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Register for Classes
The resources on this page and the Registration and Records Department at CCC are here to help you:
Are you ready to register for classes at CCC?
If you are registering for classes to earn college credit, first make sure you've completed your getting started steps. If you've taken these steps, congratulations! You are ready to register for your classes.
- Apply to CCC
- Apply for financial aid and scholarships (if applicable)
- Submit previous college transcripts (if applicable)
- Determine placement for math and writing classes
- Complete the new student orientation
If you want to register for non-credit classes for fun or personal enrichment, you can skip these steps.
For most credit classes, you can register yourself online in Self Service in myClackamas. For instructions on how to register for classes in myClackamas, see the videos and guides on the Advising webpage. You can also schedule an appointment with an advisor from this page.
Welcome back! If you've taken a break from college and are returning to CCC, you'll need to log in to myClackamas to register. If you've forgotten your myClackamas login information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and date of birth.
Winter Term 2023
|Credits||Fall Term Date||Times|
|Veterans||Monday, Nov. 14, 2022||Noon|
|80+ credits||Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2022||8 a.m.|
|60-79 credits||Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2022||Noon|
|40-59 credits||Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2022||8 a.m.|
|30-39 credits||Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2022||Noon|
|20-29 credits||Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022||8 a.m.|
|6-19 credits||Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022||Noon|
|1-5 credits||Friday, Nov. 18, 2022||8 a.m.|
|Open registration||Friday, Nov. 18, 2022||Noon|
Learn how to register and get help
Academic advisors are available to help new and returning students.
Classes in person and online
While continuing to offer a range of online and remote class options, CCC is increasing the number of in-person classes available. Due to COVID-19, the college may need to transition some courses from in-person to online on short notice. This could happen for a week or a few weeks depending on the severity of a surge in positive cases in Clackamas County. We will do everything we can to support you in this situation and feel it is important for you to know this could happen as you register for classes. For details on the Return to Campus Guide and on-campus activities, visit the Return to Campus page.