The UCC Truck Driving Program prepares students for employment as Class A or Class B truck drivers in just 4 weeks. Truck Drivers are in high demand, the industry needs more than 1.1 million new drivers by 2026. The UCC Truck Driver Program is a well-established school that produces a 95% completion rate and over 85% employment rate within a few months of finishing. Whether you are interested in driving locally or long haul, our experienced instructors will get you on the road to a new career.
Contact the following agencies for more information on funding assistance. This program is not eligible for Federal Financial Aid. However, several funding opportunities are available.
Printable Application Option - UCC CDL Application Packet
Get a taste of what it means to be a truck driver in this light-hearted but real pre-trip instructional video.
If you are interested in this program, you must meet the following prerequisites and requirements for a CDL (Commercial Driver's License) permit and UCC training.
Class B Driver’s License Training
Umpqua Community College offers Class B CDL training that allows individuals to drive the second heaviest weight class of commercial vehicles. If you are looking to drive a bus or straight truck, contact the Community and Workforce Training office at 541-440-4668 for information.
Umpqua Community College offers training if you have a CDL and need additional hours to improve or refresh your skills. Contact the Community & Workforce Training office at 541-440-4668 for more information.
For information and application process.
UCC Community & Workforce Training
Commercial Truck Driving Program
1140 Umpqua College Rd.
Roseburg, OR 97470
Classes are held here:
Commercial Truck Driving Center
6482 Dole Road
Myrtle Creek Roseburg, OR
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