College Success and Career Guidance

Campus Contacts

College Success

College Transfer Elective Courses

CG 100
College Survival and Success
CG 101
Col.Surv & Success: Pers. Resp
CG 105
Scholarships: $$ for College
CG 111A
Study Skills for Coll Learning
CG 111B
Study Skills for Coll Learning
CG 112
Managing Test Anxiety
CG 114
Financial Survival
CG 130
Today's Careers
CG 130H
Intro Today's Careers: Health
CG 140A
Career and Life Planning
CG 144
Intro to Assertiveness
CG 145
Stress Management
CG 146
Value Clarification
CG 147
Decision Making
CG 191
Exploring Identity & Diversity
CG 209
Job Finding Skills

Cooperative Education

CG 280A
CE: Career Development

New Directions - Rock Creek Campus/Washington County

New Directions is a strengths-based, student-centered, supportive learning community dedicated to easing the transition to college and career for single parents, first time and returning students, students who have had significant life changes and shifts prior to their return, etc. This program is for students of all gender-identities, but centers the needs for all women and/or those who identify with the lived experiences of women. Courses offered include: CG100 (3 credits- Fall), CG130 (2 credits- Winter) and WS101 or other course TBD by student and instructor (4 credits- Spring). For more information or to enroll please visit

Transiciones Oeste - Rock Creek Campus

Transiciones Oeste es un programa del desarrollo y planificacion vocacional para madres solteras y amas de casa que han sido desplazadas de su empleo. El programa es gratis. Transiciones Oeste esta localizado en el campus Rock Creek de Portland Community College (PCC). El autoestima, la toma de decisiones, la planificacion vocacional y en como las habilidades de la vida son temas del programa. Transiciones Oeste ayuda a las mujeres con la transicion a una educacion superior y/o a la fuerza de laboral. Para mas informacion llame a la Alicia Gonzalez al 971-722-7437

TRIO SSS Program - Cascade

The TRIO SSS Program provides success based services to students who are low-income, first generation, or who have a documented disability. Eligible students receive free tuition for 3 program classes, a total of 7 credits. TRIO services include individualized academic advising, financial aid advocacy, assistance with scholarship searches, and math and writing tutoring. For more information, visit, stop by the TRIO office at Cascade SSB 301, or call the office at 971-722-5752.