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Clackamas Community College, with three campuses in the Portland metro area, provides education and training for people in all stages of life. You'll find transfer credit classes that help you work toward associate and bachelor degrees, as well as dozens of career and technical programs leading to jobs, work force services and adult basic education.

Clackamas' main campus is conveniently located in Oregon City, just three miles from I-205. With 165 acres the beautiful campus is a hub of community activity for sports, arts, events and outdoor recreation. Classes are offered days, evenings, in condensed formats and online to meet the needs of a diverse body of students.

The Harmony Community Campus trains students for jobs in the expanding health care field. As well as its health education programs, Harmony offers a full array of student services. The Harmony campus is centrally located in North Clackamas, close to Clackamas Town Center and the Green Line light rail.

Clackamas Community College also offers classes in Wilsonville, where the is located on the east side of the town center loop. The Wilsonville campus serves as the Utility Training Center for employees of regional utilities—including Portland General Electric and PacifiCorp. You can find degrees and certificates in Energy Resource Management on the Wilsonville campus as well as a growing number of academic courses.

Clackamas has formed degree partnership programs with three Oregon universities: Oregon State University, Portland State University and the Oregon Institute of Technology. These partnerships allow students to be jointly admitted and enrolled at both Clackamas Community College, and one of these four-year partners. This program can save students thousands of dollars. And it offers a seamless pathway to completing your bachelor's degree.

Scholarships play an important role in college success for hundreds of Clackamas students every year. The college has one of the most active community college foundations in the state, awarding more than $600,000 in scholarships in 2013. If you are enrolled at the college, plan to enroll or plan to transfer from Clackamas to a four-year college or university; and if you have a 2.0 GPA or higher; a high school diploma, GED or high school equivalency; then you meet the requirements for at least one scholarship.

Veterans are an important priority for Clackamas Community College. The college has a Veterans Education and Training Center to provide services to military veterans and their families. The college also is home to the Army Strong Community Center, providing life resources to military family members, active military and veterans from all branches of the service.

For more information, visit www.clackamas.edu or call 503-594-3162.


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