• 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 health as possible.


    All Spring Term courses have been moved completely online for the entire term. Exceptions have been made for some degree and certificate programs with strict social distancing measures in place.

    Commencement has been postponed until a future yet-to-be-determined date. The new commencement date will be shared as soon as possible.

    All student support services have also been moved online. No in-person or on-campus student support services are available at this time. Here are ways students can get support while attending MHCC Online:

    • MHCC Online Learning – For technical assistance with Blackboard, Zoom, Kaltura, MyMHCC and other technologies used in online and remote courses. Contact Online Learning at 503-491-7170 or onlinelearning@mhcc.edu.
    • Live Chat with the Student Services Hub – Click here to go to the Hub webpage and hit the blue chat box in the right corner of the screen to chat with our Student Hub Specialists.
    • Online Library Resources – Click here for information on utilizing MHCC’s online library resources, including connecting with library staff, e-books, databases, technology help and more.
    • Student Support Services Request Form – Click here to fill out a quick form that will connect you with right point of contact to answer questions on:
      • Adult Basic Skills/GED
      • Academic Advising and Transfer
      • Accessible Education Services
      • Admissions and Registration
      • Career Planning and Job Search Information
      • DACA/Undocumented Student Support
      • Degree Requirements and Graduation
      • English as a Second Language/Intensive English for College and Careers/Spanish GED
      • Financial Aid
      • Help Using MyMHCC and Navigate
      • Limited and Restricted Entry Programs
      • Payment Questions
      • Personal Counseling
      • Placement Testing
      • Student Emergency Fund Support
      • Student Life
      • TRIO
      • Veteran Services
      • Work Study/Student Aid

    Please keep in mind that this situation has been evolving quickly and that these plans are subject to change given the rapid development of the pandemic and guidance from official channels, including but not limited to Multnomah County, Oregon Health Authority, Governor Kate Brown and the Oregon Higher Education Coordinating Commission.

    Last updated April 7, 2020.