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Community College Tuition To Be Free For Students Within 6 Months Of High School Graduation Oregon students will now be eligible to attend community college for $50 per term, a significant discount from the $1,500 cost of attending full-time currently. Oregon Gov. Kate Brown said the Promise Bill and other higher education pending funding should improve college affordability for families, according to her press release.Read More →

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Adjunct Speech Communication faculty Dustin Cosby is creating a series of portraits to be shown beginning Nov. 16 in Whipple Fine Arts. The finished project will be displayed over a three screen process in the gallery. The photographs will feature students, staff and faculty members wearing their I Am UCC and UCCStrong apparel in a setting of the subjects choosing. He is looking for volunteers to be photographed showing, or to offer anonymous statements about, where they are at in the grieving and healing process after Oct. 1.Read More →

Several staff who work in Snyder Hall have recently  experienced adverse health effects with at least two incident reports recently  filed related to severe respiratory distress attributed to the office building. In the last couple months, concerns of air pollution in  Snyder Hall led Jess Miller, director of Maintenance and Grounds, to hire a  certified industrial hygienist to inspect the Snyder office building. Brad Johnson from PCA Health; Safety Consultants of Lake  Oswego evaluated the building on Oct. 23. Results showed poor indoor air  quality, as well as microbial and ventilation issues, among other problems. This is not the first year that Snyder staff haveRead More →

The Debate Club is selecting their topic for the upcoming formal debate during winter term in a new and unusual way. The topic for the winter term will be chosen by the student body in order to peak more interest in the club by allowing students to be interactive and influential in what the Debate Club debates. The idea is also expected to raise awareness of the debate club and its beneficial elements. ASUCC President Mark Silva-Horta said that he would like to see the club explore subjects like U.S. health care or campus policies. If you would like to participate in Debate Club, theyRead More →