You've taken the first step toward an education in the United States of America, and we are happy you are exploring Umpqua Community College! There are a number of benefits of pursuing your college career at UCC. This page will guide you through the process to apply as an international student.
International students need to have their credentials evaluated by a Credential Evaluation Service before credits can be transferred to UCC. This evaluation determines the United States education equivalent and provides a recommendation on how to award credit. Click on Credential Evaluation Services to find companies that provide this service and their cost information.
Admission Application Process
To be considered for admission to Umpqua Community College, you must complete an International Application packet. The application will not be reviewed until the following completed forms, documents, AND application fee have been received.
- Writing sample for admission
- Proof of English Proficiency (TOEFL) or IELTS
- $50 Application Fee
- Official copies of all secondary and post-secondary education in the USA or abroad
- Notarized bank statement
Application Fee ($50)
Mail all required application documents with $50 money/postal order to:
UCC's International Admissions Office
PO Box 967
Roseburg, OR USA, 97470
Carefully review the Application Checklist and the Sample Budget listed above for detailed information regarding your application responsibilities and cost associated with schooling.
UCC does not have a deadline for admission. However, all documentation, visa issuance, travel, and advising must be completed prior to admission. It is strongly recommended you submit all application documents a minimum of 90 days prior to when you want to start classes at UCC.
Tuition Deposit Requirement
When you are accepted for study at UCC, a direct deposit must be made in your name. A minimum of $4,000 (USA currency) must be deposited into UCC's bank account to cover your first term, including 12 credits tuition, fees, books, and the first year of Accident and Illness Insurance Premiums.
Upon completing the wire transfer/direct deposit, you must FAX the receipt to the International Admissions Office at 541-440-7713 or mail the receipt to our office. The deposit receipt is required before the I-20 (Certificate of Eligibility Document) will be released to you for tracking the transaction. The receipt will also initiate your account and guarantee the money to be available for your initial expenditures.
UCC's bank account information will be provided in your letter of acceptance.
Visit the Study in the States website.
International Admissions Office
LaVerne Murphy Student Center
Hours: 8am-5pm, Monday-Thursday
Phone: 541-440-7743 or 1-800-820-5161 Ext. 7743
Dustin Cosby - Contact
Enrollment Advisor, DSO