Summer 2021 Community Connections
Apply for Fall term now! It starts September 27.
You can apply NOW. Open registration is continuous.
Lock in your Fall term classes NOW before the rush.
Get a head start. Decide. Commit. Succeed!
For Credit Programs at UCC
For credit programs and classes can lead to a degree or certificate and transfer to other colleges and universities for continued and advanced learning.
Get the full list of degrees and certificates.
For Credit Classes
Browse the online class schedule to get the most up-to-date schedule information!
Fall 2021 Community Connections (8.34 MB PDF)
This edition's spotlight is on Joel LaRaut, a UCC Engineering alumnus. Joel has had an 18+ year career with Orenco Systems Inc. Follow Joel's journey from high school grad to present day. - Read article.
Registration for Fall Term Credit Classes is OPEN
Lock in all your classes for Fall now. Then, you'll be ready to soar high!
New students need to complete the first four enrollment steps before registering:
Community and Workforce Registration (Non-Credit)
Community and Workforce classes cover the three areas below. They do not usually transfer for university credit but the classes can enrich your life, boost your career, and help develop your skills in various industries.
- Professional Skills
- Community Enrichment
- Health and Safety
Small Business Development Center Registration (Non-Credit)
We are building Oregon’s best businesses by offering no-cost advising, relevant workshops and classes throughout the year in the following areas:
- First Steps to Starting a Business
- Small Business Management Program
- Construction Contractors Pre-License Training and Exam
- Marketing, Social Media, Succession Planning
- Mentorship, Funding, Networking and much more!
Adult Basic Skills
Adult Basic Skills programs and classes help people to open new possibilities in education and employment. With Adult Basic Skills you can:
- Earn a General Education Diploma (GED).
- Learn English as a second language.
- Improve academic skills for better job prospects.
- Improve academic skills in order to succeed in college studies.