their skills short term non credit programs focusing on career skills development in response to the needs of employers across the region and community education offerings that provide personal enrichment courses and lifelong learning opportunities Click here to download the CCBC Southpointe course brochure How to Apply All applicants are accepted CCBC has an open door admissions policy allowing any

    Original URL path: http://www.ccbc.edu/washingtonstudents (2015-07-15)
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  • Community College of Beaver County -
    Online Tuition Fees Financial Aid Visit CCBC College Catalog Course Schedules Graduation Academics Programs Offered Summer Offerings 2015 New Programs Transfer Services Earn Your GED Academic Calendar Alphabetical Programs College Resources Student Services Career Services Library KEYS Program ACT 101 Facilities Rentals Information Technology Behavioral Evaluation Team BET Community Workforce Beaver County Courses Washington County Courses What We Offer Summer Camps 2015 Continuing Education Athletics Men s Basketball Women s Softball Women s Volleyball Titan Cheerleaders Alumni Transcript Requests New Grad Insurance Information Home Admissions Financial Aid Admissions Process FERPA Information CCBC EVENTS Rock and Enroll 7 15 2015 Titan Cafe New Student Orientation 8 21 2015 8 21 2015 Welcome Back Free Snacks 8 24 2015 8 24 2015 Courtyard View All Events MORE HEADLINES CCBC AT SOUTHPOINTE OFFERS NEW AFFORDABLE DEGREE PROGRAMS CCBC APPOINTS FIRST DEAN FOR SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ARTS SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY View All News FERPA FERPA allows current and former attending and registered students of the College the right to access their education records and provides the items that the College considers directory information that can be released The College also provides the procedures in which a student can request that this information not be

    Original URL path: http://www.ccbc.edu/FERPA (2015-07-15)
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  • Community College of Beaver County -
    Rentals Information Technology Behavioral Evaluation Team BET Community Workforce Beaver County Courses Washington County Courses What We Offer Summer Camps 2015 Continuing Education Athletics Men s Basketball Women s Softball Women s Volleyball Titan Cheerleaders Alumni Transcript Requests New Grad Insurance Information Home Admissions Financial Aid Admissions Process Cross Registration CCBC EVENTS Rock and Enroll 7 15 2015 Titan Cafe New Student Orientation 8 21 2015 8 21 2015 Welcome Back Free Snacks 8 24 2015 8 24 2015 Courtyard View All Events MORE HEADLINES CCBC AT SOUTHPOINTE OFFERS NEW AFFORDABLE DEGREE PROGRAMS CCBC APPOINTS FIRST DEAN FOR SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ARTS SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY View All News Cross Registration Information CCBC students may enroll for one course per semester at an approved institution through the cross registration process Cross registration is available only to full time students who need an approved cross registration course which is not offered at CCBC Students will be charged tuition by CCBC for the total credits for which they are enrolled Written permission must be granted by the Director of Enrollment Services at CCBC for cross registration students can apply for permission through the Information Registration Center at CCBC Steps for Cross Registration 1 Meet with an academic counselor to determine course needed 2 Complete the Cross Registration Form and return it to the Information Registration Center at CCBC 3 P ick up your Cross Registration Approval Letter and Form from the Information Registration Center 4 Drop your authorization letter off at the Student Records Office of the institution at which you will be taking the course 5 Pay tuition for your cross registered and other courses to the Cashier at CCBC After completion of the course the institution at which you took the course will provide verification to CCBC that course requirements were

    Original URL path: http://www.ccbc.edu/crossregistration (2015-07-15)
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  • Community College of Beaver County - Tuition Assistance Application
    Grad Insurance Information Home Admissions Financial Aid Admissions Process Tuition Assistance Application CCBC EVENTS Rock and Enroll 7 15 2015 Titan Cafe New Student Orientation 8 21 2015 8 21 2015 Welcome Back Free Snacks 8 24 2015 8 24 2015 Courtyard View All Events MORE HEADLINES CCBC AT SOUTHPOINTE OFFERS NEW AFFORDABLE DEGREE PROGRAMS CCBC APPOINTS FIRST DEAN FOR SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ARTS SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY View All News Tuition Assistance Application While more jobs are being added to the economy skills beyond a high school education are needed for most jobs with family sustaining wages Through its Tuition Assistance Initiative Community College of Beaver County realizes the need to assist unemployed workers in updating their skills and offers qualified workers a tuition free semester at CCBC Offered since fall 2005 the Tuition Assistance Initiative aims to supply an educated qualified workforce for employers in the area Since the College started the program 205 students have received 2 328 free credits At its March meeting the College s Board of Trustees voted unanimously to renew this special financial assistance initiative again for the 2015 2016 academic year After the first semester students can work with the College s Financial Services Office to determine whether they are eligible for additional aid Additionally some students may qualify for scholarships through the College and CCBC Foundation The College s Career Services Center further assists students by helping them update resumes write cover letters and find job openings that match their skills Eligible students will have all tuition costs waived during the first semester however fees textbooks and supplies must be paid by the applicant To be eligible to receive assistance applicants must be residents of Beaver County who have either lost their jobs as a result of a business or industry plant

    Original URL path: http://www.ccbc.edu/TuitionAssistance (2015-07-15)
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