Much of the Social Sciences Center, Wellness Center and the Aquatics Center were shut down July 7 after about 2.5 inches of rain the evening before led to partial flooding... Read More →
After 33 years with OCCC, Gloria Barton, Enrollment Management dean, has retired.
A come-and-go retirement reception for Barton was held 2 to 4:30 p.m. Thursday in the Al Snipes... Read More →
Job skills workshops are being held every Thursday throughout July as a free service through Student Employment and Career Services, said Debra Vaughn, Student Employment and Career Services director.
Workshops... Read More →
For the second year in a row, professors have been working as academic advisers and helping to speed up the summer enrollment process for students.
Mary Ann Bodine, Academic... Read More →
A simulated bomb threat drill will take place at 9 a.m. today on campus, Safety and Security Director Ike Sloas said in an e-mail sent out to all OCCC students... Read More →
Heavy metro flooding has forced several areas on campus to close, according to an e-mail sent out to all current students and staff members by Marketing and Public Relations.... Read More →
OCCC's Emergency Medical Sciences program earned national attention this year when it was selected to participate in a National Registry Psychomotor Competency Pilot Program, said Leaugeay Barnes, EMS director.
Through the... Read More →
Students in the Information Technology division will soon be staring at two computer monitors instead of one and using a faster operating system, said John Helton, Computer Aided Technology department... Read More →
Last week, OCCC students and staff members said they are hungry and unhappy now that the college does not provide hot food service for them.
In the College Union, Carson's... Read More →
For the first time, OCCC theater students will team up with film and video majors to create a short film.
The production, titled "Going Down," is part of an... Read More →