Welcome Week Virtual Clubs and Resources Fair

Welcome to fall term at CCC! We may not all be on campus together, but there are still so many opportunities to stay connected. This year, the fall welcome week clubs and resources fair is going virtual. Between Sept. 28 and Oct. 9 there will be live games and info sessions and chances to win prizes! Explore the information on this page for an introduction to student life at CCC and lots of ways to get involved.

Welcome message from CCC President Tim Cook

Thanks for visiting the Virtual Clubs and Resources Fair. Enter your name and email below to be entered to win an Amazon gift card and let us know if you have any questions for us!


  • Oct 9

    Fun and Games with Phi Theta Kappa week 2

    Friday, Oct. 9, 11-12:30p.m. | Zoom meeting | More info


Associated Student Government

Students helping students! ASG is here to represent and support students at CCC. Stop by a meeting (every Wednesday from 3-5 p.m. through Zoom) or any event, and learn how to get involved. Visit our website to learn more about how we can make your college experience a great one!

Associated Student Government Grants

ASG Grants are offered each term to help students with expenses for childcare, textbooks, fees, veterans (books), and transportation.  Apply online.  Fall term grant deadline is Oct. 2 at 5 p.m. 

Career Center

The Career Center is your one-stop resource for career and employment services where you can receive one-on-one coaching for any phase of your career path. Whether you are just getting started or want to make a change, we can help you choose a program, develop a plan, and find your dream job.

College Relations and Marketing

The College Relations and Marketing team welcomes you to fall term. We are here for you to help you stay connected and informed! Check out resources and information for fall term on the student resources page and check myClackamas for the latest updates, opportunities and virtual events for students.

Constitution Day

Constitution Day was Sept. 17.  Celebrate the anniversary of the signing of the US Constitution!


At Clackamas Community College, we take mental health and wellness seriously. That’s why we offer free counseling services to our students. We can help if you’re struggling and in need of therapy, advice or resources.

Disability Resource Center

The Disability Resource Center (DRC) provides services that are designed to support student success by creating a welcoming, inclusive and accessible environment. If you have a history of receiving accommodations or just have questions on how to qualify for services, we welcome you to call or email so we can assist you.

Drug and Alcohol Prevention

Expanded Options/Early College Program

Expanded Options/Early College allows students to take classes at the college campus or online. Students must be referred by their school district/high school in order to participate. Classes are charged at the regular tuition and course fees, paid for by the school district/high school. 

Financial Aid

Financial aid is available to help you achieve your educational goals. The CCC Financial Aid Office provides access to grants, scholarships, work-study and loans to help pay for school. You must fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year you attend college to qualify to receive financial aid. The FAFSA is available starting Oct. 1 each year and must be completed annually.

Hazing Awareness


The CCC Library provides user-friendly research tools, relevant resources, customized library instruction and welcoming, inclusive spaces for the CCC community. We have a lot to offer - let us know how we can help you! The Library resources are still available online while the campus is closed. 

Multicultural Center

The Multicultural Center celebrates the diversity of our students and staff and provides support services and educational opportunities to our college community. We strive to bring awareness and support for all underrepresented groups at Clackamas Community College.  Students from underrepresented populations are especially encouraged to join a leadership role within the Multicultural Center.

Music Department

CCC's Music Department offers performance opportunities for music majors, non-majors and community members alike - even online! Vocalists and instrumentalists can register for chamber or mainstream choir, wind ensemble, jazz band, classical guitar ensemble and more. Students can also explore the production side of music with tech classes in audio recording and electronic music creation.

Sexual Harassment Information and Resources

Tutoring (online)

The Tutoring Center offers a welcoming environment for students to get the academic support they need to be successful.  We have lots of options for online tutoring through WCOnline, Zoom, and Smarthinking.


The Transportation Office is hosting focus groups to hear from you! If you live, work, study, or play in Oregon City, we want to hear from you! Help Oregon City build a vision for the future.

Voter registration

  • You can register to vote online! Update your name, political party, or address. Your registration must be submitted by Oct. 13 to vote in the November election.

Workforce Development

CCC's Workforce Services provides employment and training for Clackamas County businesses and job seekers. Contact us today to learn more about our innovative, no-cost services.


Are you looking for quality child care while you are at work or school? Clackamas Community College and YMCA offer a five-star child care program on our CCC Oregon City campus.  Our center is located in the Family Resource Center and offers affordable, flexible child care for children ages six weeks to 12 years. Space is limited in the child care program, and pre-enrollment is necessary. Financial aid from the YMCA is available.


Alpha Xi Zeta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa

Alpha Xi Zeta is the local chapter of Phi Theta Kappa the honor society for two-year colleges.  Explore the info below to learn more, or email us at phitk@clackamas.edu.

American Sign Language Club

The ASL club is here for you! Come hang out with us to practice and learn sign language and the deaf culture.

Gap Bible Club

The purpose of the GAP Bible Club is to coach students in understanding God and the Bible, as well as following God’s mission and vision for their lives. We do this by meeting for Bible studies and prayer meetings as well as other supplemental meetings and activities.

Northwest Collegiate Ministries

The purpose of NCM is to love God, reach out to all people, and to minister to students in Jesus Christ to develop into mature Christians who impact our community and the world.


CCC STEM Club's purpose is to promote the knowledge of and encourage the participation in science, technology, engineering and math related fields. We want those attending our meetings to feel comfortable sharing their ideas with others and participating in valuable discussions to educate themselves and expand their horizons. Ultimately, we strive to support the students at Clackamas Community College so that they may grow and succeed in whichever field they choose.

Unidos Club

The purpose of Unidos is to unite the Latino/Chicano student body without limit or exclusion. To inform the community of Latina/Chicana/Hispanic American History, Culture and promote diversity in the area. To serve the community at large, and especially provide service to the Latino community. Join us to learn more!


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