Consumer Information

Umpqua Community College (UCC) is required by the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended,  to disclose certain information to enrolled students, prospective students, parents, employees, and others. This information may also be disclosed in other ways by UCC (email, mailings, publications, websites, etc.), but is also provided here for convenience. Information for UCC is provided below, including a listing of the disclosure, a brief description, applicable website addresses, and contact information for college official (or department) who can respond to questions or information requests in their specific areas. Employees of UCC are available with reasonable notice to assist enrolled and prospective students in obtaining consumer information on a full-time basis throughout normal working hours. UCC can provide paper copies of any of the information on the listed websites upon request.

General Institutional Information

Accessibility  Services
College Navigator
Constitution Day

Copyright Infringement Policy
Acceptable Use Policy
Cost of Attendance
Course Catalog
Dual Enrollment - High School Students
Employee Directory
Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA)
Net Price Calculator
Nondiscrimination Policy
Refund Policies
Student Body Diversity
UCC Annual Reports
Student Demographic Information
Textbook Information
Veterans Services
Voter Registration Information

Academic Information

Academic Probation, Suspension & Forgiveness
Adult Basic Skills Program
Areas of Study
     • Transfer Education
     • Career & Technical Education 
Articulation Agreements
     • Agricultural Business Management
     • Business Administration
     • Criminal Justice
     • Early Childhood Development
     • Engineering
     • Human Services
     • Surveying & Geomatics
Campus Facilities
Acceptable Use Policy (Students)
Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act
     • Athletic Program Student Participation Rates and Financial Support Data
Student Complaints & Grievances
Transfer Credit Information

Financial Aid Information

Applying for Financial Aid
Determination of Financial Aid
Eligibility for Financial Aid
Federal Work-Study (FWS)
Financial Aid Programs
Eligible Major List
Return of Financial Aid Due to Withdrawal
Rights & Responsibilities of Students Receiving Aid
Satisfactory Academic Progress Standards (SAP)
Student Job Placement
Study Abroad Programs & Federal Financial Aid
Terms and Conditions
Withdrawal & Refund Policy

Student Loan Information

Entrance Counseling
Exit Counseling
Loan Forgiveness, Cancellation, or Discharge
Loan Facts & Repayment Information
NSLDS Disclosure
Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
Student Loans
Financial Aid Application & Process Information

Student Outcomes

Graduation & Retention Rates
Graduate Employment Status

Health and Safety Information

Drug And Alcohol Prevention Program (DAAPP)
DAAPP Biennial Review (June 2018)
Campus Mental Health & Wellness
Student Resource Guide (campus and local resources)
Emergency Procedures
Crime Statistics & Clery Act
Vaccination Requirements

U.S. Department of Education

College Scorecard