UCC by the Numbers

Academic Year 2022-2023

Our District

UCC is located in Douglas county, Oregon, about five miles to the north of downtown Roseburg. This year, 68% of our students come from within the county. United States Census Bureau data show that Douglas county is Oregon’s fifth largest county by land area (5,036 square miles), and its ninth largest county by population (112,297 source: U.S. Census Bureau July 1, 2022). Many more numbers describing Douglas county are available on the U.S. Census Bureau’s Douglas County, Oregon web page.

Our Campus Locations

  • Main Campus: 1140 College Road, Roseburg, OR, 97470-0226
  • Harold Woolley Adult Basic Education Center: 1634 W. Harvard Avenue, Roseburg, OR, 97471
  • Small Business Development Center: 522 S.E. Washington Avenue, Roseburg, OR, 97470
  • Commercial Truck Driving Center: 6482 N.E. Dole Road, Myrtle Creek, OR, 97457
  • South County Center: 558 and 560 S.W. Chadwick Lane, Myrtle Creek, OR, 97457

Our enrollment

Student Type Count
Unduplicated Headcount – All Students 10,422
Full-Time Equivalent (FTE as calculated by state D4A system) 2,104
Credit Student Total 2,829
Full-Time Credit Students
(12+ credits, fall, winter, and spring terms)
19% of credit students
Part-Time Credit Students
81% of credit students
Pell Credit Students
34% of credit students
Credit Students with Student Loans
16% of credit students
Veteran 293
Dual Credit and Expanded Options Students
(High school students earning college credit)
Basic Education Students 358
Community Education Students 7,593


Our Programs

This table shows the number of programs UCC offers arranged by  program type. More information about each program appears on our Degrees & Certifications webpage, and in our college catalog.

Program Type Count
Academic Transfer 22
Career / Technical Education 19
Certificate Programs (Not including the pathways programs) 20
Pathways Programs 17
Workforce Development Courses 148


Our Top Transfer Majors (By Degrees / Certificates Awarded)

  1. Oregon Transfer Module (OTM)
  2. Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer (AAOT)
  3. Associate of General Studies (AGS)
  4. Associate of Science, Business Administration (AS-BASOU)
  5. Associate of Science, Computer Science (AS-CS)

Our Top Career and Technical Education Majors (By Degrees / Certificates Awarded)

  1. Retail Management Certificate (C-RETL)
  2. Associate of Applied Science, Nursing (AAS-NUR)
  3. Associate of Applied Science, EMS Pathway Certificate
  4. Associate of Applied Science, EMS (AAS-EMS)
  5. Associate of Applied Science, Paralegal Studies (AAS-PARA)

Our Student Outcomes

Degrees and Certificates Awarded

Type Count
Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer (AAOT) 142
Associate of General Studies (AGS) 25
Associate of Applied Science (AAS) 112
Associate of Science (AS) 21
College Certificate 191
Pathways Certificate 91
Non-Credit Training Certificate 126
President’s List Honorees – GPA of 3.75 or higher. 195


Our Student Diversity

Diversity by Race/Ethnicity (Credit-Seeking Students)


Self-Reported Race/Ethnicity Percentage of Credit-Seeking Students
Pacific Islander Less than 1%
Black / African-American 1.8%
Asian 2.0%
American Indian / Alaska Native 1.5%
Blank on application 3.4%
Multiple Races 6.9%
Hispanic 12.3%
White 71.7%


Diversity by Age (Credit-Seeking Students)


Age Range (Years) Percent of Total Credit-Seeking Student Enrollment
1 to 16 1.1%
17 to 19 20.0%
20 to 21 12.0%
22 to 25 13.2%
26 to 29 11.2%
30 to 39 22.4%
40 to 49 13.1%
50 to 59 5.6%
60 to 65 1%
Over 65 Less than 1%


Average Ages and Gender Distribution

Description Value
Average age of credit-seeking students 29.8 years
Average age of all students 33.9 years
Percentage of credit students who are female 56.6%
Percentage of credit students who are male 37.1%
Percentage of credit students who reported another gender (including those who did not report a gender) 6.4%


Our Classes

Credit Class Delivery Methods


Delivery Method Percentage of Courses
Traditional (face-to-face) 58%
On-line (courses delivered remotely in real-time or for delayed viewing) 42%
Hybrid (courses with a face-to-face and on-line component) Less than 1%


Average Class Size and Student to Teacher Ratio for Credit Classes

The average number of students per class across all credit courses and delivery methods is 14. The average ratio of students to instructors in credit classes over fall, winter, and spring terms is 15 students per instructor.