• MHCC COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Resources

  • Per Governor Brown’s Executive Order and to limit the spread of COVID-19, Mt. Hood Community College (MHCC) is implementing the following social distancing measures in order to keep our students, faculty, staff and community members as healthy as possible.


    These include the following important updates:

    • All Spring Term classes and support services will be moved completely online until April 28. Exceptions will be made for some degree and certificate programs with strict social distancing measures in place.
    • Spring Break will still last from March 23 – April 3.
    • Faculty will be working to transition as many courses to an online format as possible during the second week of Spring Break.
    • Spring Term classes will be completely online and resume on Monday, April 6.
    • No in-person academic advising appointments are available at this time. To schedule an appointment by phone with an adviser, students should email advising.questions@mhcc.edu.

    Please reference the updates from March 17 and March 18 in the box to the right for more information on these important measures.

    Please keep in mind that things have been changing quickly and these plans are subject to change given the rapid development of the situation and guidance from official channels, including but not limited to Multnomah County, OHA, Governor Kate Brown, and the HECC.

    Last updated March 18, 2020