Below are links to valuable resources, as well as a description of each. Also, please visit our FAQ page, where you will find answers to many questions you might have.
Community Resources: This link will direct you to another page that contains numerous links to resources such as employment, health, disability services, mental health, drug and alcohol programs, education, and much more.
Accessibility Resources: (Danielle Haskett) This link will direct you to a page that contains information about UCC's Accessibility Services. These services include helping those with disabilities succeed in the learning environment, while also providing tools to help persons with disabilities feel empowered. Accessibility Services can help disabled persons reach their full personal, academic, and vocational potential.
Drug and Alcohol Counseling: This link will direct you to a page that contains links related to drug/alcohol use. These include information for AA and NA, local drug/alchol treatment facilities, national help hotlines, and other links with valuable information concerning the use of drugs and/or alcohol.
Financial Aid: This link will direct you to UCC's Financial Aid page. This page contains all the information you need to get started with any possible financial aid services you qualify for. It helps guide you through the FASFA application process, provides links to financial aid forms you might need, an informative FAQ section answering questions many students have, and much more!
Getting Started at UCC: This link will direct you to UCC's Getting Started page. This page will provide you with the information necessary to begin classes at UCC, such as applying for admission, meeting with an academic advisor, registering for classes, arranging for payment, and more. If you are a prospective student, make sure to take a look at this page.
Help for Prospective Students: This link will direct you to UCC's Prospective Students page. This link contains tons of valuable information to help prospective students, such as placement testing information, returning credit students, help for international students, help for current high school students, and other special information. All of this information helps a prospective student feel more comfortable with the transition to UCC.
Help for Current Students: This link contains important and valuable information for current UCC students. This includes, but is not limited to, advising and career services, campus clubs information, important dates, how to get a student ID card, certificate programs, transfer programs, work-study opportunities, and much more.
UCC Library: This link will take you to UCC Library's homepage. You can search databases from here, search the library's catalog, learn about correct citation formats, a public records search, how to use the library's wireless printer, and much more. This link is invaluable for students.
Advising and Counseling: This link provides information about the Advising and Career Service center. This center encompasses things like academic advising, GED testing, UCC admissions placement testing, career resources, job placement, resume assistance and crisis counseling.
Placement Test Help: This link will take to Act's Compass System, which is the website for the placement test that UCC uses for new students. This website can show you sample questions you might receive on the placement tests. This website should not serve as a way to study for the placement tests; the placement tests are used to assess your current knowledge, and you cannot fail a placement test. Rather, this website should be used to help make you better acquainted with the format of, and less nervous about the test.
Test Preparation: This link will take you to a website where you can take free online practice tests for various tests.
Bus Pass Info: This link will take you to UCC's Bus Service website. This link will provide information on bus passes available to students, usually at a discounted price for the whole term. It also provides direct links to bus routes, making it easy for students taking the bus to find the times and locations that work best for them.
Career and Workforce: This link will take you to the Umpqua Training and Employment (UTE) website. Here, you can find valuable information on employment opportunities, workforce training services, and more. You can also visit UCC's Career and Advising Services Center website.
Career Pathways: This link will take you to UCC's Career Pathways website. Career Pathways are programs designed to help prepare high school students and adults for employment and advancement in targeted occupations.
ABS Student Handbook: This link will take you to the handbook that includes important and valuable information for current ABS students.