The National Park Service and Clatsop Community College have entered into a multi-year agreement to collaborate in the study and documentation of several culturally-significant sites that are related to the mission of the Lewis and Clark National Historical Park in Oregon and Washington.
Winter Term at Clatsop Community College begins January 5. Registration is now open for classes in all continuing academic programs, as well as a rich menu of training and personal interest subjects. View courses and register online. Search for the course of your choice by subject or title. You can also register for non-credit training and community education classes at 503-338-2402.
Clatsop Community College is proud to announce that it has been designated a 2015 Military Friendly® School by Victory Media, the leader in successfully connecting the military and civilian worlds. Clatsop Community College’s profile is available in the all-new Schools Matchmaker.
Clatsop Community College has launched a new program that will serve up to 12 first-generation, disabled and/or low-income students and that prioritizes students who are not eligible for federal financial aid. Puerta de Oportunidades is funded by a one-year grant from the Oregon Department of Community Colleges and Workforce Development and is available to students at no cost.
At a special meeting on December 8, 2014, the Clatsop Community College Board of Directors elected two new members to fill recent vacancies resulting from the departures of Dr. Frank Satterwhite and Larry McKinley.
Clatsop Community College proudly announces that all 2014 Nursing Program graduates passed the National Council Licensing Exam (NCLEX-RN); 94% on the first attempt. This exam is sanctioned by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing and represents the final hurdle 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.