The Southwestern Bookstore has all the books and materials you need to start classes, and they also carry several other items such as snacks, clothes, Southwestern memorabilia and gifts.
Business Services is responsible for the college’s financial information. Their duties include accounts payable, purchasing, sponsor billings, bank transactions, 1098Ts, audit preparations, grant management and all financial accounting.
Child and Adult Resources and Education. There mission is to improve the quality of life for people of all ages by providing education information support to families and care providers in Coos and Curry Counties.
CASE Career Services
Our counselors will assist you in identifying a career that fits your ultimate vision of success. We'll also identify the degree program that will help you get there.
SOCC Dining Services can serve as a host for corporate conferences and business meetings, seminars, camps, banquets, weddings, dinners, receptions, holiday parties or any other social gathering. We can provide catering a myriad of options that include refreshments, buffets, and formal dinners.
Southwestern Oregon Community College offers a peaceful, spacious, wooded setting with state-of-the-art services for retreats, conferences, camps or meetings. Let us help you plan your next event!
The DSS office provides services to students with documented disabilities (physical or learning) to help them be successful in college. Services include note takers, reader assistance, interpreters for the hearing impaired, and additional accommodations as prescribed.
Educational Support Programs and Services
ESPS offers the following services: Counseling, Career and Transfer Center, Academic Advising, Orientation, Testing Services, Testing Calendar (Coos Bay Office), Student Support Services, Educational Talent Search and Disability Services for Students.
An on-campus facility for parents, young children, and early childhood education students.
Find information on Federal grants and loans, work-study and scholarships.
It is Southwestern Oregon Community College's goal to provide a meaningful internship experience for every student. Within these pages, you will find information on the internship sites and careers and the process to get started in an internship.
Instructional Computer Labs
Southwestern has several instructional computer labs and one lab that is open for student use on a “drop in” basis.
Instructional Testing Center
The Instructional Testing Center provides comprehensive testing services for Southwestern faculty and students.
The library provides resources to students, staff, and community members: COASTLINE (Coos County Library Network Online Catalog); reference material; book collections; computer databases; periodicals; maps; videos; other audio-visual materials; Internet access; CD-ROM, hard copy and online indexes.
Mail & Print Services
Mail & Print Services provides duplicating, bindery, mailing of all classes of mail, and student mail.
The Media Productions team provides SWOCC with live streaming of sporting events and special events such as Commencement ceremonies, OCCIs End of the Year Celebration and more.
Media Services provides audio-visual and multi-media equipment for instructional and campus-wide use.
Ready, Set, Restart
Re-entry Information for Students Seeking to Overcome Barriers Preventing Successful Completion of Their Education.
The student Rec Center is a fitness and recreational facility for students and community members. Students registered for a credit class can enjoy the facility for free.
Student First Stop Center - Admissions
One place for your admission, registration and payments.
The student housing apartments are located at the west edge of campus along the shore of beautiful Empire Lakes. They offer an environment conducive to development and growth academically, socially and personally.
Student Support Services
SSS services are free and include tutoring, counseling, advising, campus visits to Oregon’s 4-year schools, cultural enrichment activities, and supplemental grant aid for qualified students.
Talent Search is an educational access and retention program sponsored by Southwestern Oregon Community College and funded through the U.S. Department of Education.
To meet the academic tutoring needs of all Southwestern Oregon Community College students through the use of certified subject area specialists.
Transitional Education (formerly Adult Learning Skills)
The Transitional Education (formerly Adult Learning Skills Program) provides access to information, skills and resources for individuals who are in the process of a major life change. A variety of classes and support services are available to prepare participants for success in their families, in the workforce and in academic programs.
The University Center is a collaboration between Southwestern and Oregon's four-year universities such as Oregon State University and Eastern Oregon University. The University Center allows students to complete bachelor's and master's degree programs without leaving the area.
All Southwestern Associate in Arts, Associate in Science and Associate in Applied Science degree programs are approved for VA benefits by the Veterans Administration. The Veterans Service Office in Dellwood Hall oversees veteran students' enrollment in these programs.
The Writing Center is provided for students in all classes, not just in writing and literature classes. The Writing Center, located in Randolph Hall, room 6, is open daily and staffed by faculty and trained tutors.