Press Releases

English as a Second Language Classes Start This Spring Term

Beginning English as Second Language (ESL) classes start spring term on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4-6 pm at the CCC Lexington campus in Columbia Hall room 114.  The first class date is April 4th. Contact Christine Holland with questions at



GED Orientation March 24/ Orientación de GED, el 24 de marzo (mensaje bilingüe)

Clatsop Community College is holding a GED Orientation on Friday, March 24, from 9:00AM-12:00PM at the Lexington Campus in Astoria in Columbia Hall, Room 114. GED classes are open to students age 16 and older who wish to earn a high school credential. 

 If you are under 18, you must provide a “Release from Compulsory Education” form from your high school before attending classes or taking the GED Tests. GED classes are offered in English or Spanish, and Clatsop Community College also offers ESL classes and tutoring for students.

Astrophysics in Antarctica: What are we doing here? Free and Open to General Public Presentation

Professor Jim Madsen from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls will present the work of the IceCube Collaboration on Thursday, March 16th from 8:30 a.m. to 9:20 a.m. in Towler Hall Rm 106 Physics Lab on the Clatsop Community College Campus. This presentation is open to all interested.

Au Naturel Art Exhibit Awards Announced

The opening reception of Clatsop Community College’s eleventh annual juried art exhibit,  Au Naturel: The Nude in  the 21st Century was held Thursday, February 9th, 2017, in the CCC Royal Nebeker Art Gallery.

Juror Daniel Duford, visiting Associate Professor of Art at Reed College in Portland, Oregon, selected 52 works of art from 440 submitted images. Works on exhibit represent 38 artists from 16 states plus the District of Columbia, in addition to an international artist from France.  16 of the selected artists were present for the reception.

Project Clothesline Shirts Displayed in Towler Hall at CCC

Students of the Women and Social Action Women's Studies class at Clatsop Community College display shirts on campus this month painted by themselves and engaged community members to bring awareness to domestic violence issues. This project is part of the national “Clothesline Project” which started in Cape Cod in 1990 after a woman was murdered by her male partner in their community. The Clothesline Project has become a national demonstration to raise awareness about and fight to end domestic violence.


-A A +A
Edit My CCC Account