Here's What's Happening at OCCC!


 


OCCC hosts Disaster Preparedness Classes this Fall

 

Are you ready for a tsunami, earthquake, long-term power outage or other disaster? Find out, and learn how you can better prepare your home, your family and your business, with this popular workshop. Presented by North Lincoln Fire and Rescue District Captain Jim Kusz, this free program is a must-attend for coast residents.  Learn more.

 

Coming in the Fall 2015 Term to Lincoln City & Newport

 

OCCC launches Fall 2015

Community Education lineup

 

It's summertime, and the weather is perfect. But, Fall is coming.
Shorter days, rain, cooler temperatures... simply put, we
can't wait! Fall 2015 will bring with it a brand-new assortment
of Community Education classes designed to inspire, enrich
and entertain you, all season long. 
This year, OCCC's lineup
includes Japanese language 
(as well as French and Spanish),
plus guitar, 3-D printing, 
creative writing, and much more.  
Click here to see the list.

 

 

CPR for the professional

All Nursing and Allied Heath Students need to have a current
CPR card for healthcare providers.
This one-credit class
(HE 110) is being offered two times this summer: 

 

Thursday & Friday, Aug. 6 & 7 • Noon to 5pm

Monday & Tuesday, Aug. 10 & 11 • Noon to 5pm

 

All classes will be taught in room 245, at the OCCC Central
County Campus in Newport.  
Don’t wait to register; space
is limited. Cost is $106 plus cost of the book. 

 

 

OCCC launches 2-year business
degree in Lincoln City

 

Starting in Fall 2015, OCCC launches a Lincoln City-based,
two-year business degree, the Associate of Science Oregon
Transfer (ASOT) in Business
Read more.

Apply for a SEAL Scholarship

 

The OCCC Serve, Earn and Learn Scholarship (S.E.A.L.) Program offers OCCC students financial assistance in exchange for service to OCCC. Click here for Application Materials. This is a rolling application, with no fixed deadline for 2015/16 scholarships.