‘Imagine Clackamas’ Community Survey Launches Nov. 19

 Clackamas Community College is looking for feedback from the community. The Imagine Clackamas online community survey will launch on Monday, Nov. 19.

CCC is nearing its 50th year of service to the district in 2016, and the Board of Education is seeking input from the community to shape the future. The Imagine Clackamas survey asks community members, as well as students, what they value most about CCC and how the college can best meet training and education needs in the future.

The Imagine Clackamas survey will be available at the college’s homepage, www.clackamas.edu. People who complete the survey may then be entered into a drawing to win prizes including an iPad, tuition waivers, theater tickets and more.

The survey was developed over the past few months through community meetings, one in each of the college district’s seven zones. Suggestions and recommendations gathered from these meetings refined both the scope and the design of the survey.

The survey will be available from November 19 through February 19, 2013. Hard copies of the survey or surveys in languages other than English will be provided by calling 503-594-3015. 

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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