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Monthly “Community Building Community” series will offer sessions that combine skill-building, strategizing and a social space
Patrick Kennelly, Ph.D., receives honor from The British Cartographic Society
COCC is currently set to begin the new academic year with an 11.1% increase from 2022 in credit-seeking headcount
Kathryn Brown, who leads COCC's child care business accelerator program, honored by America's Small Business Development Center Network
College offers one-year certificate in community health; first of its kind in Oregon, program featured in KTVZ's Sept. 5 broadcast
A new study demonstrates the transformative value and benefits that COCC generates for the regional economy
COCC and Jefferson County are a major step closer to realizing a long-planned expansion project for the Madras campus
The COCC board of directors at its July meeting elected Joe Krenowicz of Madras to serve as chairperson for the 2023-24 year
The COCC Foundation is awarding $1.9 million in scholarships for the coming 2023-24 academic year - marking an all-time high for the college's scholarship fund
COCC's Small Business Development Center is now accepting applications for its popular Small Business Management Program.
Ken Mays receives honor from National Science Foundation's High Impact Technology Exchange Conference
COCC's unique research-based study abroad program is featured in the July 20 issue of The Bulletin
Featured in a published collection of equity-centered college processes, co-authors are part of award from Council of Writing Program Administrators
COCC offers a raft of resources and programs for students in need, supported by some key community partnerships
Chandler Lecture Series program will use funding to develop and host humanities-focused presentations for students and the community
The Oregon Veterinary Technician and Assistant Association awards Beth Palmer its Veterinary Technician of the Year Award
To see the Wickiup Residence Hall up close, sign up for a Bend campus tour, or tour the Redmond, Madras or Prineville campuses by scheduling a visit
Michael LaLonde, former CEO at Deschutes Brewery, assumes role of vice president of finance and operations
Funding will support College's leading part in a national effort to ramp up electric vehicle technician training
Community Education’s summer programming sparks discovery for kids — and adults! — with immersive, inspiring experiences