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Position is for Zone 2, which includes all of Crook County and a portion of northeast Deschutes County
Former Sunriver Police chief brings a 35-year career in law enforcement, with a focus on training, crisis intervention and emergency preparedness
Tabled since 2020 due to the pandemic, the COCC Foundation’s cornerstone fundraiser returns April 8
COCC commemorates a quarter century of providing higher education, enrichment in Redmond with events on March 9 and May 19
Spring term (begins April 3) is the ideal time to begin earning must-have prerequisites for cohort programs
The Jan. 31 broadcast of "Think Out Loud" features the inaugural COCC Black Excellence Showcase for Black History Month
The gift will help grow an endowed fund to benefit many COCC scholarship recipients to come
Application deadline is March 15 for COCC's "My Summer in China," open to Central Oregon students grades 7 to 12
Newly signed "Presidents’ Climate Commitment" focuses on reducing greenhouse gas emissions and achieving carbon neutrality
A segment by Central Oregon Daily shows how the COCC Physiology Lab can help community members focus on their fitness
Mediterranean cuisine, Spanish language and comedic improv are just a few of the plentiful, affordable Community Education offerings
Ron Boldenow, Ph.D., will represent all of Oregon on the board of directors for the Society of American Foresters
College Now gives high school students a jump on their future with low-cost, career-sampling college credits
President Laurie Chesley shares gratitude for the dedication and sacrifice of those who have served and continue to serve our nation
Dr. James Middleton, COCC’s 4th president, to be honored for service and legacy
Pursuant to Oregon Revised Statute 279C.335(5), this Public Notice is for the purpose of taking comments
New COCC Public Health program gets coverage from Oregon Public Broadcasting's "Think Out Loud"
An education in COCC’s Forest Resources Technology program includes open-air learning, an on-site arboretum and career inroads
Funding from National Science Foundation will provide 45 scholarships of $10,000 each, develop new career-connected training
New 15,000-square-foot facility, to open in the fall of 2024, will house a range of new education opportunities to meet workforce needs