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If your goal is a four-year degree, Clackamas Community College can help you get there! CCC's dual admissions program called Degree Partnerships, allows you to be jointly admitted and enrolled at CCC and one of our partner universities.
The Degree Partnership program allows you to enroll in both schools at the same time and take classes at both institutions. Your financial aid is awarded by one school for your total credits taken at both. Your transcript information is automatically sent to the partner university.
This program is a great option for a smooth transition to a four-year university and it allows you to experience the unique benefits that each institution offers. Save money and experience the great classes at CCC!
What are the benefits for Degree Partnership students?
- Complete one application and pay one application fee for enrollment.
- Access student services, like coordinated financial aid and academic advising at both institutions.
- Maximize your credit transfer.
How does financial aid work for Degree Partnership students?
If you are seeking financial aid under the Degree Partnerships program, you can combine your credits from each institution to be considered a full-time student under federal reporting guidelines.
You will work with CCC and the partner university's financial aid office to designate which school will be considered your "home school" and which school will be the partner school. The home school will distribute your financial aid. You must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours at your home school to receive financial aid benefits.
How To Apply
Contact a CCC advisor to discuss Degree Partnerships or click on the partner university below.
|Partner University||Fall DDP Deadline||Winter DPP Deadline||Spring DPP Deadline||Summer DPP Deadline|
|Oregon State University (OSU)||Sept. 1||Dec. 7||March 1||May 30|
|Oregon Institute of Technology (Oregon Tech)||Oregon Tech has a rolling admission policy, meaning that students can apply and be accepted to the institution throughout the academic year. Students must have a complete application on file with Admissions three weeks prior to the first day of classes. Visit Oregon Tech for specifics.|
|Portland State University (PSU)||Sept. 1||Dec. 5||March 5||May 5|
|Western Oregon University (WOU)||WOU operates on a rolling admissions cycle and reviews applications throughout the year. Applicants can select a start term. Those hoping to enroll in fall are encouraged to apply by February 1. Visit WOU for specifics.|