ATTENTION! Close Alert Box

 

Due to inclement weather, Oklahoma City Community College will be closed Thursday, February 22, 2018. This includes classes and activities at the main campus, Professional Development Institute (PDI), Capitol Hill Center, and the Family and Community Education (FACE) Center.

Unless notified otherwise, all classes and activities will resume Friday, February 23, at their regularly scheduled times. Campus closings and delayed openings will be announced through local radio and television stations and posted on the college’s website, Facebook and Twitter pages. They will also be announced through the college’s Campus Alert Notification (CAN) System. For information about how to sign up to receive text messages and add email addresses via the CAN system, please visit www.occc.edu/can.


College Life

Student Organizations

Oklahoma City Community College offers over 35 student organizations.

Cultural Arts Series

The Cultural Arts Series (CAS) at OCCC aims to enrich the lives of students, staff, and the community by offering eight educational and entertaining performing arts productions by professional touring artists each academic year (September - April).

Intramural Sports

Various Intramural sports and activities are planned throughout the year. Team sports such as flag football, volleyball, and 3-on-3 basketball are available, as well as individual sports and non-competitive activities.

Pioneer

The student newspaper, the Pioneer, is published every week and is distributed at various locations throughout the campus and online.

Student Life

Student Life provides many activities for students and their families throughout the year. These activities and events provide a great way for students to meet one another, learn about other cultures and participate in volunteer related activities.

Brown Bag Series

The Brown Bag seminar series is a co-curricular program presented by the Office of Student Life. This program, which is offered during lunchtime on a nearly weekly basis in the fall and spring, featuring on- and off-campus speakers who address topics such as study skills, time management, transferring, etc. Brown Bag sessions often take place at 12:30 p.m. on Tuesdays or 12 p.m. on Wednesdays in College Union room 1 or 2 near the General Dining Area. Each session usually lasts between 30 and 45 minutes. Because of the knowledge and skills that are shared at each Brown Bag session, many professors offer extra credit to students who attend. If you attend a session, you will receive a proof of attendance, which you can submit to your instructor. Door prizes are also raffled off at each Brown Bag session, along with larger prizes (such as a Wii or HDTV) that are raffled off at the end of each semester.

For more information about Brown Bags visit the Student Life programs calendar.

Recreation and Fitness

Recreation and Fitness provides non-credit wellness and fitness programs to students, staff, faculty and the community.