OCCC follows numerous laws and policies. Among those policies one of the most important to maintain compliance with is the Americans with Disabilities Act , said Pat Stowe, Student... Read More →
As this semester draws to a close, I am reminded of the people who have made a positive impact on my life, directly and indirectly.
We are, some... Read More →
Dot Wo was established in 1989 serving Chinese cuisine at two metro locations.
I chose the one neatly tucked in the corner of Chatenay Square, at the corner of... Read More →
Need a quick fix of cash to help pay for gas or your books for the summer semester? OCCC book buyback will be May 7 through 12 and again... Read More →
Buckle up! It’s the law. However, day in and out I see cars zoom by with children playing about in the car without a seat restraint.
My question for those... Read More →
Mike Wallace, 93, died on Saturday, April 7, surrounded by family in a long-term care center in Canaan, Connecticut.
Wallace, a legendary journalist, was perhaps best known as a... Read More →
I had promised to take my children to see “The Lorax” after it opened in March, so over spring break we took our seats as the theater began to... Read More →
Students across campus will be noticing new wayfinding signs.
They are sharply designed with colors that complement the current campus designs and brings curb appeal up a notch or two.... Read More →
When OCCC began offering students a way to get their financial aid and loan money more quickly through a company called Higher One, the expectations were high.
Almost four... Read More →
TRiO students will tour the campus of Southern Nazarene University from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Feb. 17 in Bethany.
Students will have an opportunity to visit with the admissions... Read More →