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College Overview

Mt. Hood Community College is your place to grow: offering regionally unique programs, meaningful support, and flexible opportunities to the diverse communities surrounding Mount Hood. 

Our History

Mt. Hood Community College was started in 1966 and now enrolls almost 27,000 students each year.  We now offer classes at three locations – the Gresham Campus, the Maywood Park Campus, the Bruning Center for Allied Health Education – as well as several local public schools.

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Campus Profile

MHCC serves about 18,000 students every year. We have classes at the Gresham Campus, Maywood Park Campus, Bruning Center for Allied Health Education, and some public schools in the district. MHCC offers 120 associate degrees, certificate programs and transfer options.

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The District

The Mt. Hood Community College district encompasses an area of about 950 square miles with a population of more than 300,000. The district boundaries extend as far east as the lofty peak of Mt. Hood and to the Wasco County line, south into Clackamas County including the communities of Boring and Damascus, and west into the city limits of Portland. The Columbia River from 33rd Street to Cascade Locks is the northern boundary. Within this area are included the high school districts of Corbett, David Douglas, Gresham-Barlow, Parkrose, Port of Cascade Locks, and Reynolds. Centennial and the Oregon Trail District.

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