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Weather Update - 6:12 am Saturday, Feb. 28

Due to inclement weather, OCCC is closed today, Saturday, February 28. All classes are canceled. This includes the main campus, FACE Center, Capitol Hill Center and Professional Development Institute (PDI). Events in the Visual and Performing Arts Center Theater, the Bruce Owen Theater and the Aquatic Center will still go on as scheduled, but all other activities have been canceled.

Please practice caution when coming to and leaving campus as secondary roads, driveways, parking lots, and sidewalks may be icy and slippery. 

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 http://www.occc.edu/can.

 

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Student Support Services is a federal TRIO program designed to promote student success and improve academic performance for qualified students at OCCC and prepare them to transfer to a four year college or university.  For more information about the services we offer, click on the Services tab on the left.

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS

TRiO Student Support Services is funded to serve 160 Oklahoma City Community College students each year.  Begin the application process by completing an application today!  If you qualify for the program and space is available, a TRiO advisor will contact you for an intake interview.
Click here to print an application, or stop by our office to complete an application.

In order to qualify for TRiO Student Support Services, you must be enrolled as a student at OCCC and have a documented academic need. In addition, you must belong to at least one of the following student groups:

   1. you are a first generation college student; and/or

   2. you have financial need; and/or

   3. you have a disability on record with Student Support Services at OCCC

Being a first generation college student means that neither one of your parents had completed a four-year college (Bachelor's) degree at the time you graduated high school. Having a financial need means that you meet federal low-income guidelines.  Having a disability means that you have a physical or learning disability documented with OCCC that may affect your role as a student.