Community College Earnings in Oregon

Community college graduates in Oregon (10 years post graduation) earn approximately $32,700 per year (2022).
The community colleges in Oregon with the highest earning graduates are listed below (where sufficient data available).
Student Earnings Range: $26,600 $51,900 Avg. Student Earnings: $33,952

Community College Earnings in Oregon (2022)

  • College Student Earnings Location
  • Rank: #11.$51,900
    1500 SW Chandler Avenue
    Bend, OR 97702
    (541) 322-3100
  • Rank: #2-32.-3.
    Portland Community College
    Portland Community College Photo - Rock Creek campus - sculpture
    Public
    $38,300
    12000 SW 49th Avenue
    Portland, OR 97219
    (971) 722-6111
  • Rank: #2-32.-3.$38,300
    4301 Third St.
    Tillamook, OR 97141
    (503) 842-8222
  • Rank: #44.$38,100
    400 E Scenic Dr
    The Dalles, OR 97058
    (541) 506-6011
  • Rank: #55.
    Mt Hood Community College
    Mt Hood Community College Photo - Mt. Hood Community College Campus
    Public
    $37,100
    26000 SE Stark St
    Gresham, OR 97030
    (503) 491-6422
  • Rank: #66.
    Clackamas Community College
    Public
    $36,000
    19600 Molalla Ave
    Oregon City, OR 97045
    (503) 594-6000
  • Rank: #77.
    Linn-Benton Community College
    Linn-Benton Community College Photo - LBCC Courtyard/Library
    Public
    $35,700
    6500 Pacific Blvd SW
    Albany, OR 97321
    (541) 917-4999
  • Rank: #88.$34,700
    2600 NW College Way
    Bend, OR 97703
    (541) 383-7500
  • Rank: #99.$34,000
    2411 NW Carden Ave
    Pendleton, OR 97801
    (541) 276-1260
  • Rank: #10-1110.- 11.
    Chemeketa Community College
    Chemeketa Community College Photo - Building 1, Bookstore
    Public
    $33,800
    4000 Lancaster Dr NE
    Salem, OR 97305
    (503) 399-5000
  • Rank: #10-1110.- 11.
    Umpqua Community College
    Public
    $33,800
    1140 Umpqua College Rd.
    Roseburg, OR 97470
    (541) 440-4600
  • Rank: #1212.
    Lane Community College
    Public
    $32,700
    4000 E 30th Ave
    Eugene, OR 97405
    (541) 463-3000
  • Rank: #1313.$31,800
    650 College Blvd
    Ontario, OR 97914
    (541) 881-8822
  • Rank: #1414.$31,700
    1988 Newmark Ave
    Coos Bay, OR 97420
    (541) 888-2525
  • Rank: #15-1615.- 16.
    Clatsop Community College
    Public
    $31,000
    1651 Lexington Avenue
    Astoria, OR 97103
    (503) 325-0910
  • Rank: #15-1615.- 16.
    Oregon Coast Community College
    Oregon Coast Community College Photo - OCCC Library and Media Services entrance.
    Public
    $31,000
    400 SE College Way
    Newport, OR 97366
    (541) 265-2283
  • Rank: #1717.
    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
    $30,100
    3345 Redwood Hwy
    Grants Pass, OR 97527
    (541) 956-7501
  • Rank: #1818.
    Pioneer Pacific College
    Private for-profit
    $29,800
    4145 SW Watson Ave. #300
    Beaverton, OR 97005
    (503) 646-6000
  • Rank: #19-2019.- 20.
    Carrington College-Portland
    Private for-profit
    $28,300
    2004 Lloyd Center, 3rd Fl.
    Portland, OR 97232
    (503) 761-6100
  • Rank: #19-2019.- 20.$28,300
    1425 NE Irving Street, Bldg 300
    Portland, OR 97232
    (503) 281-4181
  • Rank: #2121.
    Klamath Community College
    Public
    $26,600
    7390 S 6th Street
    Klamath Falls, OR 97603
    (541) 882-3521
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