Mathematics teachers and students from across Oklahoma gathered June 11 at OCCC to discuss new and innovative ways to teach math during the annual Oklahoma Council of Teachers of Mathematics... Read More →
Three automobile accidents and an accidental fire alarm top recent OCCC crime reports.
June 16, a student reported her vehicle being damaged in parking lot B, according to a report... Read More →
Student Employment and Career Services held a workshop June 28 on campus focusing on the importance of cover letters.
The free workshop was attended by five students who wanted to... Read More →
Students who receive help from Communications Lab Supervisor Tonya Kymes will soon have to find someone new to help them overcome writing challenges.
On July 30, Kymes will leave the... Read More →
This summer's College for Kids and Teens program is progressing smoothly, said Jessica Martinez-Brooks, Community Outreach and Education director.
College for Kids and Teens is a summer program created by... Read More →
OCCC international students now have a college-sponsored social networking site to sign up for, said Sunny Garner, International Services coordinator.
International Student Connection is a website which can help... Read More →
Students of the Family and Community Education Center were forced to leave the building when a child accidentally set off a fire alarm pull station June 9 at the... Read More →
Students will see an increase in their fall 2010 tuition bills, but for those receiving Pell grants or in the Oklahoma’s Promise program, there will be extra money to... Read More →
The fountain in the middle of the retention pond at the corner of SW 74th Street and May Avenue broke recently and won’t be fixed for a while, said J.B.... Read More →
The college’s Retention Alert computer system — an online program that helps teachers target students who are in danger of failing out of college — has been successful, said... Read More →