April - May 2015
The Bicycle Eclectic from the Open Road Gallery - Art Gallery at UCC -. An eclectic series of portraits of long distance cyclists, taken over the past three decades by Greg Siple of Adventure Cycling. These cyclists come from all over the world. Their variety of style, equipment, route, and purpose is endless—their stories are shared in this exhibit.
eBooks Workshop – from 4:00-4:30pm in the Moody Room. Learn how to access ebooks for academic research and for your reading pleasure. Feel free to bring your device or laptop and your questions!
April 16 and April 18
A View From The Bridge by National Theatre Live. Both performances are at 3pm in Whipple Fine Arts Center, Centerstage Theatre. The great Arthur Miller confronts the American dream in this dark and passionate tale. In Brooklyn, longshoreman Eddie Carbone welcomes his Sicilian cousins to the land of freedom. But when one of them falls for his beautiful niece, they discover that freedom comes at a price. Eddie’s jealous mistrust exposes a deep, unspeakable secret – one that drives him to commit the ultimate betrayal. Tickets are $12 adult; $10 Staff and Seniors; and $8 Students and under 18. For the best seating, get your tickets now! Order online at https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?show=52352
Student Veterans Center One Year Anniversary. 11am – 1pm in the UCC Student Veterans Center, ESB Building. Light refreshments will be served.
April 17 and April 18
Vintage Singers Spring Concert at 7:30pm (both evenings) at the 1st Presbyterian Church, 823 SE Lane, Roseburg. Selections will include pieces by Haydn, Vaughan Williams, and Gjeilo, as well as Irish tunes and American spirituals. The Vintage Singers are comprised of 28 auditioned singers who perform a variety of music from different musical periods and of varying styles. They have performed at international choral festivals as well as Carnegie Hall. ADMISSION IS AT THE DOOR. Ticketing Price: $7/person | $15/family. For more information, contact 541-440-4691
Faculty Lecture Series with Vladimir Dankiv at Noon in Centerstage Theatre, Whipple Fine Arts. Vladimir Dankiv, UCC’s Fulbirght Scholar-in-Residence from Ukraine will speak on Open Innovation: from Ideas to Solutions. Free and open to the public!
Club Fair in the Student Center Lobby from 11am-1pm. Learn about how you can get involved with student clubs on campus.
Faculty Lecture Series with Joan Campbell and Jason Aase at 4:30pm in Centerstage Theatre, Whipple Fine Arts. Joan Campbell will speak on How Technology is Changing Education. Jason Aase will speak on Earthquakes and Tsunamis in the Pacific Northwest. Free and open to the public!
April 23, 25 and 26
Roseburg Concert Chorale 42nd Annual Spring Concert. 7:30pm, April 23, Church of the Nazarene (Myrtle Creek); 3:00pm, April 25, Elkton Bible Baptist Church; and 3:00pm, April 26, First Presbyterian Church (Roseburg). Featuring music of George Gershwin and Gilbert & Sullivan. Directed by Dr. Jason Heald with Tammy Finch Johnson, accompanist.
- ADMISSION IS AT THE DOOR. Ticketing Price: $7/individual | $15/family. For more information, contact 541-496-0748.
Oregon Tech “Rapid Reponse” Admission Event. An Admissions Counselor from Oregon Tech will be on campus from 10am-2pm in WCH 19 to give you an immediate admission decision. If you are interested in applying to OIT (Oregon Tech) and would like to hear a decision right away, please bring the following materials to the Oregon Tech Representative: Official transcripts from all college(s) attended (if you have earned If you have earned less than 24 semester or 36 quarter credits in college, bring official High School transcripts and SAT/ACT scores); aAdditionally, please complete an Oregon Tech application online at least 24 hours prior to visit date. Visit the admissions page at www.oit.edu/admissions to apply! Finally, sign up for this event online at: www.oit.edu/rapidresponse
Walk A Mile In Her Shoe. 4pm starting at the County Courthouse. Come join ASUCC and your fellow students, faculty, staff, and administrators for a fun and impactful event sponsored by Battered Persons Advocacy. Walk-A-Mile In Her Shoes allows men to experience a mile in a woman’s shoes and to stand beside women as allies fighting against violence against women. Stop by Riverhawk Central in the Student Center to pick up a registration form and get more details.
Red Cross Blood Drive. To donate, sign up. Once you have signed up, follow these instructions to make your appointment: Step 1- Sign into your Red Cross account and go to your account homepage; Step 2- Find and click on the link that says new search. ( It is right above the suggested drives at the bottom of the page); Step 3 – In the sponsor code box enter UmpquaCC and click find a drive; Step 4- Make your appointment. If you don’t want to sign up online or are unsure of what your schedule will be like for those days stop by Information Desk in the Student Center.
Campus Club Meetings
This information will be updated as clubs provide their meeting times
- ASUCC Student Leadership Team meets every Monday at Noon in the Board Room in the Administration Building. Students are welcome to attend!
- Geology Club meeting the first and third Thursday of each month at 3:15 in Sci 14
- Phi Theta Kappa meets every Wednesday at 4pm in Library Moody Room [No meeting on April 15)
Student Government needs you! Want to get involved with your school? Stop by Riverhawk Central today to pick up an application for an ASUCC Executive Officer position. Available positions include President, Vice President, Public Relations Officer, Business Manager, and Activities Officer. Applications are due April 17th and time is running out! Direct questions to ASUCC members in Riverhawk Central, in the Student Center
Student Ambassadors and Peer Mentors positions open for 2015-2016. Applications available on Tuesday, April 14 at the Information Desk in the Student Center. Student ambassadors represent Umpqua Community College to prospective students, current students, faculty and staff, community members and guests at the institution. Student ambassadors are first point of contact, are well informed about campus and able to provide direction and assistance as needed. Applicants must be a current full-time student in good academic standing with a 3.0 cumulative GPA or higher and have completed 15 credits at UCC. The Peer Mentor Program is an integral component of the student success initiative on campus. Peer mentors are trained to assist students on a variety of academic and non-academic issues. Peer mentors are expected to work collaboratively to engage students in activities that increase their peers’ involvement in a positive college experience. Peer mentors assist in the creation of an inclusive, academic-focused, engaging, and supportive community Peer mentors must be a be a current full-time student in good academic standing with a 3.0 cumulative GPA or higher, have completed 30 credits at UCC and have completed all pre-college level classes.
RiverRush Bistro is open! The Bistro is open again for spring term. The Bistro has a new group of students excited to show everybody what they can cook for you this term. Come and see what they have to offer. Menu are available online at http://www.umpqua.edu/river-rush-bistro. Also, you can like us on Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/UCCRiverRushBistro. The bistro will offer our themed days like the 50’s Diner day and our great themed buffet days. We will keep those days posted on our website and Facebook pages. Come in and check it out. See you at the Bistro!
Tutoring Services and the Success Center. Starting Tuesday, April 7, Tutoring services will be ending at 4pm and the Success Center area will begin closing at 5pm (the area can still be utilized by students although tutoring will not be offered. Regarding one-on-one tutoring- students can still schedule one-on-one tutoring services that extend past 4pm and weekends. Further, 24/7 tutoring services are accessible through SmarThinking, which students can login to via Angel or Canvas. The UCC Library is open until 8:00pm Monday through Thursday and until 5:00pm on Fridays for students to utilize their silent study and group study areas.