Although the sun is an extremely important part of every day life, it also brings substantial dangers.
Sun exposure is necessary for everyone in limited amounts. It’s the primary... Read More →
Student loan debt exceeds $1 trillion dollars across the nation — a figure that likely exceeds credit card debt, said Linette McMurtrey, Financial Aid assistant director.
All student... Read More →
I’m going to Kuwait!
Most of you are probably wondering why I put an exclamation point on the end of that and yes, it is because I am so beyond... Read More →
OCCC’s 2012 commencement ceremony will be held at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 11, in the Cox Convention Center, located near Reno and Robinson in downtown in Oklahoma City.
According... Read More →
WeatherSchool is making its way to OCCC from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on March 30 in the General Dining area.
Lisa Teel, Emergency Planning and Risk Management director, said... Read More →
It was the student’s time to shine on March 8 at the Oklahoma History Center where possible employers, students and faculty gathered to celebrate a job well done.
This... Read More →
When you’ve been to aquariums on either coast of this country, you don’t hold high expectations for ones that are stuck spot in the middle of Oklahoma.
You’ve probably... Read More →
Professional Development and Student Support Services presents an Addiction Series Monday, March 5 through Thursday, March 8 in College Union 3.
Presenter Erin Koos will cover “Drug and Alcohol,... Read More →
Seddik Halabi, 33, moved from his home in Morocco to Oklahoma in 2001.
“I chose Oklahoma after doing extensive research on the cost of living and schooling,” Halabi said.
Halabi... Read More →