ASUCC approves partial funding for Flegel Center artwork The athletics department has been putting together a redecoration project for the Flegel Center’s baseball dorms that will include photos by local photographer and state representative, Gary Leif. “SBDC (Small Business Development Center) and the athletics department collaborated on it,” Athletic DirectorContinue Reading

Students can advance their careers during summer using resources provided through UCC Summer term presents many career paths and educational opportunities that students who have extra time can take advantage of. Community and Workforce Training courses offer a hands-on experience that many students don’t often have time for. The CommunityContinue Reading

UCC offers students job information and resources to decrease student unemployment at job fair Find a summer job that will pay tuition and class fees. Since last year’s layoffs due to COVID-19, businesses are struggling to find employees.  UCC Job Placement Coordinator Inez Orozco says, “It is a challenge forContinue Reading

ASUCC election and constitutional amendments on the 2021-22 ballot Students can now vote using a Canvas shell for next school year’s ASUCC student government leaders and proposed amendments to the ASUCC constitution are also currently available for review and voting. “UCC’s shared governance model ensures students are represented on its key councilsContinue Reading

Vaccination side-effects cause concerns for the new availability to ages 16 years and older With the ever increasing and changing Covid-19 virus that is starting to affect younger people more seriously, health officials are saying it’s more important than ever to become fully vaccinated to safeguard the community. College students,Continue 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