Winter Term 2021
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LATEST NEWS
February is CTE Month!
UCC highlights the critical role Career and Technical Education (CTE) will play in Oregon’s economic recovery.

When the Going Gets Tough ...
The tough go to college! Find out why now is a better time than any to go to college.

UCC Foundation Scholarships
Scholarships are for everyone! Apply for many scholarships with just one application - now through March 24.

Get a Jump on Fall
Spring term is a great time to get a jump on Fall classes. Find out how to prepare for Fall now!

River Hawk Support
Get help putting on your feathers! UCC provides a variety of virtual workshops so you can master your inner River Hawk.

CAREER SPOTLIGHT
Cybersecurity
Information security professionals are in high demand. UCC provides one of the few programs in the nation.

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

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

Retail Management Certificate
Earn an industry-backed certificate by completing just 8 courses! Then, move on to a Business or Marketing Degree. It's up to you.

Welding
Gain practical skills in a well-paying in-demand industry. Learn to use a variety of high-tech equipment to be competitive in the workforce.

ENROLLMENT NEWS
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.

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  • All returning UCC students! Registration for spring classes begins February 14.
  • New students! Apply and enroll now. Open registration starts February 17.

Spring term starts March 29.

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.