Oklahoma City’s open mic community is composed a loose knit group of musicians, songwriters and poets.
There is roughly one show for every day of the week, at different locations... Read More →
A 26-year-old nursing major has found herself grateful to OCCC after a challenging start and originally not wanting to come to Oklahoma.
Lyubov Popovych, whose first name means “love” in... Read More →
OCCC automotive student Daniel Murphy recently won first place in the SkillsUSA State Secondary Contest of Oklahoma at the OSU Institute for Technology in Okmulgee.
The event was an... Read More →
E-mail has replaced the formal business letter in today’s contemporary office, said Penny Hampton, Professional Development director.
Hampton guided students through how to write an e-mail June 8 during a... Read More →
Faustino “Tino” Ceballos Jr., a 34-year old business, political science, and pre-law OCCC graduate, recently won the President’s Volunteer Service Award for assisting with Oklahoma City humanities programs.
The award... Read More →
Members of the OCCC Science and Math Division researched the latest in classroom technology when they participated in a demonstration of SMART Board technology recently.
OCCC hosted the summer... Read More →
Honoring dad this Father’s Day, June 20, doesn’t mean breaking the bank. Here are eight fun, frugal ways to celebrate pop this year:
Put together a gift basket. Fill a... Read More →
It’s important for students to be aware of voting deadlines and to participate in elections, said OCCC President Paul Sechrist.
Sechrist said it’s important for students to be involved politically... Read More →
As the race for the next Oklahoma governor ramps up, candidates are coming out strong on many issues, especially higher education.
Oklahoma’s gubernatorial candidates agreed over the past week that... Read More →