Press Releases

College Seeks Public Comment as Presidential Search Begins

The Clatsop Community College Board of Directors invites the public to review and comment on its Presidential Profile as it begins the search process for a new college president.

Another Perfect Score for CCC Nursing Grads

Clatsop Community College is proud to report that all 2015 Nursing Program graduates passed the National Council Licensing Exam (NCLEX) on their first attempt. This exam is sanctioned by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing and represents the final step towards RN licensure. The exam measures competencies needed to perform safely and effectively as an entry level nurse, and permits the Oregon State Board of Nursing to license those who pass as Registered Nurses. CCC congratulates each of these new Registered Nurses.

CCC Automotive Program Returns to Full Strength

Clatsop Community College’s Automotive Program has returned to 100% strength with Thad Nolan as its full-time instructor assisted by several part-time instructors from the private sector.

CCC Adds New Agriculture and Natural Resources Degree Option

Clatsop Community College announces a new partnership with Tillamook Bay Community College (TBCC) that opens the opportunity of earning an Associate of Applied Science degree in Agriculture and Natural Resources in Clatsop County. Students will be admitted to TBCC and will attend lectures remotely on the CCC campus as well as complete their general requirements at CCC. Field trips in the Tillamook area will be required.

New Leadership at CCC Library

Clatsop Community College has named Luke Kralik as the new Director of the Dora Badollet Library. Kralik, who started in his new position on August 3, served as Library Director/Librarian at Tillamook Bay Community College since January 2011.

Learn About Citizenship Process in Free Seminar

American flag flying in the windAre you eligible to become a US citizen?  Do you want to learn about the application process? 

The U.S. Office of Citizenship and Immigration Services estimates that there are as many as 100,000 Oregon residents who are eligible to apply for citizenship. 

Fall Term Begins Monday, September 28 - Sign Up for Classes Now

Fall term at Clatsop Community College starts September 28 and there is still time to register for classes and qualify for financial aid and scholarships. Early registration will help you get the schedule that meets your needs.

Students registering by Thursday, August 27 will be considered in the next priority review for financial aid—nearly $50,000 in additional aid to be awarded to new and continuing students.   You can search the complete fall schedule online.  The printed schedule mails in late August.   


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