Subscribe to CCC Emergency Closure Messages

 Clackamas Community College communicates emergency closure or late opening information through a variety of channels. Students, staff, parents and community members can receive closure information through the FlashAlert Messenger system.

To subscribe to FlashAlert Messenger, following the following steps:

  • Go to the following link: www.flashalert.net/signup.html
  • Add an organization: Select “Portland/Vanc/Salem,” “Public Colleges and Universities,” and “Clackamas Community College.
  • Select “Manage Your Email/Cell Text Messages Addresses: You may add your phone for texts or two email addresses.

Please be aware that FlashAlert messages travel via the Internet to reach your email or cell phone and may at times be subject to delays.

FlashAlert now offers a smart phone app for both Android and iPhones that delivers messages via high speed “push notifications.”

You can subscribe for push notifications here:

  • Install the app for iPhones, iPod Touch and iPads here.
  • Install the app for Android phones here

Closure and late opening information is available at several other sources including the CCC website, college social media (Facebook and Twitter) and on the main college phone line at 503-594-6000.

For additional information, please contact public information officer Janet Paulson at 503-594-3162 or jpaulson@clackamas.edu

Contact the Public Affairs Office

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

Email us: publicaffairs@clackamas.edu

Call us: 503-594-6000

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