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Affordable and Accessible

Southwestern offers students in Port Orford, Gold Beach, Brookings and all of Curry County the opportunity to take classes and complete programs at the Curry Campus.

With a full range of course offerings, students will be able to take the next step toward college success. Plus, students get the Southwestern advantage with classes taught by experienced professors. There is no out-of-state tuition. Our support staff wants to help you achieve all you can in the classroom and in life.

We offer general education courses, community ed courses, and programs, along with specialty courses in:

  • Nursing and Allied Health programs
  • Education
  • Criminal Justice
  • Digital Design
  • We're also your link to university transfer programs

Check out our Academic Pathways to find a program that is right for you!

Remember, many of our certificate and pathway programs can be completed in fewer than 18 months. Our goal is to help students achieve academic success so they can have career success! Whether you're right out of high school or looking to change jobs we can help you find the right path toward a new career!

Located just outside of Brookings, at 96082 Lone Ranch Parkway, our campus is surrounded by beautiful landscapes and scenic views. Take advantage of the convenience our Curry Campus offers. Visit us for a tour or schedule an appointment with an advisor today!

Questions? Please contact our Curry First Stop at 541-813-1667.


What Our Curry Students Are Saying . . .

Curry Campus Events

Natasha Holmes

Natasha Holmes is pursuing a nursing degree.

I am pursuing an associate in nursing and ultimately wish to obtain a bachelor’s degree in nursing and potentially a masters. I have wanted to be a nurse since I was a little girl and not a single experience throughout my life has changed that dream. I decided after having children that I wanted to give my boys all my attention and attend school once they were both old enough to be registered in school. I began my journey to the nursing program just over a year ago. – Natasha Holmes, Curry Campus General Scholarship Recipient

Danny Hawthorne

Danny Hawthorne is a scholarship recipient

Attending Southwestern Oregon Community College will put me on the path for becoming a Physician Assistant and either work in dermatology or family medicine. Once my schooling is complete, I would like to move back to my hometown of Gold Beach, because I care deeply for the people that live there. I think it is very important that the members of the community receive quality healthcare. – Danny Hawthorne, Art and Toni Poole Scholarship Recipient

Jason Liddell

Jason Liddell is a scholarship recipient

This scholarship is incredibly helpful for me to continue working towards my Associate of Arts Transfer degree at SWOCC, especially considering these uncertain times. My goal is to teach English and/or Drama for high school students here in Oregon. Looking back upon my time working with people of all ages on play productions, I realized that I enjoy teaching. I enjoy being able to take information and find a way to help other people to understand it. – Jason Liddell, Nature’s Coastal Holiday Scholarship Recipient

Registration for Spring term @ Make payment arrangements with Student First Stop Center at time of registration
Feb 22 – Apr 7 all-day

CURRENT STUDENTS: Login to myLakerLink and follow the instructions on the student home page

Last day to withdraw
Mar 10 all-day
Finals Week
Mar 15 – Mar 18 all-day
Textbook buyback
Mar 15 – Mar 18 all-day
Check-Out Day for housing residents not returning spring term
Mar 20 all-day
Spring bookstore charging begins
Mar 22 all-day


Cara Dailey, Brookings Mom and Education Major

"I always wanted to do more."

Cara Dailey has worked in and around schools her entire adult life. As a bus driver, a teaching aide, in the library, in the cafeteria, and as an Aspire coach mentoring students at a local high school. All the while, homeschooling four kids and always working part- or full-time left Cara little opportunity for her own education.

“I always wanted to do more,” Cara said.