Oklahoma City citizens recently celebrated a little-known holiday with a big impact.
Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day or Emancipation Day, is a celebration of African American history held every... Read More →
OCCC students and visitors may soon find it easier to navigate between classes and buildings thanks to new signs that are being installed on all campus buildings, said John Boyd,... Read More →
The Keith Leftwich Memorial Library is adding new digital services to help students use the library’s facilities more easily and effectively, library staff say.
Amanda Lemon, electronic services librarian,... Read More →
The OCCC Bookstore will be closed June 28 to 30 for annual inventory, said Brenda Reinke, store director. Inventory takes place every year at this time in preparation for incoming... Read More →
Fifty pieces of artwork created by more than 30 local artists is currently on display in the OCCC Art Gallery as part of the Oklahoma Watermedia Association 2010 Mixed Media... Read More →
Students, staff and visitors will soon be banned from using tobacco on campus.
The OCCC Board of Regents adopted a resolution June 21 to support the development of a... Read More →
A Florida University administrator with a penchant for fixing old sports cars was named OCCC’s new Vice President of Community Development recently.
Steven Bloomberg, executive director of Community Development... Read More →
Students who plan to graduate at the end of this summer must submit their applications by the end of July, said Barbara Gowdy, Graduation Services director.
The deadline is... Read More →
Student Employment and Career Services is hosting Career Power Workshops at 12:30 to 1 p.m. every Thursday during the summer in Main Building, Room 1G7.
The workshops will cover... Read More →
OCCC has experienced a record-breaking summer enrollment, due in part to an increase in adult students and those taking developmental classes.
The college headcount is expected to come in at... Read More →