Clackamas Community College
Clackamas Community College is a public, two-year university – level school near Portland, Oregon.
Choosing Clackamas is Smart!
- Located in a safe and historic community
- Fully accredited
- Less expensive than a four-year institution
- Close to ocean beaches and the Cascade Mountains
Clackamas offers two-year degrees as well as certificates in professional/ technical areas. Students who earn a two-year degree may enter an Oregon 4-year university as a third year student. Our students have transferred to the University of Oregon, Portland State University, Boston University, and many more.
Learning English in the Program for Intensive English is Smart!
- Small classes, innovative curriculum and low cost
- Five levels of English classes
- Core classes of reading & writing, conversation, and grammar.
- Elective classes include Idioms, Pronunciation, Vocabulary Building, TOEFL and TOEIC preparation, and Intercultural Communication
- Modern teaching methods promote student interaction
- State-of-the-art computer labs
Clackamas Community College Students
There is no TOEFL required for admission to Clackamas. Students will be tested for English levels when they arrive at the college. If the student needs more English to prepare for college classes, the student will enter the Program for Intensive English. Students who do not need English will enter the college directly and choose from a variety of academic and professional/technical degrees and certificates.
About the region
Clackamas Community College is located in the greater Portland metropolitan area in Oregon City at the end of the historic Oregon Trail. Oregon City has a low crime rate and is a safe community. Bus service between Portland and the college is available.
Portland is well known for having good shopping opportunities with no sales tax. Also, Portland is famous for its good restaurants and active art and music community. It is easy to find interesting things to do in town, but it is also only a short drive from the beautiful Oregon coast or the mountains, where you can enjoy a variety of winter sports opportunities such as snowboarding or skiing. In addition, there are many fine golf courses in the area.
PROGRAMS / CURRICULUM
The college offers certificates in professional/technical areas as well as 2 year Associate of Arts and Science degrees. The Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer (A.A.O.T.) degree can be earned at Clackamas. Students who earn an A.A.O.T. degree may enter an Oregon 4-year university as a third year student.
Class size in the college varies from a minimum of 14 to a maximum of 40.
In college programs, most faculty have master’s degrees, and some have doctorate degrees.
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In addition, homestays are available for those students who want to live with an American family. The following homestay provider can be contacted directly.
Andeo International StudentStays
620 S.E. 5th Ave., Suite 625
Portland, OR 97204
Men’s sports include cross-country, basketball, wrestling, baseball, and track.
Women can compete in soccer, volleyball, cross-country, basketball, softball, and track.