• Counseling

    Counseling

    Career Direction and Support for College Success

    Counselors are available to provide retention and support services which help students benefit from their experience at Clackamas Community College. Counselors at CCC help students develop career goals and to design a path of education or training that will help them reach those goals. Short term personal counseling and referrals to community resources are provided to students to help identify and overcome barriers that are interfering with success. Counselors also teach courses related to academic strategies and applied life skills. These classes are designed to improve career, personal, and academic achievement.

  • How we can help

    A Counselor can meet with you in a confidential setting to discuss personal issues that are a barrier to your success in college, to explore career options, or to make referrals to community resources. Some of the topics that a Counselor may be able to help with include:

    • Career exploration
    • Choosing a major
    • Time and stress management
    • Personal issues impacting success
    • Accessing campus resources
    • Overcoming barriers to learning
    Appointments

    Personal and Career counseling appointments are available by calling 503-594-3176, by email at counseling@clackamas.edu or by filling out the form below. You may also choose to explore the Clackamas Ulifeline.org website. The Ulifeline website offers allows you to browse mental health and addictions issues anonymously and it provides you with a self-evaluation tool. The self-evaluation tool can be completed for yourself, a friend, or by an instructor about a student and can help you determine if you (or your friend or student) should consider seeking additional help. It also provides contact information for our counseling department, as well as some other local treatment resources.

    Request an appointment to see a CCC Counselor

    Drop-in hours

    Monday

    • 8am - 10am: Casey Sims (B-250)
    • 1pm - 3pm: Margie Gibler (CC-130)

    Tuesday

    • 9am - noon: Margie Gibler (CC-130)
    • 12:30pm - 2:30pm: Casey Sims (B-250)

    Wednesday

    • 9am - 11am: Lupe Martinez (D-140)
    • 11am - 2pm: Ignacio Gonzales-Reyes (CC-130)
    • 2pm - 4pm: Stephanie Schaefer (M-247)

    Thursday

    • 9am - 11am: Stephanie Schaefer (M-247)
    •  11am - 2pm: Ignacio Gonzales-Reyes (CC-130)

    Friday

    • 9am - 11am: Lupe Martinez (D-140)
    • 12:20pm - 2:30pm: Katie Woods (CC-131)

     

    Human Development courses
    The CCC Counselors also teach many Human Development elective courses that focus on personal growth related to success, both in college and in life. Check the current Human Development courses being offered this term. Classes start throughout the term and many are offered in weekend or online format.
  • Contact our Counseling Department

    Oregon City - 19600 Molalla Avenue, Oregon City, Oregon 97045

    Email us: counseling@clackamas.edu

    Call us: 503-594-3176

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