associated student government

Free food program available until mid-December

By Adam Freeman / October 29, 2020

To support Clackamas Community College students and their families, the Associated Student Government has organized a new program for students with food needs. Food is available every two weeks on Wednesdays through Dec.16 on a first request, first serve basis.  Requests must be made to asgfrontdesk@clackamas.edu by students currently enrolled, including name, phone number, household…

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Fall 2019 student guide

By Clackamas Print / October 1, 2019

Story by Zachary Whitley Whether it’s your first term at Clackamas Community College, or you’re many years in, it’s important to know about the many on-campus resources available to you. The Basics: If you’ve never set foot on campus before, you’re gonna want to familiarize yourself with these online and on-campus resources. To access most…

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Recently elected Associated Student Government president Q&A

By Clackamas Print / June 7, 2019

Story by Jonathan Palmer Ashley Magana Mendez was recently elected Associated Student Government president. Magana Mendez graduated from Wilsonville High School in 2017 before coming to the college in the fall of 2018. After two terms Magana Mendez threw her hat into the ring and ran for student president. Much to her own surprise, she…

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Newly elected president decides not to take the position

By Jason Sisson / May 7, 2019

  The annual Associated Student Government elections took place last week, where a president, vice president and amendments to the ASG constitution were voted on. This year only one candidate, Michael Duncan Stevens, running for president, actually made it on the ballot. Despite this, a few candidates, Ashley Magana Mendez and Brandon Orick, launched write-in…

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Clackamas Community College introduces diversity committee

By Clackamas Print / March 12, 2019

Story by Emily Roberts The college created a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion committee in an effort to create an environment that is understanding for students and staff of different backgrounds. “What I noticed when I came here is that there is a lot of interest here in diversity, equity and inclusion, but there’s a lot…

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High school students compete at CCC skills competition

By Clackamas Print / March 5, 2019

Story by Henry Waxenfelter The Clackamas Community College Skills Competition buzzed with excitement on Thursday, Feb. 28. In classrooms around campus, a different kind of person expressed their passions and interests in their own way. Touring through, the feeling of doing something real prevailed. In the art competition, students were chatting and having fun, expounding…

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Clackamas Community College at Winterhawks

By Clackamas Print / February 19, 2019

Story by Rachelle Peiffer On Jan. 22, Tim Cook emailed an invite to Clackamas Community College staff to attend a Portland Winterhawks game. “Since we haven’t had any snow or ice this year (fingers crossed,)let’s get a taste of it at a Portland Winterhawks hockey game,” Cook stated in the email, as at the time…

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Students with disabilities get tools to succeed in college

By Clackamas Print / February 12, 2019

Story by Allie Perkins People with disabilities can have trouble living their lives on a day-to-day basis. This can be especially true when they’re a college student. Luckily, Clackamas Community College can help people who have disabilities. CCC’s Disability Resource Center offers a variety of support for those who have disabilities, both visible and invisible…

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We’ve got plans: Tim Cook speaks in first ever state of the college address

By Clackamas Print / January 29, 2019

By Emily Roberts & Rachelle Peiffer On Friday, Jan. 18, for the first time ever in Clackamas Community College history, a State of the College address was held at the Harmony campus with an audience of around 30 people. A week later, on Friday, Jan. 25, a second address was held at the Oregon City…

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Clackamas Community College student spearheads suicide outreach program

By Victoria Drews / November 27, 2018

Michael Doust, “Mike” for short, is a Clackamas Community College student, veteran, business owner, former union pipe welder and engineer, and a suicide survivor. After an uphill battle reached its climax when he attempted suicide in 2010, Mike has sought to blaze a path to inform and empower others to aid those in need and…

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