Campuses, Buildings + Hours
- Events and Conference Services
- CCC Library
- Food on Campus
- Environmental Learning Center
- Haggart Observatory
- Men's Basketball
- Women's Basketball
- Women's Soccer
- Cross Country
- Track and Field
- Inside Athletics
- Special Events
- Youth Camps + Clinics
- Arts + Performance
- College Safety
- Student Services
- Student Involvement
- Career Center
All members of the college community have an important role to play in helping make CCC a safe and inviting place.
In Case of EmergencyIn case of an emergency, dial 9-1-1. In the case of an urgent need of a College Safety officer, call the duty officer's phone at 503-594-6650.
If you witness a crime, suspicious activity or have observed a crime after the fact, please contact the on-duty officer at 503-594-6650 or ext. 6650 from any campus phone. If the crime is in progress, call 9-1-1 right away. To learn how to respond in a variety of emergencies, please review our Emergency Safety Guide.
College Safety keeps students safe by
- Patrolling CCC campuses in Oregon City, Harmony and Wilsonville
- Investigating crimes and preparing reports
- Responding to emergencies
- Providing security escorts/courtesy walk-outs
- Giving directions and campus information
- Instructing safety classes
- Aiding with vehicle assistance
Get Emergency Messages from CCC
Rave Alert is Clackamas Community College's phone, text message and email emergency notification system. It allows you to quickly receive emergency communications and other important information via phone, text message and email. Notifications may be about inclement weather alerts or other emergency communications. Rave Alert system will NOT charge you in any way. Standard or other messaging charges apply depending upon your wireless carrier plan and subscription details. You should review your profile periodically to ensure that it is up to date.
To manage your account, go to www.getrave.com/login/clackamas. Your CCC email username (e.g., John Smith) and password is your login and password for Rave Alert. If you need assistance, please contact the Public Information Officer at email@example.com or 503-594-3162.
College Closure Procedure
If a closure or late start is declared due to an emergency or inclement weather, here is how the college will communicate with students, staff and faculty:
- FlashAlert to media outlets
- All-staff email
- Student email
- Text message
- Social media - Facebook and Twitter
- College phone greeting
If the college is closed, all campuses are closed, all athletics are canceled and shuttle service is stopped. Child care services may also close.
If the college issues a late start, all classes, events and activities on all CCC campuses are canceled until 10 a.m. If a class is scheduled to be in progress at 10 a.m., those classes will begin at 10 a.m. and run until their scheduled end time. Shuttle services will begin at 8:45 a.m.
Evening class closure
Should inclement weather hit in the afternoon or evening, a closure will be determined by 3 p.m. when possible. In the event of evening closure, the college will close at 5 p.m., but all classes beginning on or after 4 p.m. will be canceled.
Crime Reporting - Clery Act/DCS Report
The Federal Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 11/10 (U.S. Public Law 101-542) requires that all colleges and universities make available statistics of crimes, which is conducted through appropriate publications, on an annual basis.
The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA) also requires that colleges and universities publish certain information on their websites for all potential and enrolled students and employees.
We are committed to assisting all members of the CCC community in providing for their own safety and security. Each year the college updates its security report, which discloses the procedures, practices and programs CCC uses to keep students and employees safe and its facilities secure.
All members of the college community are required to notify College Safety of any situation or incident on our campuses that involves a significant emergency or dangerous situation that may involve an immediate or ongoing threat to the health and safety of students and/or employees on campus.
Information in the report includes:
- Procedures for reporting crimes and emergencies
- Alcohol and other drug use policies
- Student conduct and disciplinary policy
- Sexual and gender-based misconduct policy
- Student conduct system