Drunk driving awareness month which just wrapped up in April, serves as a reminder that it’s never a good idea to drink and drive.
Those who do could face serious... Read More →
The President’s Cabinet voted to approve changes to “Procedure 4030: Student Appeal of a Grade” at a meeting April 11. Academic Affairs Vice President Felix Aquino said the change... Read More →
As part of Green Week and the celebration of the planet on Earth Day, OCCC will host a service day to clean up its adopted street, a stretch of... Read More →
The second Multicultural Student Business Forum will again bring together students from OCCC and Ulyanovsk State University in Russia.
A video conference between the two is planned for 9 a.m.... Read More →
The Enrollment and Student Services office, along with Student Life, recently presented Diana Rivera with a new Dell laptop computer.
Rivera’s name was drawn from about 50 names of... Read More →
The Instructional Administrative Procedures Committee is considering a draft proposal that would bring changes to the final grade appeal process.
The biggest change would be that professors would no... Read More →
“Darkest Mercy” is the fifth and final book of the faery series written by Melissa Marr. It brings to a conclusion all the plots Marr wove throughout her books... Read More →
Students in Free Enterprise is collecting canned goods and monetary donations through April 18 for the Let’s Can Hunger challenge sponsored by Campbell Soup Company, said Kody Payne, Students... Read More →
David Coleman will return to OCCC at 2 p.m. on Thursday, March 10, to lecture on the topic of his newest book, “Making Relationships Matter,” in CU 2 and... Read More →
Students encountering challenges as they begin or continue their education at OCCC may not fully realize the range of support services available to help them overcome these challenges.
The Student... Read More →