• CCC General Education Development (GED) 

    GEDEarning your General Education Development (GED) can be the first step to a better job or new opportunities in life.

    If your goal is to complete your GED, Clackamas Community College offers classes day and evenings at both our Oregon City and Harmony campuses. We also offer GED in Spanish.

    GED prep classes help you master basic skills, preparing you to earn the high school equivalency certificate by passing the GED test. A fee is charged each term for the class.

    You’ll find the current class schedule in the CCC Schedule of Classes.

    Students must be at least 16 years old to participate in the GED program; those under 18 are admitted only with a referral or a letter of release from compulsory attendance obtained from the high school principal or counselor.

    Orientation and registration for GED preparation classes takes place at the Harmony Campus. Department placement assessments are required.

    For information about GED at our CCC Oregon City campus, call 503-594-3395.

    For Harmony campus information, call 503-594-0730.

  • Contact our Advising Department

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

    Email us: advising@clackamas.edu

    Call us: 503-594-3475

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