Students will see an increase in their fall 2010 tuition bills, but for those receiving Pell grants or in the Oklahoma’s Promise program, there will be extra money to... Read More →
The fountain in the middle of the retention pond at the corner of SW 74th Street and May Avenue broke recently and won’t be fixed for a while, said J.B.... Read More →
The college’s Retention Alert computer system — an online program that helps teachers target students who are in danger of failing out of college — has been successful, said... Read More →
Students will likely face higher tuition expenses in the fall after the OCCC Board of Regents authorized a tuition increase of $4.60 per credit hour for resident tuition and... Read More →
Students in academic trouble have until July 16 to withdraw from classes and avoid a costly grade.
However, they will still have to pay for those classes.
Students can drop... Read More →
A sex offender viewing inappropriate content on a Keith Leftwich Memorial Library computer and a car accident between campus visitors kept OCCC security officers busy this past week.
Officer Jeffrey... Read More →
Change is coming to OCCC this fall and spring as many projects are scheduled to get under way, said President Paul Sechrist.
Those include a groundbreaking for a theater at... Read More →
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 →