“[Our] instructors now need even more magic, and this technology will help make these magic moments happen.” — Dr. Joanne Richards, UCC biology professor.
UCC held a socially distanced, drive-thru event for this year's graduates on Friday, June 12.
Dr. Debra Thatcher cut the ribbon at Tapʰòytʰaʼ Hall's opening in March 2018. Thatcher was instrumental in working with the Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians to name UCC's newest building.
College embraces responsibility to provide an educational and work environment that promotes diversity, equity, and inclusion for all.
“Going to college gave me sense of purpose and direction. Through this journey, I have been evolving."
“This has been my home field for four years. The field was getting rough. It’s incredible now and it’s a real blessing for us to be able to play here.”
Award-winning play by David Auburn opens Friday, Feb. 21, for two-week run. (From left to right: Horton, Laniohan, and Barnes.)
Autzen Foundation and ASUCC provide funds for new tools and no-cost clinics.
New art cases provided by Leadership UCC team spotlights student art.
The Rogue Credit Union (RCU) branch at Umpqua Community College (UCC) recognized with Business Innovation award.
Agriculture business management is the cutting-edge side of agriculture, an industry where you must be able to stay ahead of the game and try to determine what the market might want or will need.
This year, Robert Johnson provided 25 children with $100 each to spend however they wish.
“Everything we do is geared toward what the students need and what we can do to make things easier for them."
UCC Fire Science equips fire engine thanks to $2500 grant.
Works by Heidi Brueckner on display through Dec. 4.
Community supports students and 10/1 Memorial fundraising by contributing more than $188,000.
Moldenhauer is one of two representatives selected from Oregon to be a part of this year’s leadership cohort.
World-renowned violinist Alex DePue to perform with Umpqua Chamber Orchestra and Umpqua Singers.
Group will study Medical Education as part of Open World program.
After months of planning and weeks of community input, UCC’s campus store receives its new name and dates for its grand reopening.
"I knew I had made the statement that I would come back and teach, but I really didn't expect anybody to remember that! Imagine my surprise!?"
Nursing program alum Kelli Finlay (2018) says she chose UCC for her education because it was local and because of the reputation the program maintains.
“Something I had always dreamed about doing ever since I came back from my first mission trip to Guatemala, was to one day be able to go down there and help in the medical field."
For students like Daniel and Krista, Wolf Creek Job Corps is a life line. Both Douglas County residents would face homelessness and live life with no direction without it.
"The Nursing program was something that has and will continue to be very important and special in my life."