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COVID-19 updates (for general college information) and Spring Term Student Information (important FAQs for students).

Madras

Central Oregon Community College Madras Campus

Madras Campus

COCC COVID-19 Information For Students

COCC Student Information for COVID-19 can be found at this link: COVID-19 Student Information

Información sobre COVID-19 para estudiantes (PDF)

Madras Campus COVID-19 Specific Information: 

  • April 6 - April 28, the Madras Campus computer labs will be open for COCC student access.  
  • The campus can only accommodate a certain number of students at any given time.  We ask that you please be sensitive of your fellow students and staff as we all work together to manage the limited access. 
  • Feel free to call ahead (541-550-4100) to see if there are computers available.
  • If you have headphones please plan to bring those with you.  We have a limited number to give to students.   
  • We do not have enough cameras to provide two-way zoom access for all students however some computers will be available with cameras. 
  • During these dates, the Madras Campus student services staff are available to answer questions and assist you via phone or email.  Contact information is provided below. 
  • Students should check our Madras Campus webpage and/or our COCC Facebook page for updated access information and times as we progress through April.
  • All other building access is restricted at this time, please email the Campus Director, Jeremy Green, for further information: jgreen2@cocc.edu

Madras Campus Hours - Adjusted for COVID-19

Student Services
Available by phone or email weekdays from 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
541-550-4100  madrascampus@cocc.edu

Computer Lab
Open weekdays 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. (COCC Students Only)

 

Getting Started at COCC

Are you interested in taking classes at COCC? Take a look at our Getting Started webpage for information on how to get started! You can also contact the Madras Campus front desk directly to schedule a one-on-one getting started session in Madras. 541-550-4100

Credit Classes Offered in Madras

Spring 2020

Summer 2020

Fall 2020

Winter 2021

Textbooks for all classes are available at the Redmond Campus bookstore located in building #1 on the Redmond Campus or the Bend Campus bookstore. Online orders are also available.

Continuing Education Classes Offered in Central Oregon

View Full Continuing Education Classes and Calendar

Free Testing and Tutoring Services in Madras

For the most up-to date schedule for free writing, math, and CIS tutoring in Madras, visit the front desk at the Madras Campus or visit the Tutoring and Testing Center online.

Frequently Requested Links and Resources

Room Rentals

Interested in rending a room at the Madras Campus for a training class or meeting? Please review the COCC Madras Campus Room Rental Policy. Room rental rates are updated annually.

Fill out the Event Request Form and email to Jeremy Green, Madras Campus Director 

Madras Campus Contact Information

Madras Campus

Email: madrascampus@cocc.edu
Phone: (541) 550-4100 
Fax: (541) 475-4274

Campus Director:
Jeremy Green 
(541) 550-4100 jgreen2@cocc.edu

Office and Student Services Specialist Senior:
Anna Mewes
(541) 550-4100 amewes@cocc.edu

Office and Student Services Specialist:
Stephanie Pedro-Graves
(541) 550-4100 spedro@cocc.edu

Address:
1170 E. Ashwood Rd 
Madras, OR 97741
Madras Campus Location Map (Printable PDF)
Madras Campus Interactive Campus Map

The COCC Madras Campus is located at 1170 E. Ashwood Road, Madras, Oregon - see map. The building is approximately 10,000 square feet and features classrooms, a computer lab, community meeting room, offices, space for testing and tutoring and  parking.
 
The Madras building was constructed in 2011 thanks to funds made available by a 2009 voter approved bond measure, Jefferson County, US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Grant. The land was donated to COCC by the local Bean Foundation.