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COVID-19 is a virus identified as the cause of an outbreak of respiratory illness that has spread globally into a pandemic. OCCC encourages you to learn more about COVID-19, health and safety precautions, and resources at:

OCCC Coronavirus Information

Coronavirus Reporting Form for Faculty and Staff

CDC Coronavirus Website

COVID-19 Updates



For questions regarding COVID-19 in Oklahoma, please call the community hotline 1-877-215-8336.

State of Oklahoma Response to COVID-19

Oklahoma City-County Health Department

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) COVID-19 Information

U.S. State Department Travel Information

CDC Graphic: COVID19 symptoms CDC Graphic: Stop the Spread of Germs

A Department of Education guidance regarding notifying the campus (or segments) as per the Clery Act is found at:

The following is the relevant provision:

Notifications Regarding an Immediate Threat to Health or Safety (§ 668.46)
The Clery Act and its implementing regulations require institutions to notify the campus community upon the confirmation of a significant emergency or dangerous situation involving an immediate threat to the health or safety of students or staff occurring on campus. The Department does not interpret the statutory language as requiring institutions to give regular, on-going updates on COVID-19 or to proactively identify positive COVID-19 cases within the campus community. The Department also does not interpret the statutory language to apply to positive COVID-19 cases among individuals who are not attending classes, working, or residing on campus or to require notifications to such individuals.

An institution may satisfy the emergency notification requirements of the Clery Act and § 668.46 as follows: (1) provide students and employees a single notification through the regular means of communicating emergency notifications informing them about COVID-19 and necessary health and safety precautions, as well as encouraging them to obtain information from health care providers, state health authorities, and the CDC’sCOVID-19 website; or (2) create a banner at the top of the institution’s homepage containing that same information, including a statement about the global pandemic and a link to the CDC’s website.


  • Personal Counseling via Zoom, telephone, or face-to-face. For appointments, call (405) 682-7520 or email
  • Disability eligibility via email, phone, Zoom, or face-to-face. For appointments, call (405) 682-7520 or email
  • Veteran’s benefits through email, phone, or face-to-face. For appointments or more information, call (405) 682-7527 or email
  • Weekly disability check-ins via Zoom, phone, or face-to-face. For appointments, call (405) 682-7520 or email
  • For a list of all services, visit
  • For community resources, visit, call us at (405) 682-7520, or email


NOTE: This application for CARES Act funding is now closed as all available funds have been dispersed. More Info


We know some of you may be searching for access to a computer or internet access. We've opened up some solutions that may make things easier for you while still keeping us all at a safe social distance.  More Info


Bookstore: Please be advised that the Bookstore will continue to process student book/course material orders. All orders must be placed on the Bookstore website and will be shipped freight free.

Please email if you have any questions.


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Suspension of College Travel: With the exception of essential travel, all College-related travel is suspended at this time.

Preventive Actions: You are encouraged to take preventative measures to inhibit the spread of any virus. These measures include:

  • Wash your hands frequently and thoroughly.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth whenever possible.
  • Use alcohol or other disinfectants to clean objects or hard surfaces used by multiple people.
  • Carry an alcohol-based hand sanitizer to clean your hands frequently.
  • When in a public bathroom, use a paper towel to turn off the water and open the door.
  • Cover coughs and sneezes with tissues. Cough or sneeze into your upper arm if you don’t have a tissue.
  • Avoid shaking hands.

Campus Efforts: OCCC continues to improve and enhance the student, faculty and staff experience on our campus. Though classes in the fall are online, campus is open so students can access core services and support. Masks are required in shared, open areas; hand sanitizer stations are set up all over campus; floor decals are in place every six feet to remind everyone to socially distance; signage is on all exterior doors and installed across campus in signholders to educate everyone about proper mask use; disposable masks are available upon request; and cloth masks are available for sale in the bookstore (after August 17). OCCC continues to conduct regular, thorough, specialized cleaning throughout the campus, and at the FACE and Capitol Hill Centers.