Help for Students in Need
COCC's Pathways to Opportunity (PTO)
The PTO program provides students facing financial barriers with needed financial support, including help with tuition and fees, transportation, food, books, testing fees, and more. The program is open to all students.
COCC Student Emergency Fund
If you have suddenly encountered unanticipated expenses related to your education, the COCC Student Emergency Fund may be able to help.
COCC Childcare Assistance Fund
The COCC Childcare Assistance Fund is a program to supplement the costs of childcare.
Food & Clothing Resources
SNAP Training & Employment Program (STEP)
The STEP provides support to students needing assistance with tuition and fees, transportation, food, and more but is targeted towards students receiving SNAP benefits.
ASCOCC Food Bank
Food bags available for students on every campus.
NeighborImpact Mobile Food Pantry
Fresh produce and free food from NeighborImpact's mobile food truck. Every second and fourth Tuesday of each month from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the Barber Library parking lot. Free for students and community members.
The Clothing Connection
The Clothing Connection is a resource full of new and gently used clothing available to use for school, work, field placements, interviews, etc. This FREE resource is available to all COCC and OSU-Cascades students!
Health & Wellness Resources
COCC Personal Counseling (CAP Services)
Free personal counseling for students enrolled at COCC.
Dental Clinic at COCC
Low income individuals with no dental insurance are provided necessary fillings or extractions by licensed dentists for only a $20 supply fee. Contact Deschutes County Health Services at 541-322-7400.