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Local Community Colleges in Oregon

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Offers a list of all two-year community colleges and technical schools within Oregon, including brief introduction and official website address.

  • Intended to pursue an associate degree in the state of Oregon? Here is a full list of both public and private community colleges within Oregon.

Eugene, Oregon

According to, Eugene is a city in Oregon, United States, 150 miles south of Portland, 75 miles from the Pacific Coast. The city has 156 185 residents (2010).

Eugene has its name after Eugene Skinner, who founded the first settlement in the area in 1846. The area was previously inhabited by indigenous people of the Kalapuya tribe. The railroad reached Eugene in 1871, accelerating the development of the city as a central place for agriculture and timber operations in the area. The University of Oregon was founded in the city in 1872.

Business is largely based on timber and agricultural products as raw material. In addition, Eugene is a tourist center with its proximity to much-visited national parks.

Apollo College

Medical and dental training school offers career placement, a list of academic programs available and a list of campus locations.

Blue Mountain Community College

Two-year college in Pendleton outlines its programs and activities, and provides a FAQ for prospective students.

Central Oregon Community College

Bend institution claims to be the oldest community college in Oregon. Check out the programs and classes, or visit the library.

Chemeketa Community College

Learn about the programs offered at this two-year college in Salem.

Clackamas Community College

Oregon City college offers one-year certificate programs and two-year associate’s degrees in a variety of subjects.

Clackamas Community College – ESL

School sponsors an English as a second language program geared to international students and immigrants. Find a list of core courses and fees.

Columbia Gorge Community College

Accredited two-year school describes its transfer and degree programs. Located in The Dalles, Oregon.

Klamath Community College

Recently-founded school in Klamath Falls, Ore. offers continuing education and associates degrees. Register for courses.

Lane Community College

College has its main campus in Eugene, with other campuses in Florence and Cottage Grove. Take a photo tour.

Lane Community College

Western Oregon houses this school. Features tuition information, an overview of student services and a list of classes and programs.

Linn-Benton Community College

Explore the catalog and schedule provided by this two-year college in Albany.

Linn-Benton Community College – Library

Follow a link to the library staff, to a magazine or catalog search or to local and state resources.

Mount Hood Community College

Read about the classes and programs hosted by this college in Gresham. Includes evening and weekend classes.

Oregon Coast Community College

Check out this recent addition to the Lincoln county educational landscape. Includes registration information and an academic calendar.

PCC Learning Resource Centers

Portland Community College details its library services, including the use of computers and audiovisual equipment.

Portland Community College

Find out how to enroll, or explore the programs and departments.

Rogue Community College

Browse the degree and certificate programs, GED testing, and the schedule of classes.

Southwestern Oregon – Student Support Services

Explains the services, support and activities related that help needy students succeed in school. Includes newsletters and links.

Southwestern Oregon Community Col. – Early Education

One-year certification program trains childcare, nursery-school and daycare teachers in early-childhood education. Explore courses and policies.

Southwestern Oregon Community College

Only public, post-secondary institution in the region is profiled. Features a student activities overview, course descriptions and a campus map.

Tillamook Bay Community College

Explore this school’s offerings, which include employment opportunities, class schedules, an area map and an academic calendar.

Treasure Valley Community College

Founded in 1962, the school features a list of college departments, a housing overview, an academic calendar and contact information.

Umpqua Community College

Find a map of the Roseburg campus, as well as outlines of student services and campus life.

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