• English as a Second Language at CCC 

    Students 05As an international student or immigrant living here in the United States, you may be looking for language assistance to help you in your personal, professional, or educational goals.

    The English as Second Language Program at Clackamas Community College offers speakers of many different languages the opportunity to attend classes together in a supportive classroom environment. We invite you to take advantage of our ESL course options:

    The English as a Second Language Department at CCC serves resident ESL students through essential course work and related support services that enable students to achieve personal, educational, family and work-related goals.

    The Program for Intensive English serves international students, tourists, and other international visitors. International students need to apply to Clackamas Community College in order to obtain a F1 International Student Visa. Students in the Program for Intensive English pay out-of-state tuition.  

    International Student Application Packet.

    For more information, please visit the ESL department website.

  • Contact our English as a Second Language Department

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

    Email us: nenam@clackamas.edu

    Call us: 503-594-3234

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