Oregon has 17 community colleges, offering a wide array of programs at campuses and centers throughout the state. Oregon community colleges offer certificates and two-year degrees, customized workforce training programs designed to meet community needs,
degrees and coursework to transfer to a four-year university, and more. Some community colleges in Oregon offer four-year degrees as well. Get started with exploring the many opportunities at Oregon’s community colleges by clicking on the links below.
Explore the 17 Community Colleges
Click on each college name below for the campus website and key links to help you explore your options. You will find links for admissions and getting started, tuition and fees, college costs, and financial aid.
Stay Engaged in Public Processes Related to Oregon Community Colleges
Stay connected with the State of Oregon’s work to support community college opportunities for Oregonians! As a
policy and funding coordinating agency, the HECC works closely with the 17 colleges and partners. The community colleges are governed by locally elected boards. Find out how to stay involved here: Engage in Our Public Policy and Funding Work.
Plan and Pay for College
Financial aid can help you afford your education after high school. Go to OregonStudentAid.gov to apply for grants and scholarships, get help completing financial aid applications, and learn about preparing for college, training, and careers.
Research College Costs
The most up-to-date college cost information is located on the website for the college, university or program that interests you. There are also national resources below where you can compare costs. In addition, the HECC posts an overview of standard student budgets at Oregon institutions on the
OregonStudentAid.gov publications page here.