• New Student Advising

    AdvisingWelcome to Clackamas Community College! Get answers and register for your classes at a New Student Advising Session (NSA). In these 2-hour sessions we will help you get acquainted with the College and select your first term courses, show you how to navigate your student myClackamas account, and how to register for classes. Click on the "Sign Up" link at the bottom of the page to sign up for an NSA session.


    (these words link to http://www2.clackamas.edu/nsa/calendar.aspx but I would rather we bring it along to the new NSA page and insert on the bottom making one page instead of two. Can we do this? )

    If we insert the calendar, below the calendar it can read:

    *If the session that it most convenient for you is full, you may wish to arrive 20-30 minutes early and be put on the waitlist. We do our best to accommodate walk-ins, and space depends on the number of students who do not show for their chosen time.  

     
  • In these sessions, we will cover:

    • How to navigate your myClackamas account
    • Understanding your degree requirements
    • Student Success and additional College resources
    • How to register for your classes
       Important College information that students should understand

    What to bring:

    • Your placement test scores, SAT/ACT, or unofficial transcripts from an accredited college or university.
      • Please visit the Testing Center for more information about placement testing and SAT/ACT score conversions
    • Pens and/or pencils -- something to take notes with
    • A laptop if you have one.

    Notes:

    • If you have graded college credit in writing and math, please consult with an advisor prior to attending a session.
    • Have CCC credit through your High School? Get a copy of your unofficial transcript from myClackamas or Enrollment Services (located in Rook Hall) prior to attending a session.

  • Students with Disabilities

    The Disability Resource Center provides services in support of the mission of Clackamas Community College. These services are designed to support student success by creating a welcoming, inclusive andaccessible environment at Clackamas Community College. All students who wish to use the resources of the Disability Resource Center must register with the DRC Coordinator and provide documentation to support their request. To make an appointment with the DRC Coordinator, please call (503)594-6357.

  • 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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