Thirteen new student members joined the ranks of the Kappa Beta Delta international business honor society in a ceremony on campus Oct. 8.
The Beta Epsilon Chapter of KBD has... Read More →
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, said Jenna Howard, licensed counselor and social worker in Student Support Sevices.
Student Support Services and Student Life will be hosting Relationship Violence... Read More →
There will be music in the air when the OCCC choirs take the stage at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 14, at Mid-America Christian University, located at 3500 SW 119 St.... Read More →
Members of the Hispanic Organization to Promote Education at OCCC will celebrate Hispanic Heritage month in a number of ways, said Francisco Cervantes, HOPE club president.
For starters, the... Read More →
More than 100 employers will be talking to prospective employees at OCCC’s annual job fair to be held on campus Oct. 6, said Judy McGee, Employment Services coordinator.
They will... Read More →
Teaching students better methods to prepare, take, and feel about quizzes and exams was the topic of a recent Brown Bag luncheon.
From noon to 12:45 p.m. Sept. 22 in... Read More →
Whether it’s sorting cans at a food bank, walking dogs for the animal shelter, or simply answering phones, volunteers make a difference in the community.
For students who want to... Read More →
For college students, nurturing and maintaining a healthy relationship can be difficult. Many young adults find this goal to be out of reach. This may be because they lack the... Read More →
The Black Student Association is currently recruiting new members for their organization, said Centerria Wright, club president.
Wright said the BSA wants to ensure that all students realize the... Read More →