Campuses, Buildings + Hours
- Events and Conference Services
- CCC Library
- Food on Campus
- Environmental Learning Center
- Haggart Observatory
- Arts + Performance
- College Safety
- Cougar Connect
- Textbook Rental and Exchange
- College Success and Career Workshops
- Veterans' Services
- Disability Resource Center
- Child Care
- SNAP Training + Employment Program (STEP)
- Student Involvement
- Career Center
All members of the college community have an important role to play in helping make CCC a safe and inviting place.
In Case of EmergencyIn case of an emergency, dial 9-1-1. In the case of an urgent need of a College Safety officer, call the duty officer's phone at 503-594-6650.
If you witness a crime, suspicious activity or have observed a crime after the fact, please contact the on-duty officer at 503-594-6650 or ext. 6650 from any campus phone. If the crime is in progress, call 9-1-1 right away. To learn how to respond in a variety of emergencies, please review our Emergency Safety Guide.
Welcome to the Department of College Safety
Whether you are a student, employee, or guest, the Department of College Safety would like to welcome you to Clackamas Community College. It is the mission of College Safety to provide a safe environment for members of the campus community.
Our department is staffed by professional, certified College Safety Officers, who seek to provide excellent customer-based services to the community in accordance with the goals of the College. College Safety Officers receive state certification first-aid, CPR, and AED training and work closely with our law enforcement partners to maintain a safe and enjoyable campus environment.
The Department of College Safety offers a variety of services to community members and guests. Please take a moment to review the College Safety webpage for a list of services.
We at College Safety encourage your comments and concerns and look forward to helping make your experience at Clackamas Community College an enjoyable one.
If You Are a Victim
The most important single act a victim can engage in immediately is getting to a safe place. A victim should find a place where she or he can feel secure and comfortable.
Victims who are injured should seek immediate medical help. Victims should call 911 or have a friend take them to the hospital or private doctor.
Because being a victim can be both physically and psychologically traumatic in the short and long term, many victims seek the support of family, friends or professionals throughout their recovery. Professional assistance or referrals to assistance may be available through the following resources: