Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC) last week announced a renewed partnership with Boeing that ensures ongoing support services for veterans, active military members and their families through 2021.
OCCC announced last Friday that classes will be conducted mostly online for Spring 2021, continuing the safety protocols it instituted in March 2020.
OCCC was named the #2 Nursing Program in Oklahoma, according to RegisteredNursing.org, a respected industry site that helps prospective nurses navigate the career path, determine colleges and find jobs.
OCCC today announced that Greg Gardner, long-time faculty and staff member at the college and former VP of Academic Affairs, will be stepping down from the Executive Leadership Team and Cabinet.
OCCC today announced its Virtual Concert Series (VPS) for the Visual and Performing Arts Center (VPAC)
OCCC will offer an online drone Remote Pilot Test Prep course October 20 – 27.
Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC) today published its Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2020.
The Foundation for Oklahoma City Community College today announced four new appointees to its Board of Trustees, each for a three-year term. Michael “Mick” Brannan, Phil Busey, Sr., Danielle Hoeltzel and Lynda Mobley are the new appointees.
The Foundation for Oklahoma City Community College announced today the completion of its renaming, rebranding and new marketing materials, including a new website.
OCCC President Jerry Steward today announced his retirement, effective July 2, 2021.
As we head into a new term at OCCC, we sat down with Dr. Jeremy Thomas, Provost and VP for Student Affairs, to learn what Fall 2020 will be like for students.
OCCC announced today that its Student Support Services – a program that is part of the national TRIO organization – has received a funding renewal from the federal government for an additional five years.
OCCC has hired Bri Ramos as its new Senior Director of Community Engagement and Creative. Ramos is a Las Vegas native but has owned and run a successful marketing agency – The Buzz Brand – in Oklahoma City for the past six years.
OCCC yesterday notified students, faculty, staff and its governing Board of Regents that all classes scheduled for fall will be conducted online.
OCCC student Cullen Smith has been selected as a Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise scholar. The distinction is presented each year by the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation to 200 Phi Theta Kappa students across the nation.