Annual exhibit features 100+ pieces of art made by students this year.
Community invited to participate in College’s first-ever Solar System Walk.
UCC opened the doors to a lot more than academics. William also discovered athletics, and the power of teamwork.
Difficult decision comes after process that included student and community input.
Annual free event provides hands-on activities for people of all ages.
Sail the high seas with this hilarious British comedy set in the 1930s aboard a luxurious cruise liner.
Two students were selected to represent UCC in the annual event that recognizes academic excellence.
Cody Jones, a UCC Nursing Program student, took the top spot in the men's division.
UCC's 2018 SkillsUSA Oregon State Champions
Local dentist partners with UCC's Dental Assisting Program to offer no-cost screenings.
High school short play competition brings Douglas County youth together to celebrate theater.
Experience Duality through the classical dance called Bharatha Natyam.
Business-building weekend at UCC returns for fifth year. (Photo: 2017 participants)
UCC students can apply for MECOP paid internship opportunities through March 31.
The arboretum has been at UCC since the early 1980s. The club decided it was time to be renovated.
Tapʰòytʰaʼ Hall will be a symbol of the College’s future optimism. (Rendering: Mahlum Architects)
Computer Science is one of the many programs that qualify for paid internship opportunities through MECOP.
Last year, more than 400 people attended the free annual event, which included representatives from 30+ companies and organizations.
UCC joins statewide effort to mitigate tuition increases, restore funding for student advising.
Backstage with UCC employee Ian McGowan—dressed in character as Sonny in 'Grease.'
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