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ASG prepares for the near future after successful fall term

By Jonathan Villagomez / December 9, 2020

The Clackamas Community College Associated Student Government (ASG) team met with a lot of hurdles this year, but was still highly active even if the current pandemic made it harder to do so. From their weekly food pantry to their ASG grants to help students pay for college, students continued in helping the community during…

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Tuition set to increase starting summer term

By Zachary Whitley / May 27, 2020

Clackamas Community College’s Board of Education voted to raise in-state tuition by $5 for the 2020-2021 school year at its March 11 meeting. Where tuition was previously $103 per credit hour, it will be $108 per credit starting in summer term. The cost of a typical four-credit class will be $432, compared to the previous…

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CCC refunds late and deferred payment fees that cannot be paid with financial aid

By Zachary Whitley / March 10, 2020

The college is refunding nearly $50,000 in institutional fees to hundreds of students. In December of 2019, the college learned from the Department of Education that certain types of fees should not be covered by financial aid funds. As a result, Clackamas Community College is refunding these fees from the 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 academic years.…

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CCC Wins Metallica Grant

By Clackamas Print / March 3, 2020

  Story by Rebekah Thompson and Lauren Kinney Metallica is providing students with titanium-strength support for rock-solid careers in the manufacturing and building industries. The band set up a nonprofit organization called the Metallica Scholars Initiative with a goal to give back to the communities where they’ve performed. This year, Clackamas Community College won the…

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CCC and Oregon City Library partner to bring One City, One Book

By Clackamas Print / February 18, 2020

Story By Andrew Griffin Today, it seems as if reading books is a dying pastime. Rarely anyone seems to be able to say that they have picked up and read a book from start to finish outside of a classroom setting. Fortunately, there’s a new plan to get more people into reading right here in…

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Clackamas students among those affected by Concordia University closing

By Laura Canida / February 11, 2020

Story By Laura Canida Two former Clackamas Community College students are among those left in a lurch after the announcement on Monday that Concordia University is closing. Natalia Rodriguez was a student at CCC from fall of 2017 to spring of 2019 and a Concordia student from fall of 2019 until now. “I was going…

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College hosts violent intruder training

By Laura Canida / February 5, 2020

Story by Laura Canida Few people will ever face an active shooter in the school or workplace. However, it is important to know what to do if you find yourself in a potentially threatening situation. College Safety hosted a “Violent Intruder Response Training” on Thursday, Jan. 30. The 90-minute training was led by Lt. Anthony…

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CCC Automotive Department prepares to reveal $5.7 million dollar expansion

By Clackamas Print / January 28, 2020

Story by Jakob Kaiser Photo by Jordy Villagomez With the grand reveal of Clackamas Community College’s new automotive expansion right around the corner, we went in for a first-hand look at everything this incredible revamp has to offer for the program. First off, anyone who has taken part in any automotive courses here will know…

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Food choices available at CCC

By Laura Canida / December 10, 2019

Story by Laura Canida If you are new to Clackamas Community College, you may not be aware of the changes that occurred over the summer to the food choices on campus. Options have been reduced in the Cougar Café, vending machines were added and food trucks were introduced. The changes have been met with some…

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Spirit Week

By Clackamas Print / November 26, 2019
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