Stress, conflicts, headaches, obstacles, overloads and long nights. “S.C.H.O.O.L.” (get it?). Many students may feel the difficulty of their first year in college, even for those who have just graduated from high school. Where can students find someone who can help with FASFA or that one math problem that seemsContinue Reading

Colleges are required by The Americans with Disabilities Act to ensure equal access for students of all abilities. By these standards, campuses must be architecturally, educationally and systemically accessible for everyone. So how does a school like UCC adapt to shifting needs in accessibility? “It’s called a campus ‘self-evaluation‘ and transition plan,”Continue Reading

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

“The 39 Steps,” a comedy spoof of a Hitchcock movie, has started practice under new UCC theater director Bart McHenry. Rehearsals started this week Monday through Friday, 6 p.m to 10 p.m located at Wayne Crouch hall. “The 39 Steps” will have a free college night show for staff andContinue Reading

Graduation is fast approaching and the end of spring term is on many students’ minds, but the student government election results are not to be overlooked. This election ASUCC had four applicants apply for three positions. Two applicants applied for vice president and the applicant not elected into office by studentsContinue Reading

Outstanding Student Award recipient and engineering transfer student, Hector Cardenas, does not relish the spotlight. When he was nominated for an outstanding student achievement award, some aggressive cajoling was involved to convince this remote student to drive from his present home in Portland to attend the 2022 student achievement ceremony atContinue Reading

A singular exceptional student is chosen every year for the Harry Jacoby award at UCC.  Named after former UCC President Jacoby, who was president from 1964-1975, this award is given to an exceptional student who excels beyond academics. The award is chosen by a faculty led committee made up ofContinue Reading

Summer classes at UCC are now open for registration. These classes are helpful for those who need extra credits to graduate on time or who want to get ahead in their degree. Summer classes are slightly condensed to eight weeks each to compensate for the shorter time frame. Many studentsContinue Reading

Tuition increases will take place over the next three years at UCC, eventually reaching an increase at $120 by fall 2024. This means all students will pay $120 per credit in addition to their pre-existing fees. Currently, tuition is $104. Although the current plans for tuition will increase to $120Continue Reading