Up to 40 middle-school students will become savvy Internet users by attending a cyber security camp at OCCC the week of July 13. The OCCC Information Technology department will teach... Read More →
Police responded to reports of a violated protective order and two fire alarms in the most recent incident reports received by the Pioneer.
Officer Tim Harris was dispatched to OCCC’s... Read More →
This year has been a big one for Joey Stipek – from being awarded a $2,000 grant from FOI to fight a lawsuit against the University of Oklahoma concerning public... Read More →
New Student Orientation is one of the big focuses of Student Life as far as activities go, said Student Life Coordinator Kendra Fringer.
“Orientation here is a little different than... Read More →
Many parents work all day during the week and, in the summer, need a place to take their children while they are at work.
Children ages 6 through 12 can... Read More →
Rain drummed down upon the Cox Convention Center as OCCC President Paul Sechrist delivered his final formal address to graduates during the 2015 Commencement Ceremony.
Not... Read More →
The following students have applied for May graduation. Diplomas will be granted after credentials are completed and degree requirements are met. Students who... Read More →
More than 130 students received awards at the 39th Annual Student Awards Ceremony held April 24 in the Visual and Performing Arts Center.
Certificates of appreciation and achievement, along with volunteer... Read More →
Biology Professor Nathaniel Abraham said throughout the semester, about 50 percent of his BIO 2255 students have dropped the class, which is the normal rate.
Abraham said the students who... Read More →