• Make-up Exams

    If a CCC student is unable to take an exam with the rest of their class, some instructors may allow the student to test in the Testing Center. Arrangements must first be made with your instructor.

    Your instructor will provide the Testing Center with your test, so make sure you are clear about the CCC campus that is most convenient for for you to take your test.

    As soon as the Testing Center has received your test, you may come in and take the test (no appointment necessary). Be sure to verify the office hours of the CCC Testing Center where you will be taking your test. If you do not have enough time to finish your test before closing, you will not be able to test that day.

    Before you come in to test, make sure you read our Testing Center Guidelines for Students.

    To verify CCC Testing Center office hours, please call the following:

    • Oregon City, Main Campus: 503-594-3283
    • Harmony Campus: 503-594-0636
    • Wilsonville Campus: 503-594-0944
  • Contact our Testing Department

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

    Email us: testing@clackamas.edu

    Call us: 503-594-3283

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