UCCOnline Learning

Summer term is coming soon! 

  • Online Summer courses will be available June 20, 2016.
  • All courses can be found in our course learning management system called Canvas. If you are new to  Canvas, please visit New to Canvas located on the right.
  • For face to face classes, your instructor will let you know in class if you need to login to Canvas.

On-campus Canvas orientations are listed in Announcements.

UCCOnline is now offering Course Previews!

Thinking about doing some Web Design?

Preview of the newly redesigned "VC134 Intro to Dreamweaver" course.

Adobe Dreamweaver is the leading software in the industry for professional web development, and is an essential tool for any web designer. In this class students will learn the basics of this software as well as essential practices for professional web design and site development. This course will cover how to use Dreamweaver to manage site files, insert text and images, link pages together, and incorporate and apply basic CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) to font elements. Students will utilize Dreamweaver's built in CSS Layouts for positioning elements within web pages. Use of tables for laying out tabular data will be covered. Emphasis will be placed on creating intuitive web structures on a basic level.

Watch the video below to check out what will be covered in VC134 Adobe Dreamweaver CC!

 

Hours & Information

UCCOnline - Educational Skills Building (Rm 34)
Hours:
8am-5pm, Monday-Thursday
Phone: 541-440-7685

Help with Canvas

Call or chat Canvas 24/7
1-855-782-5890
(Or click on Help menu in Canvas)

Email UCCOnline
or call 541-440-7685

Help with PIN for

  • Student Self Service
  • Student Email

Contact the Help Desk
Call 541-440-7808

Other Help with

  • Registration
  • Advising

Contact Welcome Center
Call 541-440-4600

Out-of-State Online Students

A Special Note: In compliance with the Higher Education Opportunities Act of 2008, the U.S. department of Education (USDOE) conducted a Negotiated Rule Making Process in 2010, and institutions offering distance education must provide enrolled and prospective students with contact information for filing complaints with its accrediting agency and with the appropriate state agency for handling complaints in the student's state.

It is recommended that students taking online classes at Umpqua Community College first pursue their concerns with Umpqua’s program areas. Students taking online classes at Umpqua Community College who reside out-of-state should follow UCC's Grievance Procedures. If the dispute cannot be resolved internally, students should contact their home-state complaint agency.