• Campus Attractions

    Stop by our campus and see what we have to offer.

    When you walk around the grounds of our beautiful and spacious 165-acre Oregon City campus, you’ll be impressed.

    In addition to 17 buildings, athletic facilities, a tree-lined walking trail, and expansive green spaces, we offer several campus attractions that students and the community can enjoy.

    We have outdoor environmental leaning areas, an astronomical observatory, gardens for community use, and an impressive art collection. So, what are you waiting for? Stop by campus, explore, and take a look at all we have to offer.

    Environmental Learning Center

    Explore outdoors and learn more about watersheds and environmental education.

    Haggart Observatory

    See the stars during a visit to the astronomical observatory at the ELC.

    Community Gardens

    Grow vegetables and flowers in your own gardening spot at CCC’s Community Gardens.

    College Art Collection

    Enjoy the college’s impressive collection of artwork across the Oregon City campus, and new see new exhibits in the Alexander Gallery.

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CCC Expands Energy and Resource Management Program

Clackamas Community College is expanding its Energy and Utility Resource Management program to help meet the need for skilled utility workers. CCC’s Wilsonville campus will offer two new pathway certificates beginning fall 2014 for Utility Field Technician and Occupational Health and Safety.  Full Story
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‘Sundays at Seven’ Presents Merideth Kaye Clark

Clackamas Repertory Theatre continues its new Sunday cabaret series “Sundays at Seven” on August 17 with Merideth Kaye Clark. The actress played the lead role in the 2013 Clackamas Rep production of “Kiss Me Kate.”  Full Story
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Metro Grant Supports ELC Restoration

The Environmental Learning Center is one of 27 projects that will benefit from Metro’s Nature in Neighborhoods grant program. Metro recently awarded an $868,342 grant to fund site restoration at the Clackamas Community College’s ELC on the Oregon City campus. Full Story

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