Student Orientation

 

Upcoming SO Dates

TBA

 

SO Registration

 

Mary Morris - Contact
Lead Academic Advising Specialist
Phone: 541-440-7763

Frequently Asked Questions

Where do I check in?

How long does Student Orientation last?

Do I have to stay the entire time?

Where can I park?

Where can I purchase food or drinks?

I’m not able to attend the session I signed up for – can I attend a different session?

Is Student Orientation mandatory?

Questions?

Where do I check-in?

Check-in for sessions held Monday - Friday is at the Advising & Counseling Department in the Student Center Building.  Check-in for Saturday sessions will be given by phone at the time of reservation. Please arrive 10-15 minutes prior to the start of SO.  Late arrivals will be rescheduled for the next available open session.

How long does Student Orientation last?

Approximately four hours.

Do I have to stay the entire time?

Yes. Student Orientation is MANDATORY.  It is important that you participate in all the Student Orientation activities as the program has been designed to help prepare you for your first term as a student at UCC.  If you have to leave early, you will be rescheduled to attend the next available open session. 

Where can I park?

You may park in any of the white painted parking space on campus.  However, 30 minute parking spaces are strictly enforced for 30 minute parking. 

Where can I purchase food or drinks?

During regular hours of operation for the college, the Cafeteria and Bookstore will be open for purchases.  Closed on Saturday & Sunday. 

I’m not able to attend the session I signed up for – can I attend a different session?

Space is limited and sessions fill up quickly.  We encourage students to keep their reserved spot.  If you need to cancel, you will be placed in the next available open session.  Please call 541-440-4610 to reschedule.

Is Student Orientation mandatory?

Yes.  In order to register for credit classes, you must complete Student Orientation at Umpqua Community College. 

Questions?

Questions or additional information may be directed to the Advising & Counseling Department at 541-440-4610 or contact Mary Morris.

 SO Resources

New Student Orientation Handbook - Part 1

New Student Orientation Handbook - Part 2

Time Management Calculator

Learning Styles

Student Orientation Survey

Student Needs Assessment