OCCC employees may be wearing name badges soon, as part of a recommendation made to the college by the Timely Emergency Communications Taskforce.
The recommendation came after a shooter... Read More →
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 →