Transform Lives and Enrich Communities
Umpqua Community College will be a model for educational innovation, empowering all students to contribute to an ever-changing, diverse world with confidence, competence, and compassion.
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Innovative, Real-World Education
Since 1964, Umpqua Community College has served as the regional center for affordable, high-quality and transformational education in Douglas County, Oregon. On our picturesque 100-acre campus, community members of all ages can find coursework providing personal enrichment or a fast-track to in-demand, well-paying careers. UCC’s commitment to community enhancement has driven a partnership with local businesses seeking solutions for emerging workforce challenges in our rural community.
Offering more than 70 programs leading to accredited degrees and certificates, UCC provides an innovative, culture-rich learning environment that can help students enter the workforce, learn a new skill or trade, advance their education or career. UCC also offers specialized short-term programs that you can complete in as few as 6 weeks or 6 months.
For many students, the educational opportunity will be life changing and represents a powerful way to improve their lives and the lives of their households and communities.
Student to Teacher Ratio
Student who benefit from financial Aid
Full-time faculty with master’s or doctorate
UCC’s estimated economic impact on Douglas County
Jobs supported by the activities of UCC and our students
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Meet Some of Our Faculty
“Having a cutting-edge, new automotive training facility will enable students to learn the latest technologies and transition to careers in our local community faster.”
– John Blakely
Associate Professor, Automotive
“It is exciting and rewarding to help students realize their potential and grow into a career of their choosing.”
– Crystal Sullivan
Chair of Social & Behavioral Sciences
“UCC is one of 15 colleges nationwide to be selected and awarded grant funds for a new AI lab Incubator Network, sponsored by Dell, and the American Association of Colleges”
– John Blackwood
Associate Professor, Computer Science