A 5 percent increase in tuition could be possible for the fall 2014 semester because there is likely to be a decrease in state funding, according to a draft... Read More →
A worker’s pockets containing heroin, a syringe, an aluminum can with burn marks, Adderall and Allegra led to his arrest May 4 on campus.
The man, identified as 26-year-old... Read More →
As OCCC graduates plan for the upcoming commencement, there are a few things they need to know, said Barbara Gowdy, graduation services director.
The ceremony will take place... Read More →
Standing up for what you believe in can often be a risky battle. Countless people will ridicule you, judge you and even tell you have no reason to have... Read More →
President Paul Sechrist said he feels confident in the structural integrity of OCCC’s buildings — most of which were designed by RGDC, the same company that has been called... Read More →
Current campus police reports include a campus employee finding a baggie of white powder, an unattended child and bullets discovered in a parking lot.
At approximately 9:08 p.m. April... Read More →
If you haven’t been to the Plaza District, located at 1618 N Gatewood Ave. in Oklahoma City, I strongly recommend that you experience the atmosphere of unique culture, food... Read More →
Ask the five high school students who are enrolled in an English Comp I class at OCCC why they chose concurrent enrollment and you’ll get a mixed bag of... Read More →
Most OCCC students have had an adjunct or, part-time, professor.
OCCC has 369 adjunct professors as of March 2014, in comparison to 143 full-time professors.
Ten years ago,... Read More →
I absolutely love sweets: cupcakes, cookies, cake, brownies — the list is endless.
I’m always looking for a great bakery.
One of my recent notable discoveries is Baked in... Read More →