• CCC Adult Basic Education 

    Adult Basic Education

    Improving your basic skills can be the first step toward getting ahead in the job market or in life.

    Clackamas Community College offers basic skills education in reading, math and grammar. Review of basic skills is provided in five general knowledge areas: math, English, reading, science, and social studies.

    Adult Basic Education (ABE) provides individualized, open-entry/open exit classes in a small group setting. One-on-one support from our instructors will help you reach your goals.

    To participate in Adult Basic Education, you must be at least 16 years old. If you are under 18, you may be admitted with a letter of release from compulsory attendance or referral obtained from the district high school.

    Tutoring Services 

    Tutoring Services are available for students in CCC’s ABE/GED/ESL programs. If you’d like more information, please contact Andrea Vergun, Volunteer Tutor Coordinator, at 503-594-3880 or andreav@clackamas.edu

     
  • Contact our Office of Admissions, Registration and Records

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

    Email us: admissions@clackamas.edu

    Call us: 503-594-6100

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