Pennsylvania Highlands Community College was founded in 1993 due to a vote by the Cambria County Commissioners. Later that year the school was approved by the Pennsylvania State Board of Education and the plans for the school opening began. Originally named, the Cambria County Area Community College, the name was officially changed to its current name, the Pennsylvania Highlands Community College, in 2004. Pennsylvania Highlands Community College operates with the mission "to provide a quality, affordable opportunities for learning that meet regional needs in a supportive, student-oriented environment."
Students can earn certificates and associate's degrees from Pennsylvania Highlands Community College, which fall into different departments:
Communication Media Arts & Sciences
Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics
Social Sciences, Humanities & Liberal Arts
Pennsylvania Highlands Community College offers courses that can be completed online, as well as full degrees.
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