Virtual Campus Tour
Central Oregon Community College Virtual Tour: Explore Campus Today!
Central Oregon Community College, the oldest two-year college in Oregon, and home of the Bobcats, offers two-year associate degrees, transfer/lower division programs, career and technical education degrees and certificates, developmental courses, continuing education and community learning classes, industry-specific training programs, and business management assistance.
The Colleges main campus is located in Bend, a city known for its natural beauty and proximity to diverse recreational opportunities. The 200-acre Bend campus offers quiet, peaceful surroundings for study and reflection.
A branch of Oregon State University is also located in Bend providing students with an opportunity to begin studies at Central Oregon Community College and continue upper division coursework and degree completion at OSU-Cascades.
Central Oregon Community College has campuses in Bend, Redmond, Madras and Prineville.
Coats Campus Center
The 30,000 square-foot Coats Campus Center is the hub of social life at COCC. Located on the northwest end of campus, it is home to the Student Government, the Broadside student newspaper, the Multicultural Center and the Offices of Student Life. Students can enjoy food services and recreational activities at the Coats Campus Center, which features a dining hall with beautiful mountain views, a coffee shop, study areas, and a TV lounge. The building also contains a performing arts venue that hosts shows and lectures, and serves as the rehearsal space for COCC’s singers and musicians.
- Coats Campus Center (map)
Welcome to the Barber Library, serving the students and faculty of COCC. In addition to its collection, the library offers a wide variety of services, including a drop-in computer center, study rooms, the Testing and Tutoring Center and the Writing Center. At the circulation desk, students can sign out laptops, iPads, and e-readers, and request books through the Interlibrary Loan program. The Barber Library also houses the Rotunda Gallery, featuring rotating art exhibitions by students, faculty and local artist.
Wickiup Residence Hall
COCC is excited to welcome new and returning students to Central Oregon and COCC's residence hall! This facility houses up to 330 students and features suite-style living in the heart of campus in close proximity to the Barber Library, Coats Campus Center and Mazama Gymnasium. The lobby is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., five days a week. Before and after those times the doors are kept locked. The Residence Hall staff are there to support students and there is a duty phone available 24/7 just in case students need something after hours.
Boyle Education Center
Boyle Education Center is home to many of COCC's student services. Admission and Records, Registration and Financial Aid, and other departments share what is known as the Boyle Mall. Just outside of the Mall you'll find the Information Office where you can purchase campus event tickets, pick up your ID card, get your parking permit and learn the latest about what's happening on campus. The inside stairs lead to the offices of the President and the College Foundation. Classrooms and the office of Campus Public Safety are located in the hallway. Boyle Education Center was named for Frederick H. Boyle, president of COCC from 1967 to 1990.
- Boyle Education Center (map)
Mazama Gym is dedicated to the physical health of COCC's student population. Inside, students will find our gym and the Health and Human Performance department. The upper level also houses classrooms and staff offices. Downstairs you will find the weight room, dance studio, and fitness center, complete with a climbing wall and locker rooms. As a COCC student, you will have access to these amenities along with an opportunity to check out sports equipment like snowshoes, tennis rackets and more. If you walk out the back entrance of Mazama you'll find the tennis courts and track.
- Mazama (map)
The Science Center offers 49,000 square feet of state-of-the-art labs and equipment in support of the college’s science programs. The building provides valuable instructional space and resources for students who are planning to transfer to four-year universities or enter a health careers program. COCC currently offers courses in Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, Geology, General Science and Physics/Engineering. Between classes, students can relax in the Science Center’s lounge and enjoy its mountain views while they study. Also housed in this building is the Science Tutoring Center that is available free of charge to all COCC students.
- Science Center (map)
Located on the northeast end of campus, Newberry Hall is an important destination for students. Newberry is home to the Campus Bookstore, that offers text books, office supplies, software, electronics, gifts, snacks and other goods. In the bookstore, students can access Mail Services and the Copy Center. Newberry Hall is also home base for the Human Resources Department and the college’s Chief Financial Officer.
- Newberry Hall (map)
Health Careers Center
The Health Careers Center houses COCC's Career and Technical Education health programs. On each of the Center's three floors, you'll find labs that mimic real-world work environments and innovative spaces designed specifically for student learning. Dental Assisting and Massage programs share the first floor. You'll find Medical Assistant and Pharmacy Tech on the second floor, with Nursing on the third floor.
- Health Careers Center (map)
Cascades Hall is located across College Way from the Barber Library, at the north end of the campus. On the first floor, you will find a common area and classrooms. The second floor houses CAP Services (career, academic advising and personal counseling), the instructional programs and faculty offices for Forestry, Paramedicine and the University Partners (currently OSU-Cascades, Eastern Oregon and Portland State University). There are additional classrooms on the second floor.
- Cascades Hall (map)
This where you will find "The Quad," which is arguably one of the most beautiful spots on campus. It is an outdoor community space between the Modoc and Jefferson buildings, outfitted with seating areas and bike racks. The quad is a place to take a break outside of class, meet up with friends and enjoy the beauty of Bend, Oregon.
Jungers Culinary Center
This is the Jungers Culinary Center, home to the Cascade Culinary Institute (COCC’s culinary instructional program). The 15,200 square-foot facility includes a spacious teaching kitchen, bakery and classroom, a demonstration theatre, and a sixty-seat restaurant where local diners can sample student cuisine. The Jungers Culinary Center was designed for maximum energy and student learning.