• CCC Bookstore

    BookstoreThe Bookstore is the place to shop for almost everything a student needs for college. Items in stock include new and used textbooks, e-books, study aids, calculators, flash drives, art, drafting and office supplies, sundries, stamps, school supplies, greeting cards, general books, CCC clothing, snacks, candy, cold drinks and ice cream. Tri-Met bus passes and tickets are available at the Oregon City store only. The Harmony store also stocks items needed for the Nursing and Allied Health programs including scrubs, lab coats, name tags and stethoscopes. The Bookstore offers a special order service for many items not normally stocked.

    Textbooks are available for shipment or reservation online at www.cccbooks.com  . Textbooks can also be shipped to the Wilsonville campus when ordered online through the bookstore.

    Students may sell their unwanted new and used books for cash at the Bookstore. Books may be worth up to 50% of the original price. Receipts are not needed for textbook buyback. While textbook buyback is open most of the year, students are encouraged to sell their books at term ending when prices are usually better.

     

  • Contact our Bookstore

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

    Email us: bookstore@clackamas.edu

    Call us: 503-594-6500

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