Location

We are fortunate to be on the beautiful Oregon coast.

Our office is located on Southwestern Oregon Community College campus in Coos Bay. 

For a map of the campus, go here.

 

Southwestern Oregon University Center

Tioga Hall, Room #318

1988 Newmark Ave.  

Coos Bay, OR 97420

Phone: 541-888-1518;

Fax: 541-888-1530

southwestern@ous.edu

 

Staff

Meggan McLarrinB.S., University Center Director/OSU Open Campus Education Coordinator

University Center Director: 541-888-1510

Open Campus: 541-888-7232 

meggan.mclarrin@oregonstate.edu                                                                                                                    

Meggan McLarrin has been a part of the SWOCC community for the past nine years, and began working at the Family Center as a substitute teacher.  She earned an Associate Arts Oregon Transfer degree and an Associate Applied Science degree in early childhood education from SWOCC, and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Eastern Oregon University. Currently, Meggan is completing an online master's degree in mental health counseling from Walden University.  She enjoys working for the University Center because she can share her experiences and knowledge about being a distance education student and help students reach their educational goals while living on the South Coast. In addition to her work and academic pursuits, Meggan is a loving wife and mother of two adorable children.    

 

Jaimee Belzer, B.A., University Center Program & Academic Advisor 

541-888-1518 

southwestern@ous.edu

Jaimee Belzer has been a part of the SWOCC community for the past six years, receiving an Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree in 2011. In 2014 she completed a Bachelors of Arts in English, accompanied by minors in Interdisciplinary Writing & Rhetoric as well as Physical Education & Sport, from Eastern Oregon University. Working in higher education has always been a goal for Jaimee, making the University Center a fitting place to begin her career. She appreciates being able to expand her knowledge on the inner workings of the university system while also finding joy in helping students in their own academic journey. In addition to her busy life as a wife, mother of two rambunctious boys and career woman, she enjoys coaching basketball for the local Boys & Girls Club, being a member of the Bay Area Sunrise Rotary Club and engaging youth to be active community members through Interact Club.