• OregonHECC
  • Need to talk? Community partners have come together to provide support and sharing with UCC students, faculty and staff.

    Mental health professionals are offering no-cost grief sharing: 9am-8pm through Thursday at the Ford Foundation, 1600 NW Stewart Pkwy; and the Community Health Alliance, 201 Medical Loop.

    Beginning Monday, Oct 5, grief sharing will be available on campus, 7:30am - 5pm in the cafeteria.

    The Community Health Alliance is staffing a 24-hour hotline at 541-440-3532 or 800-866-9780.

  • Andrea Henderson
  • Want to help?

    The Greater Douglas United Way is accepting donations via text and online: http://www.gduway.org/UCCgive

    The Umpqua Community College Foundation is accepting donations online and by mail: https://www.umpqua.edu/scholarships-donations

    We strongly recommend that donors cast a careful eye when considering other funds, as some are not based at charitable organizations and might apply high administrative fees. Also, unfortunately, at times like these, there are unscrupulous people who will set up false accounts.

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  • Stay up-to-date on the latest developments.

    A tribute to the victims: http://tinyurl.com/pe74yz4

    Campus is OPEN to registered students, faculty and staff ONLY the week of Monday, Oct. 5.

    All classes and campus events are cancelled until Oct. 12.

    Get UCC-related local news flash alerts.

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Campus is OPEN to registered students, faculty and staff ONLY the week of Oct. 5. All classes and campus events are cancelled until Oct. 12. Also, please see student/staff FAQs.

  • Umpqua Chamber Orchestra

    2014 Umpqua Chamber Orchestra

    Announcing the start of the 2015-16 season and open positions.

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  • Faculty Lecture Series

    Faculty Lecture Series

    Stimulate the mind and spirit by attending these fascinating 20-minute presentations.

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Areas of Study


Umpqua Community College provides accessible and affordable quality college education, life-long learning opportunities, workforce training, and cultural programs for our communities.

In all the areas of study that are offered by the college, the goal is to be a center for excellence. UCC values a caring learning environment that promotes the scholarship, innovation and success of all student. The course offerings are always continuing to expand and change. Please explore the educational possibilities that are available at Umpqua Community College.

Transfer Education

The Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer (AAOT) and Associate of Science (AS) degrees are designed to meet the first two years of academic work at a college or university. The AAOT degree meets all of the lower division (freshman and sophomore) general education requirements at all of the Oregon University System (OUS) schools, and many other colleges and universities. Associate of Science (AS) degrees are specific to receiving institutions and meet the receiving institution requirements as described by articulation agreements. The Oregon Transfer Module (OTM) is a subset of the AAOT and is designed to partially meet the General Education assignment of the OUS schools, totaling a minimum of 45 credits.

Career Technical

The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree and one-year certificate programs prepare students for entry into the work force in specific areas. There are also short-term pathway certificates available in many CTE programs. Because of its emphasis on application, this educational offering is meant to help individuals to become qualified for employment.

Community & Workforce

These offerings range from personal and professional to hobby or recreational courses, but are not part of a degree program. Community & Workforce education provides the individuals with the opportunity to learn new skills for professional development, personal enjoyment and self enrichment.

Small Business Development

Building a successful business requires much learning along the way. These offerings include training in accounting, marketing, software, sales and other areas that will help small businesses to be successful.

Adult Basic Skills

Adult Basic Education, Adult High School Diploma, GED, English as a Second Language, U.S. Citizenship, Developmental Education classes and tutoring are available.

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    Interim President
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    Caroline Hopkins
    Director of Student Support
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    Tafea Polamalu
    Retention Specialist
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    Susan Taylor
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    Dave Stricklin
    Women's Basketball Coach
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    Jan Woodcock
    Social Science
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    Kira Oerman
    Recruitment Specialist
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    Jason Heald
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    Marjan Coester
    Student Life Director
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    Justin Lott
    Academic Advisor
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    Danielle Haskett
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    Michelle Bergmann
    Director of Financial Aid
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