• Contact for Special Needs 

    Student Accommodations and Disability Resource Services 

    The ADA Coordinator will act as a resource for students regarding any inquiry into the existence and location of services, activities, and location of facilities that are accessible and usable by individuals with disabilities.

    The ADA Coordinator is available to assist any enrolled or prospective student who is disabled. The College will provide academic support services to students with learning disabilities, mobility impairments, hearing impairments, visual impairments and other disabilities. Upon certification of disability by an appropriate medical authority, the ADA Coordinator will ensure that services will be tailored to meet students' needs according to their specific disability and their academic major.

    • Disability Resource Center
      Clackamas Community College
      19600 Molalla Avenue, Oregon City, Oregon 97045 
      Phone: 503.594.6357 | FAX: 503.722.5865 

    Employee and Public Requests for Accommodations

    The HR manager will act as a resource for employees and the public regarding any inquiry into the existence and location of services, activities, and location of facilities that are accessible and usable by individuals with disabilities.

    • Human Resource Center
      Clackamas Community College
      19600 Molalla Avenue, Oregon City, Oregon 97045
      Phone: 503.594.3457 | FAX: 503.650.7348
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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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