That time of the year has come yet again, FAFSA time. Many students struggle with getting it done because it’s time-consuming, taxing (literally) and ongoing. However, it is also the vital reason most students can go to college. “FAFSA allows the college to see where students can get federal fundsContinue Reading

Fall term marked the start of new beginnings for UCC: UCC started with a new president, a new blended modality class structure option for students and an exponential amount of new technology. Although the new technology allows room for future growth for students and instructors, the process of learning everythingContinue Reading

Graduation ceremony information for graduating students UCC’s  57th graduation ceremony on Friday, June 11 will again be a bit untraditional; the graduation ceremony will take place in students’ cars.  The carmencement, a drive-thru graduation, starts at 6 p.m.; however, students need to arrive at 5 p.m. to line up.  LastContinue Reading

New UCC president selected in announcement  Upon President Debra Thatcher’s retirement, UCC welcomes the 12th president, Rachel Pokrandt. The Board of Education announced Pokrandts election on April 16 via UCC’s Facebook page.  UCC Board of Education Chair Steve Loosley ran the Facebook live and acknowledged students, staff and others with theirContinue Reading

Search for next UCC president comes to an end Three presidential candidates remain as UCC’s Board of Education’s months of searching comes to an end. Current UCC President, Debra Thatcher is retiring June 30. To fill her position, UCC’s Board of Education will soon select one of three possible candidates: Ryan Melton, Rachel PokrandtContinue Reading

New UCC resource, VDI, is explained in how to video UCC is providing resources for students and staff to make virtual learning a little bit easier by offering a VDI. This system should allow students and staff to access and operate the UCC lab computers remotely when the kinks areContinue Reading