We provide bookstore access at the Redmond Campus in Building 1. All textbooks/course packs for classes taught on the Redmond, Madras and Prineville campuses will be available at the Redmond bookstore. They also have paper, binders, pencils, pens, blue books, a small assortment of t-shirts and sweatshirts and lots of other things. Textbooks/course packs will also be available on the main campus for those students who prefer to visit the main bookstore. For current hours of operation see Redmond Bookstore hours. Phone: 541-504-2929. FAX 541-504-2928.
Parking Permits and Student ID Cards
All vehicles parking at COCC must display a permanent or temporary COCC parking permit. The permits and ID cards are free and can be obtained at the Student Services office in Building 3.
Redmond Credit Class Schedule:
Fall 2014 | Winter 2015 | Spring 2015 | Summer 2014
Community Learning Classes:
Community Learning's noncredit classes help you create, imagine, discover, build and update your skills. Whether you are taking classes for fun, business, health or personal enrichment, Community Learning at COCC has classes for you. Make us a part of your life. View Community Learning Classes.
A variety of Enrollment Services are available at the Redmond Campus, including an extensive list of pre-enrollment workshops and student services. If you are in need of further direction, feel free to contact an advisor by calling the CAP Center at 383-7200, or visiting the CAP Center website.
At COCC's Manufacturing and Applied Technology Center (MATC), you can learn how to weld, machine metals and other hands-on technical skills at your own pace. That's right... you pick the day and time to do your work, all with the help of our highly-skilled, highly-trained facilitators.
Small Business Development Center
Now in Redmond too! COCC’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC) offers no-cost, one-to-one business advising to anyone who owns or operates a business in Central Oregon or is planning to start one. For more information on this service and others, contact the SBDC at 541-383-7290 or go to www.cocc.edu/sbdc. All advising is confidential and free of charge.