Campuses, Buildings + Hours
- Events and Conference Services
- CCC Library
- Food on Campus
- Environmental Learning Center
- Haggart Observatory
- Free Food Pantry
- Arts + Performance
- College Safety
- Cougar Connect Tech Help
- Textbook Rental and Exchange
- College Success Workshops
- Veterans' Services
- Disability Resource Center
- Child Care
- SNAP Training + Employment Program (STEP)
- Student Involvement
- Career Center
- Health and Wellness
Cougar Connect Tech Help Desk
At the Cougar Connect Tech Help Desk our friendly student staff can assist you with tutoring services and college-related technology like Moodle, myClackamas, student email, wireless on-campus access, on-campus computers, printers/copiers, Chromebooks, Zoom support, and more. Student technical support is available in-person in Dye Learning Center just beyond the double doors, online, or over the phone. Have a question? Help is here.
Fall term hours
Most college services are available Monday through Friday throughout the fall term.
For a detailed list of current student services hours, including remote and in-person services, visit the Student Resources webpage.
Support and Resources to Help you Succeed
The YMCA has a child care facility located on CCC's Oregon City campus, and the ASG offers grants to help parents with young children cover the cost of child care while they are attending class.
CCC’s student government maintains a small pantry in the Wacheno Welcome Center full of non-perishable food and hygiene items that are free for students.
Associated Student Government offers a limited number of small grants to help cover the costs of fees, textbooks and child care for students who need it. ASG also provides grants for veterans.
The Associated Student Government offers textbook consignment, book exchange and grants in the Student Life and Leadership office in the Community Center.
From support groups and workshops to plays and concerts, the CCC events calendar is a great place to learn what’s happening on any of our three campuses.
The college offers a limited number of small loans to fill the gap between the time you apply for financial aid and your money comes through. The loaned money can only be used to pay for required books or supplies. Applications are available during
the first two weeks of each term in Roger Rook Hall on the Oregon City campus. For more information on eligibility requirements, please contact us at 503-594-6068.
CCC's online transportation center can help you learn about resources like TriMet's Low Income Fare Program, find a carpool partner and the easiest bus or bike routes, and where to park during high-traffic times at the college.
If you need help knowing what jobs best fit your skills or how to write a great resume and cover letter, Career Services can help you get ready for that next step.
If you need on-the-job experience, our Cooperative Work Experience, Internship and Apprenticeship Preparation programs can help you get your foot in the door.
Extended Moodle Technical Support is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Three bilingual (English/Español) support options are available: email, phone and chat.
CCC offers a welcoming environment for students to get the academic support they need through tutoring, academic services and access to a variety of computer labs. While most buildings on our campuses have seating for studying, the Where Can I Study map on Google Docs shows some options.
CCC Library offers 24/7 online chat help, one-on-one Zoom or phone research appointments with CCC librarians, and millions of free online articles, eBooks, and streaming videos.
The Navigator/Americorps Equitable Pathways Specialist assists newly admitted students with establishing a focused educational plan, creating a clear financial plan and successfully using classroom tools like the library and Moodle in support of getting students registered and enrolled. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
As a student, there are many ways to get involved at Clackamas Community College through employment and leadership opportunities that provide you compensation with either an hourly wage or tuition waiver in exchange for your contribution on campus.
Northstar Digital Literacy is a website where you can test your computer skills and learn new skills at your own pace by completing online tutorials. Northstar is free and anyone can use this tool - students, staff and community members. Also see our Northstar Promotional Flyer. More in-person free computer classes are offered through one of several local Goodwill Career Centers.
Still Have Questions? Talk with an Advisor
Students who meet with an academic advisor are more likely to stay on track and reach their goals.
- Monday and Wednesday: 8:30 a.m.-8 p.m.
- Tuesday and Thursday: 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
- Friday: Virtual (LiveChat, phone, email, WCOnline), 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Appointments: Drop in or book a 15-60 minute appointment with a Technology Tutor online at WCOnline.
LiveChat: ask us a quick question in the chat on the bottom-right.
Moodle User Help: Extended Moodle technical support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Three bilingual (English/Español) support options are available: email, phone and chat.