At some point during their college career, most students experience difficulty with a course.
Some students choose to tough it out and refuse to get help. Mary Turner, learning... Read More →
OCCC has many resources students can use to assist them with their classes, such as tutoring in the various learning labs, the library and Student Support Services.
Yet, there... Read More →
The time has come for students to prepare for the spring graduation ceremony on May 16, said Kim White, bookstore finances and student accounts coordinator.
White said the bookstore... Read More →
I’m an avid reader, so before spring break I bought quite a few new books.
I will unashamedly admit that most of them were sappy novels about becoming a... Read More →
With the spring semester coming to a close, many students are looking forward to taking the next step in their academic journey. For some students, graduation is part of... Read More →
Eight OCCC professors are recipients of the 2014 Excellence Award for the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development. NISOD recognizes excellent professors, faculty, administrators and staff members.
The... Read More →
ABC recently premiered a new show, “Resurrection.”
It looked pretty weird to me, considering that it is about dead people coming back to life, but I decided to watch... Read More →
OCCC’s nursing program was recently reaccredited by the state Board of Nursing and recommended for another eight years of accreditation by the national Association Commission for the Education of... Read More →
It’s that time in the semester where low grades on tests, quizzes and other assignments can have students wondering if they should attempt to bring their grades up or... Read More →
Crime reports received this week include a stolen vehicle and a report dated more than a month ago of an altercation.
OCCC student Virginia Singleton, 37, reported her truck... Read More →