• CCC Degree Partnerships

    Degree Partnerships

    If your goal is a four-year degree, Clackamas Community College degree partnerships can help you get there, saving time and money in the process.

    We offer degree partnerships – or dual enrollments – at three Oregon universities: Oregon Institute of Technology, Oregon State and Portland State. The process is easy. Completing one application enrolls you both at CCC and your partnership school of choice and starts you on a seamless path to your degree.

    Benefits of degree partnerships include:

    • Lower tuition costs
    • One application and one application fee
    • Easier transition from community college to university
    • Coordinated financial aid for qualified students
    • Four-year school advisors available at both campuses
    • Flexible scheduling with more course options
    • Access to student services, college facilities and campus activities at both institutions

    To Apply

     Follow these easy links to apply at your partnership school of choice: 

    Contact a Clackamas Community College academic advisor to learn more about degree partnerships:

    • Oregon City campus Advising: 503-594-3475
    •  Harmony campus Advising: 503-594-0625
    • Wilsonville campus Advising: 503-594-0944
  • Contact our Advising Department

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

    Email us: advising@clackamas.edu

    Call us: 503-594-3475

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