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College offers one-third as many in-person classes as pre-pandemic

By Joson Baldridge / December 13, 2021

In-person classes pre-Covid were just classes, and online learning was a small percentage of the overall courses offered at Clackamas Community College.  While CCC is trying to ramp up a “return to campus,” only 463 classes were held entirely in-person in the fall 2021 term, about one-third as many as before the pandemic in the…

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Sue Mach proposes a new program

By Lizzy Marine / March 1, 2021

Sue Mach has a new idea to give people the chance to follow their dreams. Mach is a playwright and has been a professor at Clackamas Community College for the last 25 years. Mach proposed an idea of a “Transition Year” to Tim Cook, the college president, at an 11@11 meeting. Her idea is to…

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Fall term to be online: registration begins June 1

By Laura Canida / May 20, 2020

Story by Laura Canida With uncertainty amid the coronavirus pandemic, Clackamas Community College has decided that classes will continue online in the fall.   The fall registration date has moved to June 1 to allow faculty more time to move classes online. According to an-all staff email from Tim Cook sent on May 12, this will…

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Winter registration is about to begin

By Clackamas Print / November 6, 2019

Story by Laura Canida Get ready, winter term is almost here. Winter registration begins Thursday, November 12. The class schedule will be online Thursday, November 7 for new students, and is currently available through myClackamas for returning students. Registration for CCC classes varies depending on the type of course you want to take. Class registration…

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Trees Rejoice: College stops printing 1/2 million schedules

By Laura Canida / October 30, 2019

  Story by Laura Canida For the first time in many years, the college stopped sending home the schedule of classes. Clackamas Community College was one of the last remaining community colleges  in the state to still mail printed schedules to the community. Many institutions had already moved to a newsletter or a magazine; according…

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News Briefs

By Clackamas Print / October 23, 2019

  Blood Drive Come out and help support local patients by donating at the upcoming Harmony Campus blood drive. Bloodworks NW provides 55% of the blood in the Portland area, and they are the sole providers to all Providence and Legacy hospitals in Oregon along with more than 90 other hospitals in the Pacific Northwest.…

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Get creative this spring

By Marjorie Guttery / March 14, 2017

College offers a plethora of art classes to take next term By Marjorie Guttery A common misconception about art classes is that they are easy and don’t take much effort. In reality, art classes can be challenging, but extremely rewarding. Taking an art class can build a positive outlook towards one’s own creative output. Clackamas…

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