Children enrolled in this summer’s College for Kids program are getting a chance to make a difference in the community via a class called Giving Back, said Paul Burkhardt,... Read More →
Children enrolled in this summer’s College for Kids program are getting a chance to make a difference in the community via a class called Giving Back, said Paul Burkhardt, OCCC... Read More →
I want to start off by saying — if you never have seen any of the original “American Pie” movies, not the spin-offs, then do yourself a favor and... Read More →
This past week, April 26,27,and 28, marked the fifth annual Norman Music Festival. The festival is located in the heart of Norman, on downtown Main Street. NMF is free... Read More →
Most students probably are unaware of campus police records that should be readily available to them.
As a college, OCCC is required to abide by the Clery Act as... Read More →
OCCC's Wellness Center has seen a number of thefts in recent weeks.
Three cell phones, a Kindle e-reader, a debit card, a wallet and $200 in cash, have been stolen... Read More →
Oklahoma City Community College hosted a silent auction as part of the OCCC United Way campaign.
The total amount raised for the silent auction was $3250.
The silent auction... Read More →
As a consumer, I wonder why people will make a choice, knowing that choice is bad for them. Why do people continue the use of a product knowing that... Read More →
The fall 2011 semester is well under way, and enrollment numbers are holding steady, said Stu Harvey, Planning and Research executive director.
“There was not a significant increase in... Read More →