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After pandemic-driven enrollment declines, Clackamas Community College in Oregon City narrowly avoided cutting campus programs thanks to an influx in federal funds last year. Those funds are gone and if enrollment remains low the campus might have to revisit potential cuts, president Tim Cook said. Beth Nakamura/Staff

Facing a $1.3 million budget deficit exacerbated by a sharp decline in enrollment during the COVID-19 pandemic, Clackamas Community College last spring considered making cuts to programs like nursing and welding.