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Meet your Advisors

Alysha Barraza

Alysha Barraza, Viticulture and Enology Academic Advisor

AAOT, Umpqua Community College
BS, Agricultural Science, Oregon State
MBA, Northwest Christian University (In progress)

On Being an Academic Advisor

“I love being an advisor and helping students to achieve their dreams. Advising allows me to get to know students, customize their experience, and help them in many ways like wrap around services. Being an advisor is a great challenge that gives me a new puzzle with every students, but that is what makes is special and drives me to do the best I can.”

Alysha Barraza
541-440-7760


Caroline Hopkins

Caroline Randall, Director, TOP

BA, Portland State University
MA, Portland State University

On Being an Academic Advisor

“My job at UCC as an academic advisor has been my favorite and most fulfilling job of my career. I have the opportunity to support and empower hundreds of students, and encourage them as they achieve their academic goals. It is a privilege to work with each student that comes through the door.”

Caroline Randall
541-440-7771


Christine Simmons

Christine Simmons, Academic Advisor, TOP

AAOT, Umpqua Community College
BS, Psychology, Portland State University

Thoughts On Advising

“As a graduate of Umpqua Community College as well as the Transfer Opportunity Program, I recognize the value of having an advisor to help navigate college. I am excited to be able to assist students towards their goals in education. The advising I received was valuable, and I hope to be able to provide the same excellent level of service to the students we serve at UCC.”

Christine Simmons
541-440-4712


danielle haskett

Danielle Haskett, Accessibility Services Coordinator

AAOT, Umpqua Community College
BS, Business Management & Marketing, University of Oregon
Masters of Education, Special Education, Grand Canyon University

Thoughts On Advising

“I am passionate about being a UCC alumni and employee. My goal is to assist students in any way that I can to achieve their educational and life goals! I enjoy getting to know our students and guiding them through the process of college. I inform you decide!”

Danielle Haskett
541-440-7655


Hannah Culbertson

Hanna Culbertson, Academic Advisor

AAOT, Umpqua Community College
BS, Sociology & Psychology, Southern Oregon University

Thoughts On Advising

“I see my job as an academic advisor as being a key person you can go to with questions related to academics, whether that be class selection, term by term planning, transfer planning or program advisement. I am an equal partner with you on your educational journey and am here as a support, guide and cheerleader!”

Hannah Culbertson
541-440-7748


Justin Lott

Justin Lott

AA, Treasure Valley Community College
BA, Psychology, Avila University
MA, Management & Leadership, Liberty University

Thoughts On Advising

“I love coming to work! I Love my Job! I enjoy the challenges advising provides on a daily basis. I value students and staff. I know that I am an essential piece to the student’s life and overall college experience, and I work hard to make sure that I provide accurate information, and to ensure that I am here for the students!”

Justin Lott
541-440-7667


Michael Olson

Michael Olson, Academic Advisor

AAOT, Umpqua Community College
BS, Psychology, Southern Oregon University

Thoughts On Advising

“I really enjoy my job as an Academic Advisor. I get to see students grow during their time at UCC. My role is to support each student in as many ways as I can. I want students to see their potential as a person and student. My hope is that the students will see how each one of them is unique and that they have the ability to persevere and succeed in college!”

Michael Olson
541-440-7767


Mary Morris

Mary A. Morris,  Lead Academic Advisor

AAOT, Umpqua Community colle. 
BS, Psychology, Southern Oregon University

Thoughts On Advising

“One of the best rewards is meeting with a student any time in his/her educational journey. Listening to the excitement in a student’s voice as he/she goes through all of the processes! I love being able to celebrate their successes with them. When students take time out of their day to let me know how things are going, I feel a great sense of pride knowing that I am there to support them!”

Mary Morris
541-440-7763

Get connected with the UCC community

  • Dr. Walter Nolte
    Dr. Walter Nolte
    Interim President
  • Emery Smith
    Emery Smith
    Social Science
  • Caroline Randall
    Caroline Randall
    Director of Student Support
  • Honey Mcnamara
    Honey McNamara
    Scholarships
  • Tafea Polamalu
    Tafea Polamalu
    Writing
  • Susan Taylor
    Susan Taylor
    Director, UCC Foundation
  • Dave Stricklin
    Dave Stricklin
    Women's Basketball Coach
  • Jan Woodcock
    Jan Woodcock
    Social Science
  • Anthony Terra
    Anthony Terra
    ASUCC President
  • Joshua Friedlein
    Joshua Friedlein
    ASUCC Vice President
  • Stacya Baker
    Stacya Baker
    ASUCC Public Relations Officer
  • Ciara Byars
    Ciara Byars
    ASUCC Activities Officer
  • Kira Oerman
    Kira Oerman
    Recruitment Specialist
  • Jason Heald
    Jason Heald
    Music
  • David Farrington
    David Farrington
    Interim VP Student Services
  • Justin Lott
    Justin Lott
    Academic Advisor
  • danielle haskett
    Danielle Haskett
    Accessibility Services
  • Michelle Bergmann
    Michelle Bergmann
    Director of Financial Aid
  • Stephanie Newman
    Stephanie Newman
    Theatre Arts
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    Melinda Benton
    Journalism