Coronavirus Information

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Umpqua Community College (UCC) is committed to protecting the health of our students and the community. The College is actively gathering and sharing information about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) with our staff and students on its campuses in Roseburg and Myrtle Creek.

While global health experts are learning more about this virus, what is known is that viruses do not discriminate.

COVID-19 is not associated with any race, ethnicity, or nationality. It is vital that our community work to combat discrimination based on racial bias or appearances and to correct misinformation on the spot. Make sure you only share accurate, unbiased information, and speak up when you hear, see, or read misinformation or harassment.

Incidents of bias or harassment on campus can be reported to Student Services. UCC employees should report incidents to the Office of Human Resources.


COVID-19 Operational Plan


Latest Campus Updates


Faculty

Visit MyUCC for information and instructions.


Students Taking For-Credit Courses

Be sure to check your student email daily! Can't get in? Call the Front Desk at 541-440-4600.

UCC Winter term classes will be held ONLINE starting January 4, some exceptions will apply. Be ready to learn ONLINE. You can do it! Get the details.


For Students Taking Community & Workforce Training Courses (Non-Credit)

Are you taking Arts & Crafts, Computers, CPR/First Aid, Drivers Ed, Fitness & Health, Home & Garden, Language & Writing, Recreation, Safety, Special Interest/Parenting, or other classes through Community & Workforce Training (CWT)? Visit the CWT home page.


COVID-19 Resources

UCC's resources and directions come from the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the Oregon Health Authority, and the Higher Education Coordinating Commission (HECC). Please see the links below for more information.

The College’s Emergency Management Team is in close contact with many agencies on a daily / weekly basis and following CDC recommendations to help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses. Custodial services are increasing efforts on campuses to maintain sanitary conditions.


Community Resources

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