You play a key role in your student's future. UCC is here to help.
UCC has tools and programs to help your students get a head start on college. UCC can also save your students money so they leave college with less debt, while providing more attention in a peaceful, lower-stress environment.
What are you looking for?
- Dual Credit Teacher Resources
- Expanded Options Resources
- UCC Programs
- Connections with UCC Faculty
- UCC Scholars
Want your high schooler to get started as a Dual Credit student?
Apply to UCC. Don't forget to select "4 - Dual Credit in High School" for Application Type.
Connecting College & Career
Would you like a UCC faculty/staff member to visit your classroom for a presentation and/or a hands-on activity? If so, please fill out our speaker request form (let us know your school, the grade you teach, your topic of interest, and the date/time that works for you) and we will get back to you soon in order to coordinate a visit! Below is a list of faculty/staff available to visit your class.
|Accessibility||Les Rogers||Human Services||Sandra Angeli-Gade|
|Anatomy & Physiology||Shauna McNulty||Library Science||Jennifer Lantrip|
|Art||Susan Rochester||Music||Dr. Jason Heald|
|Automotive||Kevin Mathweg||Math||Stuart Kramer or Dee Winn|
|Business||Toni Clough||Natural Science||Bryan Benz|
|Computer Science/CIS||John Blackwood & Vincent Yip||Forestry||Jarred Saralecos|
|Early Childhood Education||Sally Guyon||Paralegal||Crystal Sullivan|
|Education||Gwen Soderberg-Chase||Psychology||Georgann Willis|
|Engineering/Forestry||Clay Baumgartner||Science/Chemistry||Joseph Villa or Sean Breslin|
|Fire Science||Andy Hatfield||Science/Geology||Joanne Richards|
|History||Charles Young||Science/Physics||Mick Davis|
|Humanities/Journalism||Melinda Benton||Spanish||Nicholas Tratz|
|Humanities/Writing||Jillanne Michell||Theatre Arts||Dr. Chryss Allaback|
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is the criteria for taking the placement tests?
- See Testing Services.
2. How do I get a student in the Expanded Options Program?
- See also Expanded Options Program.
3. Can students under the age of 16 take college credit classes?
4. How does a student drop a class?
- Please refer to pages 5 and 6 of the Dual Credit Student Guide.
5. What are important deadlines?
6. What are the registration dates for the upcoming term?
- See Registration Dates.
7. How can a student change their demographic information?
- Students will need to change their demographic information with Registration on campus at the Welcome Center. A change of address form is available online and can either be mailed in or turned in at the Welcome Center. See Student Forms and Publications.
8. What is the contact information for people I may need to work with at UCC?
- Whether a student needs to apply for admission, if the student is “coded” correctly, how and when to apply.
- Course selection, UCC programs of study.
- Educational Partnerships
- Questions regarding EOP/Dual Credit, EOP Google Doc, CRNs for Dual Credit classes, Assistance with Registering Dual Credit and EOP students.
- Financial Aid
- FAFSA, Financial Aid/Scholarship Nights
- Help Desk
- Help students when locked out of Self-Service Banner, questions about email login
- Invoices, student bills.
- Campus Tours and Visits, UCC visits to HS, general UCC and program information.
- Registration instructions and errors, academic deadlines.
- UCC Foundation Scholarship Application, Deadlines
9. What classes should students take if they are undecided?
DISCLAIMER: UCC does not guarantee that the following classes will transfer to every school. The classes listed are suggestions that are commonly needed for different programs:
- PSY 101
- HPE 295
- SP 111
- CIS 120
- This is not a specific requirement for the AAOT (so it would be an elective) but is needed for several Career and Technical Degrees
- Any of the classes that make up the Associate of Art Oregon Transfer (AAOT) Degree
10. What are the requirements for high school instructors to teach a dual credit class?
- See Teacher Resources.
11. What resources are available to high school students who are enrolled in college credit classes at UCC?
- Students who are enrolled in college credit classes will have access to all of UCC’s services including: academic advising, tutoring, peer mentoring, the library, and more. Please see the following for a list of resources.
12. Do high school students need to take orientation?
- High School students who participate in the Expanded Options Program or who use the Pre-College Verification Form will need to complete the online orientation.
13. What does a graduating senior need to do in order to attend UCC?
- Please see page 2 of the admissions application for information on getting started.
- You can also visit UCC’s Getting Started webpage.
NOTE: Dual credit and EOP students need to update their Enrollment Information to Degree Seeking (if graduating from high school before starting classes) by filling out a new application for admission as “New First Time Freshman.”
14. Where can I get a UCC catalog?
- The 2019-2020 catalog is available online (no longer available in print).
15. How can I get more information for my students?
- Please contact us.
College Transitions Specialist