Fall 2014, Week 7

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Dates and Deadlines

OSAC Scholarship available November 3.  Beginning November 3, graduating high school seniors, current undergraduate and graduate college students, and people attending college for the first time can apply for nearly 500 privately funded scholarships.   Visit OSAC’s at beginning November 3. Click on the ‘Scholarship’ tab to access the application, search for scholarships, and find links to everything scholarship related.


Registration for Winter term begins November 10 at 8am. Campus is closed on November 11, but online registration will be available.  Registration for classes is based on earned hours; the hours you are enrolled in for fall term do not count towards earned hours.  See the registration times below:

November 10-12:  >=45 earned credit hours

November 13-16:  >=30 earned credit hours

November 17-19:  >=15 earned credit hours

November 20-23:  >=1 earned credit hour

November 24:  Open Registration

Upcoming Events/Activities

During the month of November - Food for Fines in the UCC Library.  Fines may be paid at the rate of one canned food item for each $1.00 or part of a dollar owed in overdue fines. (This applies only to overdue fines, not any other charges.)  Food will be accepted in lieu of money for fines only during November 2014 during library open hours. Fines can also be paid with cash or check.  Donations must be made at the front desk and presented to a staff member to receive credit.  Food items can also be donated to the food drive, even if you don’t owe a fine. We encourage a generous donation.  Through a partnership with ASUCC all food items will be collected and distributed to benefit the students of UCC.  Please consider donating the followings:  Cranberries (canned), Corn (canned), Green beans (canned), Yams (canned), Cream of Mushroom Soup (canned), Peas (canned), Olives (canned), Fruit cocktail (canned), Chicken broth (canned or carton), French Fried Onions (canned),  Stuffing mix, Gravy (canned or envelope), Pudding mix, Aluminum Foil, Disposable roasting pans, Sparkling Cider.

November 7-16 –Noises Off in Whipple Centerstage Theatre.  Performances are at 7pm Friday’s and Saturday’s (November 7, 8, 14, 15) and at 2pm on Sunday’s (November 9, 16).  Opening night performance on November 7, with dinner, starting at 5:30pm.  UCC Theatre Arts presents the hit comedy NOISES OFF!, by Michael Frayn (winner: Olivier Award). The play within a play features an ambitious director and his frustrated cast as they rehearse their flop farce, “Nothing On.” This hilarious show starts to fall apart just as the lights come up on stage! Stephanie Newman directs a local cast that features some very distinguished veteran actors and community members, from a UCC board member to business owners and teachers from our local schools.  Tickets are available at

November 13 - Create-a-Quilt Block for Quilt of Valor in the Student Center from 10am to 2pm.  UCC Veterans Center and the Umpqua Valley Quilters' Guild invite you to participate in making quilt blocks for a Quilt of Valor.  If you haven't had the opportunity, stop by the Student Center and see the quilts on display in the lobby area.

Campus Club Meetings

This information will be updated as clubs provide their meeting times

  • ASUCC Student Leadership Team meets every Monday at Noon in the Board Room in the Administration Building.  Students are welcome to attend!
  • Debate Club meets every Friday at noon in Snyder Hall, room 18.
  • Drama Club meets every Tuesday at 12:15 in Whipple Fine Arts Centerstage
  • Engineering Club meets every other Friday at Noon in JH 16; check in the ASUCC Student Leadership Office for the next meeting time
  • Phi Theta Kappa meets every Wednesday at Noon in Lockwood Hall, room 2.
  • Spanish Club meeting meets beginning Tuesday, October 21 at Noon in Snyder Hall 10.
  • UCC Veterans Club meets Wednesday at Noon in the Veterans Center. 


River Rush Cafe will be open from 7:30am-3pm Monday-Thursday and 7:30am-2pm on Friday until further notice.

Student Tutor Position in Tri-City – the UCC Success Center is needing to hire a peer tutor to help with middle school and high school students in Tri-City, Monday – Wednesday from 3-5pm. This is a paid position ($9.10/hour) and would involve tutoring middle and high school students in math. If you are interested in applying for the position, please contact Daniel Bates, UCC Success Team Tutoring Specialist at 541-4600 ext 4607 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..