• Final Accreditation Documents

    The following are Clackamas Community College's offical final self-study reports and the peer evaluation team's response for this current accreditation cycle of 2010-2015. Questions about the content of these reports can be addressed to the Vice President of Instruction and Student Services at 503-594-3020. Past accreditation reports are also available through this office.

      

    Accreditation Cycle Self-Evaluation Report

    Feedback from the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities' Peer Evaluation Team

    Year One CCC Year One Self-Study Report  Year One Peer Evaluation Report
    Year Two Ongoing Work on Standards 1 - 2  
    Year Three  CCC Year Three Self-Study Report  Year Three Peer Evaluation Report
    Year Four Ongoing Work on Standards 1 - 5  
    Year Five Year Seven Self-Study Report Due Fall, 2015 Year Seven Peer Evaluation Report, Winter, 2016

    Note: Normally a seven year cycle, CCC, along with other colleges in the Northwest, has been asked to transition into the new accreditation process using a five year cycle versus seven. Our next time through will be on the seven year cycle of review.

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CCC Scholarship Honors Longtime Molalla Resident

A new scholarship at Clackamas Community College honors the work of longtime Molalla resident and advocate for children Debbie Martson. President Joanne Truesdell presented a memorial plaque at the Children of Incarcerated Parents Summit, held Oct. 23 at CCC. Full Story
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CCC Horticulture Dept. Provides Fresh Produce at Local Restaurant

Patrons at Bugatti’s restaurant in Oregon City will be dining on organically grown produce from the Horticulture Department at Clackamas Community College thanks to a new agreement.  Full Story
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National Institute of Health Grant Promotes Diversity in Research

Clackamas Community College is a partner in a $24 million research and training grant awarded this week to Portland State University. The National Institute of Health grant will help underrepresented and diverse students pursue careers in biomedical, behavioral, social or clinical research and other health sciences.  Full Story

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