Robb Van Cleave
Chief Operating Officer
Columbia Gorge Community College (CGCC) has its own dedicated News page.
The Fall 2012 class schedule is available online. Registration for classes begins August 2, with classes beginning September 24.
CGCC recently welcomed the installation of a 25-foot high climbing tower for use in the Renewable Energy Technologies Program.
Taxpayers in Hood River and Wasco Counties will save a combined total of nearly $1 million through a bond refinancing completed March of 2012 by Columbia Gorge Community College.
The 2012-2013 Budget was approved by the CGCC Board of Education at the May 15, 2012 meeting.
Renewable Energy Technology students gain an opportunity to practice wind tower climbing.
Mr. Brian Greene, previously a member of the instructional leadership team, has been selected as the Interim Chief Academic Officer for CGCC.
The Web Core Team is pleased to announce the public launch of the Contact section of our new website.
Two outstanding members of the CGCC faculty and staff have netted awards of excellence for the 2011-2012 school year.
A new goal for the National Guard Readiness Center being constructed in The Dalles makes it likely the armory will be the first one in the country to achieve "net zero" energy consumption.
Wonderworks Children's Museum is moving to their new location!
When looking deeply at the current online payments segment of the class registration system, the Web Core Team discovered room for improvement.
2012 Commencement message from Dr. Frank Toda, "Holding onto the Dream."
Training by Paul Irving on the principals of writing content specifically for the web.
The website's search functionality has been completely re-thought.
With over 30 projects tightly scheduled over two years, CGCC's new Third Campus is running a tight schedule. Come peruse the Master Plan to stay informed about what's blazing in Online Services.
A new child care tracking system that eliminates manual entry of daily attendance and the paper-based billing process is coming soon from the Oregon Department of Human Services (DHS).
For the past eight years, Gorge Literacy has been an official co-sponsor of CGCC’s Spring Humanities Series. We are proud to continue the tradition of support for this year's series titled, "Voices Less Heard." Join us!
Our new website and promotional materials will provide easier access to program information.
Six providers work on obtaining a Child Development Associate (CDA) credential.
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