• Petition for Graduation

    Grad 04It is strongly recommended that students submit a Petition for Graduation two terms from their anticipated term of completion!  (i.e. Spring term graduates should apply during Fall term).  CCC does accept Petitions for Graduation up until the sixth week of each term to graduate during the current term.

    Two ways to Petition for Graduation

    Students can either Petition for Graduation by completing the Petition for Graduation form online by logging into myClackamas.

    PDF instructions for myClackamas

    How do you know if you are ready to Petition for Graduation?

    Catalog Students have the choice of the current catalog year or using the catalog year that is no more than five years old (i.e. in 2013-2014 catalog year; the oldest catalog that can be used is 2008-2009) and the student must have earned at least 1 credit during the catalog year selected.

  • Contact our Graduation Services Office

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

    Email us: gradservices@clackamas.edu

    Call us: 503-594-6651

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