Enrollment rates for OCCC's Emergency Medical Sciences program are expected to surge this year, said Leaugeay Barnes, EMS program director.
Barnes said the economy and program reputation is driving the... Read More →
Beginning Aug. 1, students who travel to and from OCCC or anywhere in the city using the Metro Transit bus system must pay a quarter extra per trip, said Megan... Read More →
Just in time for near-100 degree heat, OCCC completed installation last week of a new irrigation system that is intended to bring more eye appeal to the campus, said... Read More →
Students who use the college’s Main Building doors between the Keith Leftwich Memorial Library and the Welcome Desk will have to find other ways to get inside the building... Read More →
Students who want help choosing classes can now chat with an adviser without coming to the college thanks to a new online distance advising portal, said Academic Adviser Sara... Read More →
More students than ever are using the services in Student Employment and Career Services — and they’re getting jobs, said Director Debra Vaughn. She said since 2008, the career... Read More →
Students in the Information Technology Division will soon be staring at two monitors instead of one when using lab computers, and using a faster operating system in the classrooms, Computer... Read More →
After three days of cleaning up from torrential rains that closed the Aquatics Center, the Weight Room and the Social Sciences Center, all three areas reopened last week Khari Huff,... Read More →
OCCC night students and staff say they are hungry and unhappy now that the college does not provide hot food service for them.
The cafeteria in the College Union closes... Read More →