Umpqua is a public college located in Oregon. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 871 undergraduate students. The Umpqua acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Liberal Arts and Humanities, Marketing, and Nursing. Graduating 20% of students, Umpqua alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $22,900.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.33 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.31 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.31 responses
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Umpqua Community College Reviews
I have just started out with college, but already am finding in enjoyable. I am a homeschooled graduate and find the current online class I am taking for the summer (WR121) to be enjoyable and fun! It isn't as boring and difficult as I thought it would be since I am enjoying being able to research and write different papers which for me had never been too hard. I was able to have fun with my papers even when the topics were limited. My teacher was amazing and very helpful, and I would certainly take her classes again if the chance arrived
As a first-year student at UCC, I have gained precious knowledge in the classroom and countless life lessons. College is a big step forward and moving away from your home and family is a commitment in itself. However, the learning curves and anxiousness soon disappear, and you begin to settle in and enjoy what the institution has to offer. I have met some fantastic people, and have had my lifelong dream of playing collegiate basketball. The countless hours of balancing school work and sports is always a grudge, but it helps make you more disciplined and makes you grow up faster. Living on your own comes with its challenges nonetheless, but it makes you encounter life in a way we have never experienced. There are always dark days, but in the end, it is very beneficial for the development from adolescence to adulthood. The UCC administration does a factasic job acidemically and athletically to help student-athletes succeed, and further our goals.
I love how beautiful the campus is, it helps create a relaxed atmosphere! I also love how easy it is to find places to study both indoors and outdoors! I also like how involved everyone is in campus events, and how easy it is to communicate with other students and employees. Something else that is nice is the laid back friendly vibe you get from employees that makes it easy to talk and get help or advice from them!