Nursing program is very good and has a new teaching facility off of the main campus. Other allied health programs are limited / restricted entry and are highly competitve. Tuition is one of the lowest in the area / state. Parking is free. But, no on campus housing is available.
I think Mt. Hood Community College is best known for earlier years when the Mt. Hood Festival of Jazz was held there. But currently I think it's regarded as a competing college campus in diversity and boasts programs that you can find no where else on the west coast, like it's Funeral Services Program. Named for the beautiful volcano in it's background, and just minutes away from the Columbia River Gorge, this school couldn't be in a more ideal location.
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