WINCHESTER — The Umpqua Community College Board of Directors delayed a vote during its regular meeting on a proposal to raise tuition for in-state students at the college after a board member suggested the vote had already been taken previously.
WINCHESTER — Umpqua Community College opened its doors Thursday evening for Explore UCC. It was a chance for the public and potential students to come in and view the college’s facilities.
When the legislative session begins in Salem on Feb. 5, Umpqua Community College officials plan to join the state’s other 16 community colleges to ask the Oregon Legislature to allocate an additional $32 million to the Community College Support Fund. The request is to mitigate tuition increa…
WINCHESTER — Umpqua Community College student-athletes are not just competing in sports, but they also continue to push each other in the classroom.
John Fett has joined UCC Community and Workforce Training as its new training services coordinator at Umpqua Community College.
“Grease” is still the word as community actors combine elements of the 1978 movie with the Broadway play this weekend in the first musical production of the UCC theater season.
On Friday, Umpqua Community College will host a Day of Remembrance to reflect on the events of Oct. 1, 2015, when nine people were killed and eight were injured in a school shooting. A tribute to survivors and those lost will be displayed around the campus flag pole.
World-renowned speaker and educator Drew Dudley will give a free presentation at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Umpqua Community College's Centerstage Theatre in the Whipple Fine Arts Building, 1140 Umpqua College Road.
WINCHESTER — The entire Umpqua Community College campus will be closed until noon today because of a broken main water line.
WINCHESTER — Almost two years after a mass shooting on Oct. 1, 2015, the Umpqua Community College Board of Trustees Memorial Advisory Subcommittee has selected a tentative campus location for a future memorial.
Children looked on with their parents as firefighters approached a silver car. In the seat lay a 13-year-old boy, his eyes closed. Beads of red glistened on the side of his face.
WINCHESTER — Inspired by speakers sharing uplifting messages about perseverance, overcoming fear, failure and ambition, nearly 340 Umpqua Community College students participated in a commencement ceremony under cloudy skies Friday night at the Swanson Amphitheatre.