UCC is proud to recognize the hard work its students accomplish in order to reach excellence!
This year, Robert Johnson provided 25 children with $100 each to spend however they wish.
“Everything we do is geared toward what the students need and what we can do to make things easier for them."
“Human trafficking is an issue that Douglas County can no longer turn a blind eye on.”
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- Oregon Transfer Days
- UCC Foundation 4th Annual Legacy Ball
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- Emerging as a Regional Leader
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- UCC Welcomes Five Delegates from Ukraine
- Summer Term Honor Roll
- Campus Store Grand Reopening Event
- College Welcomes Credit Union to Campus
- The Journey From Recovery to Discovery
- Becoming What She Always Wanted to Be
- Making a Difference Around the World
- Building Better Futures One Student at a Time
- Working to Make a Dream Come True
- Renovations Write New Chapter for Bookstore
- Celebrating Victories On and Off the Court
- Spring Term Honor Roll
- Nursing Program Granted 8-Year OSBN Approval
- Myrtle Creek Author Receives Honorary Degree
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- Grant Helps Remove Financial Barriers for GED Students
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