Clackamas Community College

Clackamas At A Glance

Numbers reflect 2019-20 data unless otherwise noted.

Service Area

CCC District: All of Clackamas County except Lake Oswego, Sandy, Damascus, and Boring school districts.

District Population: estimated – County 410,463 (US Census Bureau.  2019 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates, Table S0101, 3/1/2022)

District (83%) = 370,175 (US Census Bureau.  2019 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates, Table S0101. Excluded Lake Oswego and Damascus, 3/1/2022)


Enrollment Statistics

Type Number
Headcount 17,638
Fall Full-time students 1,882
Fall Part-time students 5,564
Fall Non-credit students 3,095
Full-time equivalence 4,772.4
Average age, all students 23
Average age, full-time students 20
Known females 52%
Known males 48%
Non-Binary < 1%
Racial/ethnic known students of color in student body 21%
Degrees/certificates awarded 1,076

For more information on these and other college statistics, contact the Office of Institutional Research & Reporting at 503-594-6140. Financial aid information does not include institutional or scholarship aid. Note: Demographics are provided for students who reported information to the college.


Career Technical: CCC offers more than 100 one-year Certificate of Completion and/or two-year Associate of Applied Science degree programs in career technical career areas.

College Transfer: CCC offers the two-year Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree, completion of which allows the student to meet the general education requirements of the baccalaureate degree program, and have junior standing for the purposes of admission and registration, at any Oregon University System (OUS) institution.

CCC offers the two-year Associate of Science degree, completion of which allows students to take the first two years of articulated coursework at Clackamas Community College and transfer to specific four-year institutions to complete a degree in the designated discipline.

Literacy/Basic Skills: CCC offers individualized instruction in basic academic and study skills, including Adult High School Diploma, General Education Development (GED), English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), alternative schools, and Life & Career Options.

Community Education: CCC offers non-credit personal interest and enrichment courses through district community schools and parks and recreation locations throughout Clackamas County.

Business Training: CCC offers contracted employee training through the Customized Training & Development Services program and assistance to small businesses through the Small Business Development Center.

Pie chart showing Enrollment Breakdown by Student Program; Other 21 percent, College Transfer 25 percent, Technical Degree or Certificate 23 percent, Community Education 28 percent, Developmental Education 2 percent.
Bar graph showing Revenue-General Fund; Property Taxes 36 percent, State Appropriations 32 percent Tuition and Fees 31 percent, Other Revenue 2 percent.
Bar graph showing Expenditures-General Fund; Student Services 12 percent, College Support 25 percent, Plant Operations and Maintenance 6 percent, Instruction 48 percent, Instructional Support 9 percent.