• Our Purpose, Mission, Core Themes, and Code of Ethics

    Our Purpose

    Creating lifetime opportunities for success through responsive education.

    Our Mission

    To serve the people of the college district with high quality education and training opportunities that are accessible to all students, adaptable to changing needs, and accountable to the community we serve.

    Our Core Themes

    Our core themes describe the essential elements of our mission fulfillment. They are:

    • Academic Transfer - We provide education that results in successful academic transfer to a four-year institution.
    • Career and Technical Education - We provide education and training that reflect the economic needs of the community and region and lead to successfully attaining employment.
    • Essential Skills - We provide education that supports high school completion and learning English, and develops essential skills such as mathematics, reading and writing.
    • Lifelong Learning - We provide diverse special events, enrichment programs, and continuing education opportunities and develop strong partnerships with our community agencies.

    Our Code of Ethics

    To perform our jobs in a way that fosters personal growth and academic excellence, recognizes the inherent goodness of all people, models personal and academic integrity, respects diversity, and shows concern for the needs and feelings of others. 

    Visions to Reality

    Clackamas Community College is a values-driven organization. Over 45 years, college staff has worked hard to develop the CCC purpose, values and ethics. These form the guideposts on our journey from visions to reality.  

    Visions to Reality provides an overview of the ongoing planning process as well as the decentralized decision making CCC practices, which values the role and input of each employee.  

    Please click here to read more about Visions to Reality. 

     

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CCC Expands Energy and Resource Management Program

Clackamas Community College is expanding its Energy and Utility Resource Management program to help meet the need for skilled utility workers. CCC’s Wilsonville campus will offer two new pathway certificates beginning fall 2014 for Utility Field Technician and Occupational Health and Safety.  Full Story
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‘Sundays at Seven’ Presents Merideth Kaye Clark

Clackamas Repertory Theatre continues its new Sunday cabaret series “Sundays at Seven” on August 17 with Merideth Kaye Clark. The actress played the lead role in the 2013 Clackamas Rep production of “Kiss Me Kate.”  Full Story
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Metro Grant Supports ELC Restoration

The Environmental Learning Center is one of 27 projects that will benefit from Metro’s Nature in Neighborhoods grant program. Metro recently awarded an $868,342 grant to fund site restoration at the Clackamas Community College’s ELC on the Oregon City campus. Full Story

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