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UCC Concert Band Presents Mythical and Magical Wonders

Mar. 12 • 7:00 p.m.
Jacoby Auditorium

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Explore UCC: 14th annual Douglas County Community Event

Mar. 7 • 4:30 – 6:30 p.m.
UCC Gym
Free community event

What’s Happening at UCC

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Over 220 Students Discover Future Opportunities at UCC Healthcare Career Day

Highschool students from across Douglas County gathered for a full day of sampling a variety of careers in healthcare, in Jacoby Auditorium, Health Nursing and Science Center (HNSC), and the Tech Center, EMS program area.

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Umpqua Community College Unveils Library Remodel: Celebrates Grand Re-opening

Umpqua Community College (UCC) completed an extensive remodel of its library. This transformation elevates modern learning and offers a dedicated space for academic success. Upgrades were made possible as part of a $2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education.
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Student Pathway to Healthcare Occupations Provided through $1M Grant and UCC, Aviva Health Partnership

A new program stemming from a partnership between Umpqua Community College and Aviva Health – with funding from a $1,007,226 grant from the Oregon Higher Education Coordinating Commission (HECC) – will empower students interested in health care careers while addressing the need for local health care workers.

Ask Me About UCC

“I always knew I wanted to be in a creative role and UCC was able to help me down that road.”

— Evie Hango, UCC Alum & Marketing at Con-vey and 7robotics

“No matter what happens in my life I know who to go to or they know who to send me to. I feel like I’m home.”

— Hannah Henriquez,  EMS student & wildland firefighter

“Growing up here it was a natural transition for us to attend UCC,” she said. “The natural resources program was what I needed and the ease of being able to transfer to OSU made things work out well.”

— Maggie Wheaton, UCC Natural Resources student

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