Clatsop Community College will participate in the Astoria Bicentennial Super Homecoming by hosting three open houses for former students and community members:
• Thursday, September 15, 3pm – 5pm;
• Friday, September 16, 1pm – 3pm; and Saturday,
• September 17, 1:30pm – 3:30 pm.
The recently renovated Towler Hall (formerly Astoria High School) will be open for wandering down “memory lane”. Campus maps and light refreshments will be available on the 2nd floor near the main Jerome entrance. In addition, the college bookstore will be open and featuring postcards, clothing, decals and other items that sport the new CCC logo and Bandit mascot. You can also enter a drawing for a bookstore gift certificate to be awarded on Saturday, 9/17.
Astoria High School on Jerome Avenue was built in 1909-1910 at a cost of $100,000 and operated until the present high school was constructed in 1957. Renovation of the former Astoria High School into the college’s Towler Hall began in 1962. CCC became the first community college in Oregon to be established in its own quarters. Classes began in September 1962 with 224 registered students. Today, Clatsop Community College serves more than 2,200 students in credit classes and more than 3,000 through workforce training or education for life opportunities.
Please direct inquiries to: Patricia Warren, Director of Advancement, 503-338-2306 or email@example.com.
Clatsop Community College is an affirmative action, equal opportunity institution.