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If you do not have a login or have not been a student here within the last year;
Please see the main website for transcript and co-curricular transcript request information:
If you are looking for a graduation application you will have to print this one: Diploma Order Form


Fall 2018 tuition is due by Friday, August 3, 2018.

To make a payment online, please log in, click on the Student tab above and then click on “Your Finances” , "My Account Balances" and then "Make a Payment".


If you have a smart phone you can.. .

  • Access MyCCBC’s mobile site. As a student you are able to see your schedule, register for classes, see your unofficial transcript, look at maps of your classroom buildings, and more. Just go to your internet browser and type in A window will come up asking if you want the mobile or desktop site. Login is your network login and password.
  • Get your CCBC email. Step-by-step instructions on setup.
  • Download an app from the iTunes or Android store to access your Blackboard account. Subscription rates apply.


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Navigate to  the Emergency Alerts link under the Student or Employee tab.

Pay for What You Take at CCBC

Effective for the fall 2017 semester, CCBC students will benefit from a more efficient and potentially cost-savings way to pay for the classes they are taking and the credits they are earning.

In April, the College’s Board of Trustees approved a new tuition model that eliminates the current flat-rate tuition for those taking between 12 and 18 credits, and implements a new model that charges tuition based on actual credits students are taking, regardless of course load.

There will be a minimal 1.55% increase in tuition and fees next year, the lowest in many years at CCBC, equating to only a $3.00 increase per credit for in-county students. The General Student Fee and Technology Fee will remain unchanged at their current rates.

These changes are designed to help students manage college expenses and complete their degrees. Students may now pay for fewer than 15 credits and still be considered full-time.

For more information about tuition and fee changes for the 2017-18 academic year, or about paying for college in general, please visit our website at, visit the Student Financial Services Office located at the Information and Registration Center, or speak to one of our cashier’s in the Cashier’s office.

Welcome to My CCBC, your personal destination for all the online services our students and employees need. As a CCBC student, you can register for classes, view your financial aid awards and account balance, view your grades, request your transcript, and more.
Community College of Beaver County
1 Campus Drive
Monaca PA, 15061