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OCCC Cancels Children's Summer Camp

OCCC’s popular College for Kids camp canceled amid COVID-19 concerns

(Published: 04-22-20)

Oklahoma City Community College's popular College for Kids camp canceled amid COVID 19 concerns

Oklahoma City Community College officials announced the cancellation of the 2020 College for Kids summer camp program in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. College for Kids was scheduled for June and July at both the Capitol Hill Center (CHC) and Family and Community Education Center (FACE).

“This program is the highlight of our year, and the decision reached was difficult but necessary,” said Lemuel Bardeguez, Vice President for Community Development. “The safety and health of program participants is our chief concern.” 

OCCC’s College for Kids is a hands-on, activity-based enrichment program designed to address topics in science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics. Since 2016, the camp has served more than 2,000 students, and classes are offered individually or all-day.

For further questions about College for Kids, contact Kristi Carlucci at 405-682-1611 x 7205, or by email at