• On-Campus Resources

  • Accommodations and Learning Resources (Experiencing Disabilities):

    503-491-6923 | aes@mhcc.edu| Room 2251 and 2252 (Across from Academic Advising)

    Accessible Education Services provides equal educational opportunities for all students with disabilities to achieve their college goals through provisions of reasonable accommodations and a supportive environment. Students with disabilities working through the Accessible Education Services Office receive personal counseling and special career guidance as well as registration assistance.

    Advising/Transfer Support (First Generation and/or Disabilities):

    503-491-7688 | TRIO.Programs@mhcc.edu | TRIO Student Success Center
    AC 3303 (Upper Level Library) | Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

    TRIO Student Support Services (TRIO-SSS) provides academic, career, personal and transfer advising, financial aid and scholarship information and guidance, tutoring and four-year college and university visits to eligible MHCC students whose goals are to earn a certificate or associate degree from MHCC and then transfer to a four-year college or university in pursuit of a bachelor’s degree.

    Career Planning and Counseling Center:

    503-491-7432 | mhcareer@mhcc.edu | Career Planning and Counseling Center (CPCC)
    Gresham Campus, Room AC1152 | Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

    The Career Planning and Counseling Center (CPCC) is staffed by counselors and a Student Career Development Coordinator. It is the go-to site for students seeking support in their career planning and choosing of a major. The CPCC is also the go-to site for students seeking personal counseling services and referrals on concerns related to depression, anxiety, suicide, stress management, eating disorders and addiction.

    Employment Opportunities on Campus:

    studentemployment@mhcc.edu | Career Planning and Counseling Center (CPCC)
    Gresham Campus, Room AC1152 | Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

    The mission of the MHCC Student Employment Office is to promote student success and persistence by offering valuable educational work experiences. We offer part-time jobs on and off campus to eligible students.

    Barney’s Food Pantry:

    Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
    Please bring your MHCC student ID to access the pantry.

    We are working to address food security for MHCC students. We also hope to increase awareness and access to community resources. We aim to provide safe, quality, and nutritious food, while increasing awareness and access to community resources.

    MHCC Foundation Scholarships:

    509-491-7230 | Shelly.McFarland@mhcc.edu |
    The MHCC Foundation awards over $450,000 in scholarships to MHCC students each year! Any new or returning student planning to attend MHCC in the coming school year is eligible to apply by March 31.

    Multicultural & Diversity Resource Center:

    503-491-7225 | Ernesto.vasquez@mhcc.edu | Student Union, AC 1051 | Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

    The Multicultural and Diversity Resource Center (MDRC) aims to advance a welcoming and inclusive learning environment where individual identities are valued and celebrated, fostering a sense of community among all members of MHCC.

    The MDRC provides a space dedicated to the well-being and success of all members of our community representing various backgrounds. Our work is rooted in social justice, recognizing and acknowledging that various communities across time have been historically marginalized; therefore, we work to dismantle systems of oppression through educational programming and intentionally support communities facing systemic barriers.

    Programs, Supports, Scholarships for Women in English/Spanish:

    503-491-7680 | Elizabeth.Perry@mhcc.edu| Gresham Campus: Room AC1002 | Monday-Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

    Transitions and its sister program, Transiciones, are career planning and college preparation programs for those who may find it challenging to begin or continue with their college education. The program provides a highly supportive environment that helps students develop career goals, get comfortable with the college and all its resources, make friends within a support network of professionals and peers and develop life skills like time management and study strategies. Students also learn how to apply for scholarships and to develop life-long career development skills.

    Student Success Program

    First-generation and low-income or underrepresented MHCC student support and community resource referral:
    503-491-7471 | successprogram@mhcc.edu | AC2602 (Inside HUB on the left) | Mon., Tue., Thu. 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Wednesday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Friday 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

    The Student Success Program’s mission is to support students who identify as low-income, first-generation or under served to enroll in and persist in college. Depending on a student’s eligibility, a student can access college and career navigation, receive connections to on-and off-campus resources and apply for small scholarships to help meet a part of unmet student needs. This program also has resources specifically for MHCC students who receive food stamps (SNAP). When contacting the Student Success Office, be sure to communicate that you are either receiving SNAP or may be eligible for SNAP. Staff can help you become enrolled in SNAP and access resources.

    Veteran and Dependents of Veteran Benefits:

    Web: https://www.mhcc.edu/VeteranServices/
    503-491-7346 | Veteran.Services@mhcc.edu | Gresham Campus, Room AC1152 | Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

    Serving those that served us, the MHCC Veteran Services Office aims to help veterans of military service, those who still actively serve and their family members in reaching their educational goals. If you are unsure of whether college is right for you, which degree you should pursue, if you qualify for any VA Educational Benefits or just need help getting started, our office is here to help.

    Our services include but are not limited to: VA Educational Benefit counseling, certification of enrollment, advocacy on campus, academic advising, financial aid assistance, providing on- and off-campus resources, veterans textbook library and access to VA work-study positions.