Yesterday, President Biden signed a law declaring Juneteenth National Independence Day, June 19, as an official federal holiday, effective immediately.
After a very long and difficult year of remote learning, teaching and working, we’re ready to come back together.
OCCC Interim President Dr. Jeremy Thomas has appointed Dr. Liz Largent to the role of Interim Vice President for Student Affairs.
Express Employment International has partnered with Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC) and the Foundation for Oklahoma City Community College (FFOCCC) to create new opportunities for student aid.
OCCC and its students received a show of support from the Metropolitan Auto Dealers Association this month.
OCCC announced its new Vice President for Academic Affairs (VPAA): Dr. Vincent Bridges.
OCCC has dispersed $3,051,000 in new CARES Act funds to its students in the form of financial aid.
OCCC Visual and Performing Arts Center (VPAC) has secured its slate of sponsors for the 2021 hybrid season, presented by Ad Astra Foundation.
The Foundation for Oklahoma City Community College (FFOCCC) last week announced new availability of more than $200,000 in student aid.
OCCC has entered into a sponsorship agreement with Santa Fe South Schools (SFS), the largest comprehensive charter school district in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma City Community College’s Visual and Performing Arts Center (OCCC VPAC) has announced its Spring 2021 season, after almost a full year without traditional in-person events due to COVID-19.
Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC) rang in the new year with a new interim President: Dr. Jeremy L. Thomas assumed the role effective January 2, 2021, and continues in his roles as Provost and Vice President of Student Affairs.
Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC) today received a copy of a resolution of support from the South Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce.
The Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC) Board of Regents & Trustees met in a special session on December 14 to review a request from OCCC President Dr. Jerry Steward to review and vote on an expedited retirement plan.
Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC) today announced a significant donation of vehicles to its Automotive Service Education Program (ASEP) by General Motors (GM).