Virtual Student Center

Which Service Are You Looking For?

Reference Guide


Link to schedule an appointment with an individual. Once the appointment is made the student will be emailed with information on how to connect via zoom (video conferencing) for an individual appointment.


Link to send an email to an individual or department.


Number to call an individual or department.


An opportunity to “walk in” to a department or office and someone will be there to answer questions and provide direction.


We offer instruction for students who wish to obtain their GED®, learn skills to prepare for careers or higher education, or to improve basic math, reading or English language skills.


The admissions office has moved to virtual/phone appointments only. Appointments can be scheduled with Appointlet. The meetings can be held via Phone or Zoom.


Students who need advising or assistance choosing classes for next  term should reach out to their faculty advisor. Your advisor is listed in your student portal.

If you don’t have an assigned advisor, please reach out to Helen Fleming, Advising Director, at (503) 338-2474 or email

Counseling Center

The Counseling Center at Clatsop Community College provides both in person and online counseling services.  Sessions are available to students who may be experiencing anxiety and/or depression-related symptoms and would like to speak with a mental health counselor. The counseling sessions are provided for students at no cost.

To schedule an appointment, use the Appointlet link below, or you may call (503) 338-2409.

Financial Aid & Scholarships

CCC’s Financial Aid Office works with all types of programs to help pay for attending CCC. We can answer questions about applying for and receiving funding from, CCC scholarships, Oregon Promise, Pell Grant, Veterans Benefits, student loans and other forms of financial aid.

Help can be provided with completing the FAFSA or ORSAA.

If you need to discuss any matter related to Clatsop Student Financial Aid please call:

If you need to email us documents or have other concerns please use the following email address:

Lives in Transition

The Lives In Transition program provides a trauma-sensitive environment encouraging students to develop greater self-awareness about their educational goals, enhance self-esteem, overcome personal barriers, and establish clear career directions. we offer 2 classes, Overcoming Barriers to Student Success and Life Transitions- tuition free, each class is 3 college credits. 


Registrar’s Office provides the following services to our student and community members: registering for classes, performing transcript evaluation, receiving payments, awarding degrees and certificates, processing grades, perform enrollment and other academic record verification, release of information, non-disclosure, along with general information.

CCC transcripts are sent out via

Student Access Services

Student Access Services continues to provide accommodations as CCC functions in an alternate instructional setting. If you have questions about your current or potential accommodations, please make an appointment to set up a meeting.

Helen Fleming, Director of Access Services
Columbia 115A
(503) 338-2474

TRIO Student Support Services (SSS)

We are a federally funded program serving first generation, low income or disabled students to become strong successful students at Clatsop, leading to graduation and possible transfer to a university. We focus on study strategies, time management, financial aid, scholarships and navigating transferring to a university. We now have a virtual TRIO SSS office. If you would like to make an appointment please click on one of the following:

Veterans Services

For information about veteran’s certification, benefits and billing, please contact:

For Veteran’s and active duty student advising or questions about classes, contact:

Volunteer Literacy / Puertas / IDA

Serves Volunteer Tutors, ESL/Literacy students.

First Stop / Welcome Center

First Stop / Welcome Center, located in the first floor of Columbia Hall, provides the following services to our student and community members: sending out CCC transcripts, registering for classes, receiving payments, perform enrollment and other academic record verification, release of information, non-disclosure, along with general information. The First Stop hours are 8:30 am – 4:00 pm, Monday – Thursday and 8:30 am – 12:00 noon on Fridays. Please email forms and questions to


CCC Email
Campus Safety