Community College Completion Rates in Oregon

  • The community colleges completion rates for first-time, full-time students in Oregon are comprised of approximately 19% (2020).
  • The community colleges completion rates for first-time, full-time students in Oregon are listed below (where sufficient data available).

Community College Completion Rates in Oregon (2020)

  • College Completion Rate Location
  • Rank: #11.
    Carrington College-Portland
    Private, for profit
    67%
    2004 Lloyd Center, 3rd Floor
    Portland OR  97232
    (503)761-6100
  • Rank: #22.
    Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts-Portland
    Private, for profit
    64%
    600 SW 10th Avenue, Suite 500
    Portland OR  97205
    (503)223-2245
  • Rank: #33.
    Concorde Career College-Portland
    Private, for profit
    50%
    1425 NE Irving Street, Bldg 300
    Portland OR  97232
    (503)281-4181
  • Rank: #44.
    Everest College-Portland
    Public
    37%
    600 SW 10th, Suite 400
    Portland OR  97205
    (503)222-3225
  • Rank: #55.29%
    4301 Third St.
    Tillamook OR  97141
    (503)842-8222
  • Rank: #66.
    Mt Hood Community College
    Mt Hood Community College Photo - Mt. Hood Community College Campus
    Public
    23%
    26000 SE Stark St
    Gresham OR  97030
    (503)491-6422
  • Rank: #7-87.-8.
    Clackamas Community College
    Public
    22%
    19600 Molalla Ave
    Oregon City OR  97045
    (503)594-6000
  • Rank: #7-87.-8.22%
    1988 Newmark Ave
    Coos Bay OR  97420
    (541)888-2525
  • Rank: #9-109.-10.
    Clatsop Community College
    Public
    20%
    1651 Lexington Avenue
    Astoria OR  97103
    (503)325-0910
  • Rank: #9-109.-10.20%
    650 College Blvd
    Ontario OR  97914
    (541)881-8822
  • Rank: #1111.19%
    2600 NW College Way
    Bend OR  97701
    (541)383-7500
  • Rank: #1212.
    Linn-Benton Community College
    Linn-Benton Community College Photo - LBCC Courtyard/Library
    Public
    18%
    6500 Pacific Blvd SW
    Albany OR  97321
    (541)917-4999
  • Rank: #1313.16%
    2411 NW Carden Ave
    Pendleton OR  97801
    (541)276-1260
  • Rank: #14-1614.-16.
    Portland Community College
    Public
    15%
    12000 SW 49th Avenue
    Portland OR  97219
    (971)722-6111
  • Rank: #14-1614.-16.
    Umpqua Community College
    Public
    15%
    1140 College Rd.
    Roseburg OR  97470
    (541)440-4600
  • Rank: #14-1614.-16.
    Oregon Coast Community College
    Oregon Coast Community College Photo - OCCC Library and Media Services entrance.
    Public
    15%
    400 SE College Way
    South Beach OR  97366
    (541)265-2283
  • Rank: #17-1817.-18.
    Chemeketa Community College
    Chemeketa Community College Photo - Building 1, Bookstore
    Public
    13%
    4000 Lancaster Dr NE
    Salem OR  97305
    (503)399-5000
  • Rank: #17-1817.-18.13%
    400 E Scenic Dr
    The Dalles OR  97058
    (541)506-6000
  • Rank: #1919.
    Rogue Community College
    Rogue Community College Photo - The RCC Riverside Campus in downtown Medford focuses on college transfer programs. An active student government and frequent interaction between the college and the business community ads to the vibrancy of this urban campus.
    Public
    11%
    3345 Redwood Hwy
    Grants Pass OR  97527
    (541)956-7501
  • Rank: #2020.
    Lane Community College
    Public
    10%
    4000 E 30th Ave
    Eugene OR  97405
    (541)463-3000
  • Rank: #2121.
    Klamath Community College
    Public
    9%
    7390 South Sixth Street
    Klamath Falls OR  97603
    (541)882-3521
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