Students this fall will have the opportunity to take Native American Literature, a course that hasn’t been offered at OCCC in four years, said Michael Snyder, English professor.
The... Read More →
Stephanie Plum, bounty hunter non-extraordinaire, blasts back onto the scene in Janet Evanovich’s “Smokin’ Seventeen.”
Stephanie is in for more trouble than ever when it comes to her romances... Read More →
At the OCCC Board of Regents meeting June 20, James Fitzpatrick was officially commissioned in the role as Chief of Police of OCCC’s Campus Police Department.
Fitzpatrick was actually... Read More →
I was driving home from the college a few days ago when an ambulance with his lights and sirens on headed in my direction from the opposite side of the... Read More →
Increased enrollment during recent years is creating a new potential problem for OCCC: some students may have to be turned away.
State budget cuts to higher education has left... Read More →
The college president holds the highest-paid and most important position at OCCC, but few know what the position truly entails.
In many ways, the college president is like the... Read More →