Rock Creek Campus
Dr. Chris Villa began his tenure as Rock Creek Campus president in August of 2018.
Boosted by Rock Creek’s sustainability efforts, PCC has been Tree Campus USA certified since 2016.
Graduates of career technical education programs, like Caterpillar's ThinkBIG, are bridging the skills gap in Oregon’s high-wage, high-demand fields.
Opened in 1976, Rock Creek serves approximately 18,000 students, primarily from Washington County, on its 260-acre campus.
The Landscape Technology program offers three degrees and two certificates to help students pursue a variety of career paths.
The Auto Collision Repair Technology program at Rock Creek is one of the largest and most reputable programs on the West Coast.
PCC Rock Creek, a critical resource for Washington County, is located 12 miles west of downtown Portland. Its 260-acre campus includes woodlands, wetlands and grassland, a diverse collection of farm animals, 14 career tech programs and a 3.6 acre Learning Garden. Approximately 66 percent of Rock Creek students enroll in the college transfer program and approximately 18 percent of students enroll in career/technical programs. Rock Creek serves approximately 20,000 students a year. Rock Creek is led by Campus President Chris Villa.
Rock Creek by the numbers
Total campus acreage
Square foot airplane hangar
Permanent art installations
Rock Creek’s opening date
News from Rock Creek
- Finding TLC Through Yoga, Meditation
- May 14, 2020
- The centers launched "Wellness Wednesday" and "Mindful Monday" to create an opportunity for a gathering that allows faculty and staff to build community and take care of each other
- STEAM-ing Forward
- May 4, 2020
- PCC’s Nermine Ramadan is inspiring women to enter the sciences
- View more ...
Rock Creek is served by three transit lines. Next arrivals:
Come visit PCC Rock Creek
Rock Creek student resource centers
Unique programs at Rock Creek
PCC has more than 100 academic programs – see all programs
Things to do and see
At the Helzer Art Gallery: