Complete Your Placement Assessment


  • COVID-19 Update

    CCC is currently closed to the public through summer term. To help you determine the best math and writing courses to start with prior to registering for classes, we are available to help you complete your placement steps via phone, email and video conference (e.g., Zoom). For more information on our protective efforts, visit

We are excited you are planning to take classes at Clackamas Community College. Placement Advising for Student Success (PASS) is our placement program promoting guided student placements into the highest-level math and writing course in which they are likely to succeed. Getting placed in the right class for you can save you time and money.

Please complete this PASS Intake Survey and one of our PASS advisors will reach out to you to schedule a video/phone conference.

Providing complete information in the survey, including approximate GPA, past math courses, and program interests helps us to process your placement request more quickly.

  • Recent high school graduates or current high school students: Please make sure to include an unofficial high school transcript or screenshot of your current high school classes when requested in the survey to meet placement requirements.
  • Transfer/returning students with previous math and writing college credits: Please include an unofficial copy of your transcript or information about prior courses when requested in the survey. Transfer students can also contact advising at or 503-594-3475 to schedule an appointment.
  • Disability: If you have a disability that prevents or limits you from being able to access this placement survey, we are happy to connect you with the Disability Resource Center to help coordinate your placement process. Call 503-594-6357 or email
  • Apprenticeship or limited-enrollment medical programs: Students applying to apprenticeship programs and some limited-enrollment medical programs may be required to take additional placement tests. We recommend for students to contact programs directly to determine the alternatives to taking the placement tests at this time. If you have any other testing questions, please email

We look forward to assisting you with your math and writing placements. If you have questions after submitting your survey, please email

Placement steps for new students

Step 01

Bring the following placement documents to

Oregon City campus Testing and Placement Center (no appointment necessary) or Harmony campus or Wilsonville campus testing centers (check or availability, see contact information below)

  • Print and complete the PASS intake form. Hard copies are also available in the Testing and Placement Centers
  • Official photo ID (required)

If applicable:

  • High school transcript if you graduated within the past five years (unofficial copy)
  • Previous test scores (Smarter Balanced, SAT, ACT, etc.)
  • Previous college credits earned (AP, IB, ACC, other unofficial college transcripts)
    • Degree- or certificate-seeking students should refer to our Transferring to CCC page on how to submit official college transcripts and test scores to CCC
Step 02

Meet with a PASS advisor (no appointment necessary)

A PASS advisor will meet with you to review your placement documents and educational goals. We’ll help determine your math and writing placements, refer you to meet with a PASS faculty advisor for additional assistance or decide whether placement tests are necessary to assess skill levels.

Step 03

Determine if a placement test is necessary

Placement tests may be necessary for new students when more information is needed to assess math and writing skill levels. Example: a student who has been out of school more than five years or does not have recent test scores.

Note: Students applying to apprenticeship programs and some limited-enrollment medical programs are required to take placement tests.

Placement Advising for Student Success at CCC

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Student services are available remotely Monday-Thursday during summer term. The college is closed Fridays through September 4. Contact the service area for specific hours. Visit the Coronavirus webpage for contact information. The college is working on a re-opening plan which will be announced as information becomes available.

Oregon City Campus

Roger Rook Hall, Room 136
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Summer Term: Closed Fridays

Harmony Community Campus

Call for testing hours

Wilsonville Campus

Call for testing hours