Student Life helps provide opportunities for students to go on a Central Oregon adventure, get active, explore cultures, help others, join a club, gain real world experience, test your leadership skills, or simply meet with other students who have a common interest.
Will this enrich your life? You bet.
Help you reach your goals? That too.
Is it important to explore life outside of the classroom? We think so.
Here are some opportunities to get involved
Associated Students of Central Oregon Community College (ASCOCC)
Providing opportunities to serve and represent all students at COCC, get involved in clubs, programs, and activities. Learn about free bowling night, and the annual Thanksgiving food drive.
The official student newspaper of Central Oregon Community College and Oregon State University-Cascades Campus. Learn how to view The Broadside online or get more information about working for the student newspaper.
Providing students, faculty, and staff from the OSU Cascades and COCC campus community with an opportunity to participate in outdoor activities, outings, programs and workshops. Cascades Adventures aims at providing enriching experiences for all levels of outdoor enthusiasts.
Club Sports and Intramurals
Offering a wide range of traditional and nontraditional sports and recreational activities along with special events and tournaments for people of all interests and abilities.
LGBTQ Programs and Events
Welcoming all students to campus! LGBTQ programs, resources and events are available at COCC.
Latino Students Program
Assisting in the recruitment, retention and academic success of immigrant and native Latino students.
A comfortable space to socialize and meet with student groups, the Center offers a variety of educational activities that foster cultural understanding and mutual respect.
Native American Program
Working to help ensure a successful college experience for Native American Students and increase the understanding of Native American issues both on campus and beyond.
Student Clubs and Programs
Join an existing club or start a new club. ASCOCC is your resource for information on student clubs and programs.
Explore opportunities to enrich your life by volunteering in the community.
Still have questions? Stop by the Student Life Office, located in the Coats Campus Center, Room 208.