Spring Term 2021
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Fall Relaunch
UCC develops a plan to blend new technology with more in-person course options.

National CTE Signing Day
UCC honors high school seniors and recent GED completers for making the choice to enroll in a CTE field.

Take Advantage of Summer
Summer term is a great time to complete a prerequisite, catch up on your studies, and more.

Announcing UCC's New President
UCC Board of Education selects Dr. Rachel Pokrandt as the College's 12th president.

UCC Purchases Casa de Belen Property
UCC Board of Education approves purchase of the Roseburg property after anonymous donor contributes $400,000.

Learning a New Language for a Better Future
Every day, students from diverse backgrounds hone their skills to become better English speakers.

Two Scholars Represent UCC at National Level
Elizabeth Turner and Faith Byars earn Coca-Cola Academic Team honors as gold and silver scholars.

Business Administration
Provides a foundation in accounting, management, communication, marketing, and leadership.

Dental Assisting
Enter an in-demand, safe and high-paying career in as little as one year with UCC.

A wide variety of careers are available in Forestry. Technology is pushing the boundaries into many areas.

Police Reserve Academy
Classes cover criminal law, traffic laws and crash investigations. Now accepting applications for the 25th class!

No-Stress Enrollment
UCC is here to guide you along the way to becoming a student. Contact an Enrollment Advisor for one-to-one help.

Tips for College Success
UCC provides some tried and true tips that will definitely help you to be more successful.

FAFSA Completion Rate is Low in Douglas County
Students are in danger of missing critical financial help to attend college. UCC is reaching out to assist.

College Academics

  • All returning UCC students! Registration for spring classes begins May 9.
  • New students! Apply and enroll now. Open registration starts May 12.

Summer term starts July 5.

Student Support Services

Are you a first generation college student? If so, you have unique challenges/opportunities and Student Support Services provides help to make your college journey successful. Find out if you are eligible for the program.

High School Connections (Dual Credit)

UCC offers a variety of early college opportunities for high school students under the age of 18. Students can explore college-level classes online, on the UCC campus, or in their high school.

Community & Workforce Training (CWT)

CWT offers a variety of training to help you land a new career or move up in your current one. Choose from Bookkeeping, Certified Flagger, Professional Truck Driving, Project Management, and more.

Adult Basic Skills (ABS)

Adult Basic Skills is a non-credit program and prepares adult students to be college and career ready via our GED® program, Skills Review, and English Language Acquisition/English as a Second Language programs.

Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

UCC’s Small Business Development Center is part of a statewide network. We have access to current information and a number of key business resources. We are here to provide solutions to help you and your business grow.