Location and Facilities

Oklahoma City Community College: A Central Location and So Much More

Oklahoma City Community College sits on 160 acres just south of Interstate 240 at 7777 South May Avenue in southwest Oklahoma City, making student access to the campus easy from a number of traffic routes.

Since our humble beginnings in 1969, OCCC has expanded rapidly in order to serve a continuously growing student population.

Here’s a quick look at what our facilities have to offer our students:

Arts and Humanities Center (AEH)

This building is joined to the Main Building and contains a 300-seat theater as well as the office for the campus newspaper, The Pioneer. It also features three floors of classrooms primarily used for English, Speech, and other language courses.

Capitol Hill Center (CHC)

Located in the heart of Oklahoma City's main Hispanic neighborhood, OCCC's Capitol Hill Center is a leader in serving the adult education and job readiness needs of the community's diverse members.

Family and Community Education (FACE) Center

Located just north of the campus, the Family and Community Education (FACE) Center is a former elementary school that now houses the staff, events, and activities of OCCC’s Department of Community Outreach and Education.

Health Professions Center (HPC)

The Health Professions Center makes OCCC a leader in health technologies and pre-health professional programs. It features a simulated hospital area and one of only two Human Patient Simulators in the state of Oklahoma. 

John Massey Center (JMC)

One of the newest buildings on campus, it features OCCC’s Finance and Human Resources departments. These departments are the heart of the college, hiring our faculty and staff and keeping us all on track with the funds entrusted to us through student tuition.

Keith Leftwich Memorial Library

The library provides the newest digital and print resources for students, in addition to housing a new reflection and meditation room. 

Main Building

This is often the first building students walk into and become familiar with. It has the Admissions, Financial Aid, and Academic Advisement departments and so much more. It also contains the College Union, where students can gather and study, and a multitude of classrooms on three floors. 

Robert P. Todd Science, Engineering and Math (SEM) Center

This structure connects to the Main Building and features state-of-the-art labs dedicated to providing our students hands-on experience. It also includes a world-class botany classroom and greenhouse for a one-of-a-kind biotechnology program, preparing skilled technicians for dynamic new career fields. 

Transportation Technology Center

This building is home to our renowned automotive technology lab. OCCC has five automotive technology degree and certificate programs that certify our students in those programs to work in the best automotive facilities and dealerships in the nation. 

Visual and Performing Arts Center (VPAC)

The building is to the west of the Arts and Humanities Center. It houses classrooms, labs and studios for art instruction, music, photography and visual arts in addition to a world-class Digital Cinema Production program.

Visual and Performing Arts Center Theater (VPACT)

The newest building on our grounds is a cornerstone of the campus and attracts renowned musicians and actors as well as encourages students to follow their artistic and creative dreams.

Wellness Center

The Wellness Center contains a gymnasium, cardiovascular center, weight room and aerobics rooms.