While some students have test anxiety year ’round, others suffer from it mainly toward the end of the semester when finals are looming, said Learning Support Specialist Mary... Read More →
While some students have test anxiety year ’round, others suffer from it mainly toward the end of the semester when finals are looming, said Learning Support Specialist Mary Turner.
And,... Read More →
Seasonal Affective Disorder can be something many people face around this time of year when it gets colder and there are more hours of darkness.
Shorter daylight... Read More →
At 4:23 p.m. Tuesday Financial Accounting Director Brenda Carpenter sent out a mass email informing all faculty, employees and students that the cafeteria was immediately shut down due to a... Read More →
Oklahoma recently passed a law that allows residents with a permit to openly carry certain weapons.
Termed “Open Carry,” the law became effective Nov. 1 and... Read More →
The American Cancer Society is marking the 37th Great American Smokeout Nov. 15 by encouraging smokers to use the date to make a plan to quit.
American... Read More →
Moore Warren Theater never ceases to amaze me.
I always try going to matinee showings, if I even go to the movie theater at all, because of the... Read More →
The student College Poets and Writers Club held a meet and greet at their weekly meeting from noon until 12:50 p.m. Monday, in room 1X5 in the Main Building.
"We... Read More →
During a time when most colleges are looking at ways to make ends meet, President Paul Sechrist said OCCC relies partly on grants and donations to help keep... Read More →
OCCC instructor evaluations have made the transition into the 21st century by going online. Institutional Effectiveness Director Janet Perry said students will no longer complete evaluations on paper.... Read More →