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Have a question about CCC Workforce Training?

Contact Leah Olson, Community Ed. Coordinator, at 503-338-2408 or by email at lolson@clatsopcc.edu

Upcoming Workforce Training Classes & Workshops

Spring Term is around the corner.

Which means it is time to begin thinking about what Workforce Training classes and/or workshops you’d like to take at CCC. Registration opens May 15 and classes begin September 24th 

* = Classes offered regularly

Simultaneous Enrollment is a great opportunity for high school students to attend classes at Clatsop Community College. Students simultaneously earn credit toward high school graduation requirements and college credits from a regionally accredited community college.

 

College classes taken as a high school student may or may not count toward your college degree. Oregon University System institutions will accept college credits earned that are 100-level and above. Some private colleges and universities may not accept college credit that you earned while still in high school.

Simultaneous Enrollment is an outstanding opportunity for a student to get a head start on their college plans. Most high school students excel at Clatsop, but it is not for everyone. College classes offer more flexibility and independence than high school classes. Simultaneous Enrollment students are held to the same standards as any other college student. This may present some challenges for those students who are not ready for the self discipline that college requires.

In most cases, yes. Simultaneous Enrollment students usually take one or two classes at Clatsop and continue attending high school for their other classes. Clatsop classes can be taken during regular high school hours or in the evenings, depending on your high school schedule.

Students are responsible for the cost of tuition, fees, books, supplies, and for their own transportation to and from Clatsop. Some high schools pay for these expenses through the Expanded Options Program.

Students are responsible for the cost of tuition, fees, books, supplies, and for their own transportation to and from Clatsop. Some high schools pay for these expenses through the Expanded Options Program.