The campus will be closed on Thursday and Friday, November 26 and 27 in observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday.
The campus will closed for the winter break from Monday, December 21 through Sunday, January 3. Campus will reopen for winter term classes on Monday, January 4
Neighborhood Thank You
UCC Thrive Group Meetings for Students
Every Monday from 2-3pm and Thursday from 10-11am in the Bistro, Community Health Alliance is facilitating small group discussions. Stress and anxiety can cause: tension, loss of focus, irritability, restless nights, lack of sleep and loss of energy. If you find yourself feeling any of these, consider coming to one of the group sessions. Prefer one-on-one conversation, reach out to the staff in the Bistro Support Center by calling 541-440-7900.
UCC Presidential Search Advisory Committee Forums
The Presidential Search Advisory Committee will be holding forums to get feedback about the characteristics and traits you would like in the next UCC president. The forums will be held in Jacoby Auditorium Lobby on Tuesday, December 1 from Noon-1:00pm and Wednesday, December 2 from 8:00-9:00am
OCCSA Security Consultant Visit – Written Feedback Accepted
Upcoming Events and Activities
Equity Discussions. What is race, class, and gender and how do these constructs shape our behavior and understanding of reality? How does power and privilege function at the individual, institutional, and systemic level? What does social inequality look like in the US? Caroline Hopkins and Tafea Polamalu invite students and staff to join in informal discussion of these topics and more. Friday’s at Noon in ESB 9; bring your lunch!
November 17 – December 9
YesterdayTodayTomorrow: An Exhibit for Hope and Healing. In Whipple Fine Arts Gallery, Monday-Friday from 10am-4pm.
Men’s Basketball vs Willamette University JV. At 7pm in the PE Complex Gym
Thanksgiving Lunch from UCC Catering. Noon-2pm (or as long as supplies last), Student Center Cafeteria. Students and staff are invited to enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving meal together, sponsored by UCC Catering, in coordination with Student Life Office and ASUCC. FREE (donations welcome but not expected).
Women’s Basketball vs George Fox University JV. At 6pm in the PE Complex Gym
Faculty Lecture Series featuring Professor Toni Clough and Professor John Blackwood. Noon in the Student Center Cafeteria. Toni Clough will discuss “The Four Basics of Starting a Business.” John Blackwood will discuss “Living Life to the full in an online world: Protect your online presence & identity from hackers, phishers, and other malfeasant entities.”
Faculty Lecture Series featuring Professor Mary Stinnett and Director Carol McGeehon. 4:30pm in the Student Center Cafeteria. Mary Stinnett will discuss “Who Wants to Be a Guaranteed Millionaire?” and Carol McGeehon will discuss “Scarcity and Ubiquity: How Two Disruptive Technologies Have Changed the World.”
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or call 541-440-7823. This training is sponsored by ASUCC Student Leadership.