From registering your vehicle to parking in proper spaces, OCCC has several parking regulations students should follow, said Registrar Alan Stringfellow.
Tanya Vroenen, Safety and Security officer, said students... Read More →
Students wanting to enroll in or drop classes, check the status of their financial aid, or simply take a look at their schedule only need to log in to MineOnline,... Read More →
More students are attending OCCC’s Brown Bag series, said Katie Treadwell, Student Life programs coordinator.
“Attendance for the Brown Bag specials (grows) with each seminar,” Treadwell said.
Brown Bags are... Read More →
Students on the second floor of the Main Building are being stared at all day by a non-student named Fox Face.
But this non-student is not a threat, unless... Read More →
Students looking for healthier food choices or those who are diabetic, on gluten-free diets or vegan may soon find more offerings in the cafeteria, said Corrine Aguilar, Carson’s general... Read More →
Graduating business students on a tight budget won’t have to scour the sales racks to find professional dress for interviews.
Some students will be able to select free clothing from... Read More →
Worms don’t gross out the children at the Child Development Center and Lab School, said Alexandra Sitzman, early childhood education major.
Students in preschool A at the CDCLS studied... Read More →
Filming at OCCC ended July 16 for the upcoming short film, “Going Down.”
Students and filmmakers are working on the editing process and a rough cut of the short... Read More →
The tiny Asian country of Nepal has had a huge impact at OCCC this year, International Services Coordinator Sunny Garner said last week.
With 139 students and approximately one-third of... Read More →