Community College Financial Aid Statistics in Oregon

  • The community colleges in Oregon are comprised of approximately 82% financial aid (2020).
  • The community colleges financial aid in Oregon are listed below (where sufficient data available).

Community College Financial Aid Statistics in Oregon (2020)

  • College Financial Aid Location
  • Rank: #11.
    Concorde Career College-Portland
    Private, for profit
    97%
    1425 NE Irving Street, Bldg 300
    Portland OR  97232
    (503)281-4181
  • Rank: #22.
    Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts-Portland
    Private, for profit
    94%
    600 SW 10th Avenue, Suite 500
    Portland OR  97205
    (503)223-2245
  • Rank: #33.86%
    650 College Blvd
    Ontario OR  97914
    (541)881-8822
  • Rank: #44.
    Umpqua Community College
    Public
    83%
    1140 College Rd.
    Roseburg OR  97470
    (541)440-4600
  • Rank: #5-65.-6.
    Mt Hood Community College
    Mt Hood Community College Photo - Mt. Hood Community College Campus
    Public
    82%
    26000 SE Stark St
    Gresham OR  97030
    (503)491-6422
  • Rank: #5-65.-6.
    Klamath Community College
    Public
    82%
    7390 South Sixth Street
    Klamath Falls OR  97603
    (541)882-3521
  • Rank: #77.78%
    4301 Third St.
    Tillamook OR  97141
    (503)842-8222
  • Rank: #88.75%
    2600 NW College Way
    Bend OR  97701
    (541)383-7500
  • Rank: #99.74%
    400 E Scenic Dr
    The Dalles OR  97058
    (541)506-6000
  • Rank: #1010.
    Clackamas Community College
    Public
    72%
    19600 Molalla Ave
    Oregon City OR  97045
    (503)594-6000
  • Rank: #1111.
    Oregon Coast Community College
    Oregon Coast Community College Photo - OCCC Library and Media Services entrance.
    Public
    71%
    400 SE College Way
    South Beach OR  97366
    (541)265-2283
  • Rank: #1212.
    Portland Community College
    Public
    50%
    12000 SW 49th Avenue
    Portland OR  97219
    (971)722-6111
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