Following a rigorous evaluation, Oregon State Board of Nursing grants nursing program maximum time allotment until next evaluation.
Heilman will receive an Honorary Associate of Arts Degree during Friday’s commencement celebration.
This prestigious award honors persons who have made significant contributions to UCC through their actions, talents, dedication, and/or financial support.
$7,400 award from the Cow Creek Foundation will help reduce out-of-pocket costs for tuition and testing.
New this year, the College will hold a combined ceremony for all graduates and award more than 500 degrees, certificates, and diplomas.
Academic coaching provides fellow students with the opportunity to educate themselves further on the subjects of their need.
"There’s a lot of different things that I’ve learned from Engineering Technology that I’ve applied to my internship, which has been really cool.”
“Furthering my education really helped me get to where I am today. I use everything I have learned."
This year's student art exhibit features more than 100 pieces of art created by UCC students.
Sixteen trees were recently planted on the UCC campus to replace the trees that were downed during February's snowstorm.
Using every trick in the book, UCC provided Patrick Schneider with the knowledge and skills he needed to build a radio station from scratch.
UCC's Dental Assisting program partners with local dentist to offer free oral cancer screenings.
Student leaders and UCC campus community members wore bright red lipstick this week in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
A film focused on finding ability in disability will be shown at the UCC campus on Tuesday, April 23.
High school students across Douglas County compete in UCC's first ever regional math competition.
This year's business conference is designed to help companies focus on improving company culture.
Student leaders at Umpqua Community College (UCC) organize several campus events in April as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Savanna Waters traveled to UCC from the Salem area to sign her commitment to study Dental Assisting this Fall.
UCC's Truck Driving program is the proud new recipient of a state-of-the-art big rig. On Feb. 21, the program received the keys to a truck donated by Daimler Trucks North America.
“What Needs to Be Said…” debuts in dual-venue presentation; features works by Samantha Wall, Karl Berkheimer, Storm Tharp, and Blair Saxon Hill (left to right).
Teichner is a student in UCC's Paralegal Studies program.