Blue Mountain Community College

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Blue Mountain Community College
Blue Mountain Community College (Pendleton, Oregon).jpg
Type Community college
Established 1962
President Cam Preus
Location Pendleton, Oregon, USA
Mascot Timberwolves
Affiliations NWAC

Blue Mountain Community College is a community college located in Pendleton, Oregon, United States, and serves Umatilla, Morrow, and Baker counties. It was established in 1962 and currently offers Associate of Arts degrees, Associate of Science degrees, Associate of Applied Science degrees, Certificates, and transfer degrees to four-year colleges.

Degree programs[edit]

Notable degree programs include Agriculture, where you can receive; Associate of Science (Transfer Degree) Associate of Applied Science - Agriculture/Business Associate of Applied Science - Agriculture Production Associate of Applied Science - Agriculture Production/Crops Associate of Applied Science - Agriculture Production/Livestock

Dental Assisting where you can receive a Dental Assisting Technician Certificate

Nursing Associate of Applied Science(A.A.S.)in Nursing

Civil Engineering

  • A.A.S./Civil Engineering Technology
  • A.A.S./Drafting Technology

College Prep Programs include GED, ABE and ESL courses. Also included are Language Arts 25/35 and Human Development courses.


Blue Mountain Community College's main branch is located in Pendleton Oregon, other branches are located in Milton-Freewater, Hermiston, Baker City, John Day,[1] Ione,[2] and Boardman.

Blue Mountain also offers a variety of distance education programs for those students residing in outlying areas.

Eastern Oregon University also has a Distance Education Office located at the Pendleton branch of BMCC.


Blue Mountain Community College has Athletics for both men and women. BMCC offers basketball, volleyball, baseball, softball, and rodeo.

  • All athletics are organized under the office of Student & Enrollment Services. BMCC is a member of the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges and the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association.

The Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges comprises 36 colleges divided into four Regions. Blue Mountain CC is in the Eastern Region along with Big Bend CC, Columbia Basin College, CC of Spokane, Walla Walla CC, Wenatchee Valley College, Yakima Valley CC and Treasure Valley CC.

Blue Mountain's athletic complex was completed in 1975.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "BMCC Grant County | Blue Mountain Community College". 2009-12-04. Retrieved 2013-06-03. 
  2. ^ "BMCC South Morrow County | Blue Mountain Community College". 2009-12-04. Retrieved 2013-06-03. 

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Coordinates: 45°40′37″N 118°48′58″W / 45.677°N 118.816°W / 45.677; -118.816