Students who would like to take evening classes but have no reliable transportation are in luck as EMBARK Link Service is now making several scheduled evening stops at the OCCC... Read More →
Around 30 universities will be on campus for the Transfer Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 25, in the Main Building lobby. Graduation, Employment and Transfer Services... Read More →
Maya Angelou, an African American poet, educator, actress, civil rights activist, passed away almost a year ago on May 24, 2014. Her legacy has inspired many people and is someone... Read More →
QPR is a form of suicide prevention training that stands for Question, Persuade, Refer and allows the friends, parents, teachers to help those struggling with thoughts of suicide, said Janey... Read More →
The Board of Regents is moving right along with the presidential search process and is asking for students, faculty, and staff to get involved.
Open forum listening sessions... Read More →
Christmas Connection is an organization that provides household items and basic necessities for low-income residents of Oklahoma City, according to their website. OCCC students have the opportunity to help... Read More →
Business majors who are trying to decide which four-year school to attend can get help with that decision through some upcoming transfer tours offered by OCCC.
Tours are planned... Read More →
OCCC is giving students the opportunity to save other peoples’ lives. According to the Oklahoma Blood Institute (OBI,) three people can be saved by one donation of blood.
Students, faculty,... Read More →
Around 75 percent of college students change their major at least once during their college career, according to Penn State University.
Tamara Madden, academic advising director, said students can attend... Read More →
Volunteering one hour typically equals around $22 of labor. Add up all of the hours OCCC students, faculty, and staff volunteer each year, and the sum of money is huge,... Read More →