The Test Center will close on Thursday mornings from 8 a.m. until 10 a.m. starting in the spring 2015 semester. Linda Little, testing and assessment director, said the extra hours... Read More →
The next step in the search for OCCC’s next president, selecting a search firm to help regents recruit and screen candidates, should be completed by the end of January.
Regents... Read More →
Most scholarships require students to write an essay, but a recent contest put on by the OCCC Social Sciences Department only required students to guess 12 historical objects and... Read More →
Breakfast food is the greatest and most versatile type of food known to man. We start the day eating breakfast, and more often than not, we choose to eat... Read More →
While the average college textbook only weighs five pounds, the cost seems to be the real load. The average college student spends $1,200 on books and supplies each year,... Read More →
In the 1800s, Florence Nightingale started a time-honored tradition in the nursing field — the pinning ceremony — where nurses are given a pin upon completion of nursing school,... Read More →
This week’s top crime includes a suspicious individual and a possible assault.
Admissions Adviser Jana Wade reported a suspicious person in the Finanacial Aid area at approximately 11:20 a.m. Nov.... Read More →
After much discussion, the OCCC Board of Regents decided the search for the college’s next president will start first within the walls of the college.
If a suitable... Read More →
Once upon a time, a simpler way of life existed where home-cooked meals, freshly butchered meats, and homemade jellies were not out of the ordinary. Now, these things are looked... Read More →
Not everyone likes to spend hours preparing a Thanksgiving spread. For those folks, a number of restaurants will be open on the holiday that offer traditional foods for reasonable... Read More →