Clatsop is a public college located in Astoria, Oregon. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 362 undergraduate students. The Clatsop acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Liberal Arts and Humanities, Welding, and Medical Assistant. Graduating 21% of students, Clatsop alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $24,300.
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Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities49 Graduates
Medical Assistant24 Graduates
Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN)16 Graduates
Marine Transportation8 Graduates
Automotive Mechanics6 Graduates
Fire Science and Fire Fighting6 Graduates
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Clatsop Community College Reviews
My two years in Clatsop Community College was like my trial and error period of what I should and shouldn't do in college. Always take advantage of the resources the college gives you. Never slack off on the work given to you by your professors. Keep an eye on your expenses and your funds. It wasn't the perfect experience, but that's okay. Because it's a community college, the consequences weren't as bad. Now that I've tasted what it's like to take college-level courses and have that feeling of independence, I feel more prepared to tackle the rest of my college life.
I give my school a very good rating. I like that it I am very closely involved with the professor and other students. There are free tutors around campus and everyone working is eager to help with my needs. I am acquiring new learning skills for my academics and surely am happy to be in school. Because it is a smaller college, there isn't much student life such as, sports or any fun groups to be in. I would say that is something that would be nice to see change. The campus food is not terrible, but I don't think the people working think about the germs they are spreading when handling money and then grabbing straws for drinks.
I really love how small and well-planned out the campus is. However, I wish there were more conservative instructors and professors at the college.