Student Hub

Admissions

The admissions department gets you admitted as a student at CCC. If you are a new or returning student to CCC, please make an admissions appointment. If you are already a student and are looking to register for classes, please click on Advising.

  • Complete the online admissions application for certificates or degree-seeking students.
  • Meet with an Admission counselor to become a student at CCC or become readmitted to CCC.

In-Person
Appointment

This is a one hour long in-person meeting where you can explore your educational options with an admissions counselor and become admitted or re-admitted to CCC.
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Zoom Advising
Appointment

This is a one hour long virtual meeting where you can explore your educational options with an admissions counselor and become admitted or re-admitted to CCC.
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Phone Advising
Appointment

This appointment is a quick informational call to explore your educational options at CCC and get your questions answered.
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Advising & Class Selection

Collaborate with students to select and register for classes, developing an academic plan, discuss degree requirements, solidify academic goals, and provide a list of campus resources.

In-Person
Appointment

This is a one hour long in-person meeting that take place after being admitted to the college. (If you are not an admitted student with a current declared major, please complete the admissions process first)
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Zoom Advising
Appointment

This is a one hour long virtual meeting that takes place after being admitted to the college. (If you are not an admitted student with a current declared major, please complete the admissions process first)
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Phone Advising
Appointment

This appointment is for quick questions only, after having already completed an in-person or zoom advising appointment.
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Financial Aid

The financial aid department handles grants and scholarships for students. Please visit the First Stop in Columbia Hall Rm 109 or call (503) 338-2417 for basic questions about financial aid, scholarships, and turning in financial aid forms. You can pay your student bill at the First Stop.

  • Please email finaid@clatsopcc.edu with questions or concerns about your financial aid account.
  • Please complete your FAFSA application prior to scheduling an appointment with financial aid.
  • Create FSA ID for FAFSA application first (for parent and student).
  • Customer Service Number for FAFSA: 1-800-433-3234

In-Person
Appointment

This is a 15-minute appointment to discuss issue with your financial aid award.
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Phone Call
Appointment

This is a phone call appointment where a financial aid staff will call you to discuss issues with your financial aid award.
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STEP Program

STEP is for Oregon resident students eligible for SNAP who are pursuing a career focused program, building English skills or completing GED® tests. STEP helps students develop a college and career plan to guide their education and career goals.

In order to be eligible for the STEP program, you must be an Oregon resident and be receiving SNAP benefits (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), click below to apply.

In-Person
Appointment

1/2 hour appointment for STEP Program Application or for STEP participant check-in’s.
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Zoom Advising
Appointment

1/2 hour appointment for STEP Program Application or for STEP participant check-in’s.
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Benefits Navigator / Basic Needs Assistance

This department helps students with applying to basic needs services like SNAP (food stamps) and other services.

In-Person
Appointment

1/2 hour appointment to meet with the Benefits Navigator to get help for various basic needs support.
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TRIO Student Support Services (SSS)

TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) is a federally funded program ($348,048 annually) for first generation, low income or disabled students.

TRIO SSS services include:

  • Scholarships
  • Transfer Assistance
  • Career & Major Exploration
  • Lending Library
  • Individual Tutoring in Writing & Math!
  • Take Credit Classes for Free!

This program requires a separate application

Student Access Services

We work with students with disabilities and the campus community to help ensure equal access to CCC’s educational and community programs.

  • Test-taking facilitation for those with testing accommodations (e.g. extended time, distraction reduced)
  • Reasonable classroom accommodations
  • Access to assistive technology
  • Student advocacy for ensuring accommodations are provided
  • Consultations and collaborations with Instructors
  • Consultations with and referrals to off-campus service providers

For more information about Student Access at Clatsop Community College, please see the Student Access Services Handbook.

Counseling Center

At Clatsop Community College, we take mental health and well-being seriously. The Counselor at CCC is here for students and offers secure, confidential appointments remotely.

CCC Counseling Services include:

  • Personal Counseling (Individual & Couples)
  • Crisis Support
  • Resources & Referrals
  • Help with academic concerns such as procrastination, time management & difficulties in class

For more information, please visit the Counseling Center page or email at counseling@clatsopcc.edu.

In-Person
Appointment

Remote
Appointment