WINCHESTER — The Umpqua Community College Board of Trustees met Wednesday with a small agenda for its first board meeting of the 2016-17 academic year. The theme for this school year is “new beginnings.”
WINCHESTER — It was standing room only Saturday night during a star gazing event that served as a grand opening for the new Dr. Paul Morgan Observatory on the Umpqua Community College campus.
WINCHESTER — Umpqua Community College celebrated the grand opening of the Bonnie J. Ford Health, Nursing & Science Center on Tuesday. Officials said the center will serve as a boon to the future of the medical industry within Douglas County.
WINCHESTER — The Umpqua Community College Board of Trustees approved Andersen Construction from Eugene Wednesday as the primary contractor for the Snyder Hall renovation.
Workers from Umpqua Roofing Co. work on the siding of the Bonnie J. Ford Health, Nursing & Science Center in this April, 2016, file photo.
Coinciding with the new fiscal year that started on July 1, the Umpqua Community College Board of Trustees saw some changes at a Wednesday board meeting.
WINCHESTER — The Umpqua Community College 2016 commencement Friday showcased the drive for success of the student body through the toughest year of UCC’s 52-year history.
As a student during the most tragic year in Umpqua Community College history, Kayla Towers looks at life much differently now since the Oct. 1 mass shooting where 10 people died.
WINCHESTER — It was hard enough for Umpqua Community College student Vaughn Kness to juggle a full load of classes and a part-time job last fall.
WINCHESTER — The Umpqua Community College Board of Trustees is winding down from its most turbulent school year in history with one meeting left before the summer break. On Wednesday, board members reviewed updates and wrapped up old business from the 2015-’16 school year.
WINCHESTER — The Umpqua Community College Bonnie J. Ford Health, Nursing & Science Center is tentatively scheduled for completion sooner than expected.
More than two dozen school shootings have triggered fear and panic since Oct. 1, 2015, the morning of the Umpqua Community College massacre, but while the nation’s attention may have shifted away from the small, damaged community, those victimized continue quietly in their recovery.