The reporting of graduation and transfer rates annually is mandated by federal legislation (PL 101-542). Graduation rates are calculated based on the Federal IPEDS definitions. College graduation and transfer rates are based on known transfers, as confirmed by the National Student Clearinghouse match process.
|IPEDS Cohort Graduation Rates||Fall 2011||Fall 2012||Fall 2013||Fall 2014||Fall 2015||Fall 2016|
For more information about the UCC student population contact the Institutional Research Office at 541-440-4625.
It is the policy of Umpqua Community College, in conformity with the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990, Title 11 of Public Law 101-542, that all criminal actions and other emergencies occurring on campus be reported to Campus Security, located in the Warehouse building.
All criminal actions and other emergencies that occur at off-campus college activities or locations shall also be reported by the college representative to Campus Security.
All information of criminal actions will be forwarded to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office or the appropriate local police agency in whose jurisdiction the incident occurred.
The following statistics identify the number of persons who were arrested, referred, or involved in the incident.
|Description of Crime||FY 09-10||FY 10-11||FY 11-12||FY 12-13||FY 13-14||FY 14-15||FY 15-16|
|Sex Offenses - Forcible||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|Sex Offenses - Non Forcible||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|Burglary (in excess of $500)||8||11||2||5||5||1||0|
|Motor Vehicle Theft||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|Persons Referred to
Campus Disciplinary Action for:
|FY 09-10||FY 10-11||FY 11-12||FY 12-13||FY 13-14||FY 14-15||FY15-16|
|Liquor Law Violations||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|