Lockwood Hall, the industrial arts building, recently celebrated to show off their new makeover in an open house that revealed the long overdue upgrade to the welding, automotive and now apprenticeship programs.    In the late afternoon of Nov. 1, an enthused collection of students, proud UCC staff and the interested public came to the Lockwood open house to see the vast array of changes which the studentsContinue Reading

With COVID-19 restrictions the last few years, music and theater programs have been especially challenged as directors struggle to coordinate shows and find places groups can perform. Some schools and places are still not allowing performances at their location.   In spite of the challenges, UCC music director Jason Heald says that in-person shows are vital: â€śIt’s therapeutic socially to be making music again.”   To enable in-person shows, Heald explained that all of the UCCContinue Reading

UCC is hiring for many positions from student jobs, to faculty and part-time instructors, to custodians and campus security, to administration and other full-time staff.  Lisa Cram, payroll assistant and human resource staff member, is responsible for doing much of the advertising on recruitment sites. UCC has selection committees for eachContinue Reading

Centerstage Swanson Amphitheatre buzzed with improbable alien activity for three weeks in October as the theatre department’s community theatre project opened with their first show of the school year, “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Radio Plays,” based on the iconic space comedy written by Douglas Adams. The production opened justContinue Reading

Students can interact with each other and learn more about what is offered at UCC by visiting the Hawk Hangout Canvas option on the Canvas dashboard. Opening the Hawk Hangout was a part of one of PTK’s college projects last year to help support the college’s goals and its overallContinue Reading