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Welcome to winter term at CCC! We may not all be on campus together, but there are still many opportunities to stay connected. Explore the information on this page for an introduction to student life at CCC and lots of ways to get involved.
- Associated Student Government
- Associated Student Government Grants
- Career Center
- Clackamas Print
- College Relations and Marketing
- Disability Resource Center
- Drug and Alcohol Prevention
- Financial Aid and Scholarships
- Free Food Pantry
- Hazing Awareness
- Multicultural Center
- Music Department
- Sexual Harassment Information and Resources
- Tutoring (Online)
- Workforce Development
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Welcome Week events
Jan 3To Mar 19
Free Food Pantry
Tuesday, Jan. 4, 5-6 p.m. | Zoom
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Free Surprise Mugs!
Wednesday, Jan. 5
Come to the ASG office in the Wacheno Welcome Center and grab a mug (you never know what you're going to get!) with some tea, soup, and hot cocoa packets!
Start or Join a Club
You can find information about some of the active clubs at CCC on this page. Not seeing a club that you are looking for? Fill out this form to get connected with other students who share your interests.
At CCC, we believe that academic advising is key to your success in college. Having a clear path toward your degree and career goals can save you time and money so you won't be taking classes you don't need.
Associated Student Government
Students helping students! ASG is here to represent and support students at CCC. Stop by a meeting (every Wednesday from 3-5 p.m. through Zoom) or any event, and learn how to get involved. Visit our website to learn more about how we can make your college experience a great one!
Associated Student Government Grants
CCC's Associated Student Government (ASG) offers a variety of small grants to help students meet their goals and graduate. The funds are provided thanks to donations to the college's Foundation, as well as ASG and Horticulture Department fundraisers. Applications are accepted online before each term.
- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 503-594-3040
- Webpage: www.clackamas.edu/asg/grants
The CCC Bookstore on the Oregon City campus is currently open at a limited capacity. To see the current hours and dates, visit our website at clackamas.bncollege.com for the most accurate information. For all questions, contact the main bookstore at 503-594-6500. You may also email the bookstore at email@example.com. Note: The Harmony Bookstore is currently closed.
Free Shipping: The bookstore has waived shipping for all ground orders $75 or more. The bookstore will be processing your orders to make sure you have the materials you need for a successful term. Learn how to order online.
Using Financial Aid: Financial aid students can now charge textbooks and supplies to their student account at the bookstore. Access will begin one week before the start of the term and end at 3 p.m. PST on the last business day of the second week of term. Financial aid will cover those charges, up to $500 of your accepted aid balance. If your order exceeds your financial aid and/or if you are renting a title, you will need another form of payment to cover the remaining balance and/or secure your rental.
- Contact: Julie Groner, firstname.lastname@example.org, 503-594-6500
- Materials: Bookstore flyer
- Webpage: Visit the CCC Bookstore
The Career Center is your one-stop resource for career and employment services where you can receive one-on-one coaching for any phase of your career path. Whether you are just getting started or want to make a change, we can help you choose a program, develop a plan, and find your dream job.
The Clackamas Print
Are you interested in writing, photography or the news? Maybe you should take a journalism class here at Clackamas Community College. My name is Melissa Jones and I teach journalism and advise the student newspaper, The Clackamas Print. You can check out some of the work that students do at TheClackamasPrint.com. We publish a physical newspaper and publish all of our work online and on social media.
If you're interested in writing about news, arts and culture or sports, we have opportunities here. We have students cover everything from Justin Timberlake concerts to the Portland Timbers to COVID vaccination clinics. If you're interested in getting involved, enroll in J-215 or send me an email at email@example.com and I can send you more information, or stop by our lab here in Pauling 151 on the Oregon City campus.
College Relations and Marketing
The College Relations and Marketing team welcomes you to winter term. We are here for you to help you stay connected and informed! Check out resources and information for winter term on the Student Resources page and check myClackamas for the latest updates, opportunities and virtual events for students.
- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
At Clackamas Community College, we take mental health and wellness seriously. That’s why we offer free counseling services to our students. We can help if you’re struggling and in need of therapy, advice or resources.
- Contact: Esther Sexton, email@example.com, 503-594-3176
- Webpage: www.clackamas.edu/counseling
Disability Resource Center
The Disability Resource Center (DRC) provides services that are designed to support student success by creating a welcoming, inclusive and accessible environment. If you have a history of receiving accommodations or just have questions on how to qualify for services, we welcome you to call or email so we can assist you.
- Contact: Felicia Arce, firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, 503-594-3189 or 503-594-6357
Drug and Alcohol Prevention
CCC is committed to maintaining a drug-free institution to create a safe and healthful campus and work environment and to assist its students and employees who may have problems with drugs or alcohol.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
Financial aid is available to help you achieve your educational goals. The CCC Financial Aid Office provides access to grants, scholarships, work-study and loans to help pay for school. You must fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year you attend college to qualify to receive financial aid. The FAFSA is available starting Oct. 1 each year and must be completed annually.
- Website: www.clackamas.edu/financial-aid
- Financial Aid Resource Lab:
- Monday-Friday: 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
- Website: www.clackamas.edu/scholarships
Free Food Pantry
The Free Food Pantry aims to supplement food needs and is open to CCC students. Beginning Jan 3, if you are attending classes on campus, you can call the Student Life office 503-594-3040 Monday-Thursday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and someone will put together a bag of supplies for you.
Contactless food box pick up is also available every Wednesday throughout the term. A request must be submitted each week in order to receive groceries. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The CCC Library provides user-friendly research tools, relevant resources, customized library instruction and welcoming, inclusive spaces for the CCC community. We have a lot to offer - let us know how we can help you! The Library resources are still available online while the campus is closed.
- Contact: Jane Littlefield, email@example.com, 503-594-6042
- Webpage: Find our adapted and/or new services and get help
The Multicultural Center celebrates the diversity of our students and staff and provides support services and educational opportunities to our college community. We strive to bring awareness and support for all underrepresented groups at Clackamas Community College. Students from underrepresented populations are especially encouraged to join a leadership role within the Multicultural Center.
Stop by our Zoom office and say hi! All CCC students are welcome. Join us if:
- You want to chat and meet new people
- You are struggling with a class
- You want to learn about upcoming events and how to get involved
- You have a question and don't know who to ask
- You want assistance talking to a teacher about culture, identity, pronouns, etc.
Whatever you need, we'll do our best to support you!
- Game Nights, Thursdays, 5-6 p.m.
- Website: www.clackamas.edu/multicultural-center
CCC's Music Department offers in-person performance opportunities for music majors, non-majors and community members alike - even online! Vocalists and instrumentalists can register for chamber or mainstream choir, wind ensemble, jazz band, classical guitar ensemble and more. Students can also explore the production side of music with tech classes in audio recording and electronic music creation.
Introducing the Music Department
- Contact: Ami Collofello, firstname.lastname@example.org, 503-594-3337
- Webpage: www.clackamas.edu/music
- Social Media: Facebook, Instagram, YouTube
Many different transportation services are available to you through the Transportation Office at CCC, including the CCC Xpress Shuttle. Visit the Transportation webpage for the winter term shuttle schedule.
- Contact: Ray Atkinson, Transportation Systems Analyst, at email@example.com or 503-594-0989. The Transportation Office at CCC can also connect you with TriMet, South Clackamas Transportation Service, and SMART Programs.
- Webpage: www.clackamas.edu/transportation
The Tutoring Center offers a welcoming environment for students to get the academic support they need to be successful. We have lots of options for online tutoring through WCOnline, Zoom, and Smarthinking.
- Contact: Josh Aman, firstname.lastname@example.org, 503-594-6191
- Webpage: www.clackamas.edu/tutoring
Needing assistance and/or support?
The Workforce Department at Clackamas Community College has federal grant funds to assist eligible students and job seekers with their education and/or job search activities. If you say yes to the following, attend one of our online information sessions to learn more!
- Did you lose your job or did your hours get reduced due to COVID-19?
- Are you in need of job search assistance/resume creation/interview practice?
- Are you interested in learning about potential grant funds for tuition, books or transportation?
Our department is hosting weekly online information sessions you can sign up for, attend and learn more about the assistance we may be able to provide!
- Weekly Information Sessions:
- Webpage: www.clackamas.edu/workforce
Taking part in a club can be a fun part of your college experience. You can meet new people, develop your leadership skills and contribute to the college community.
Clubs are still active! Did you know that Clackamas Community College has student clubs and organizations that range from global activism to student nursing to faith-based and political groups? Don’t see one that interests you? Start your own in just a few easy steps!
Alpha Xi Zeta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa
- Connect with Us:
- In the search bar, type in: Phi Theta Kappa
- Click on "Enroll"
- When prompted for the enrollment key, enter: PTK
- Class should be displayed on your Moodle dashboard
- Contact: Michelle Baker, email@example.com
- Social Media: Facebook, Instagram
Gap Bible Club
- Practical Teaching for Everyday Life
- Sundays, 10 a.m.
- 14855 S Leland Rd, Beavercreek, OR
- Going Deeper: Study of the Book of James
- First Sunday of every month at 6:45 p.m.
- 19345 Whitney Lane, Oregon City, OR
- Practical Teaching for Everyday Life
- Contact: Cameron Howell, firstname.lastname@example.org, 219-323-6965
- Social Media: Facebook, Instagram
The purpose of the Horticulture club is to enhance horticulture education, develop leadership skills of members and provide networking opportunities for students.
- Contact: Frank Kilders, email@example.com
Student Nurses' Association
The purpose of Student Nurses' Association is to influence health care, nursing education and practice through legislative activities, as appropriate. To promote and encourage participation in community affairs and activities towards improved health care and the resolution of related social issues. To represent nursing students to the consumer, to institutions, and to other organizations.
- Contact: Sarah Morris, firstname.lastname@example.org