About Community Ed
PCC Community Education offers hundreds of noncredit and CEU classes each term and enrolls more than 25,000 noncredit students each year in Multnomah, Washington, Clackamas, Columbia, and Yamhill counties as well as online.
Enriching lives through lifelong learning.
Provide student-centered, quality, non-credit classes that promote personal exploration and development.
Create and support communities of learners.
Connect people to PCC resources, campuses, and learning opportunities.
Enhance communities by providing accessible, innovative, and diverse education experiences.
Our Values Commitment
PCC’s Community Education program is committed to being a place where we learn from each other and all voices, backgrounds and perspectives are welcomed and respected. We recognize the constant need to evolve in both our understanding and response as we address the needs and interests of our communities. This work of creating an inclusive learning environment belongs to every member of our community. Community Education is a key collaborator in integrating equity, inclusion, and diversity into all aspects of our programming and instruction.
PCC is committed to creating a learning environment that meets the needs of its diverse population. If you anticipate or experience any barriers to learning, discuss your concerns with the instructor. Disability Services coordinates disability related accommodations.
To make a request, contact Disability Services in advance. Click “get started” on the Disability Services website, call 971-722-4341, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn how to register for Driver Education, Motorcycle Rider, Swim, Summer Teen, and online classes.
Due to the college’s remote operations, physical campus bookstores are closed, however you can order textbooks online.