Studies show that students who are engaged in extra-curricular activities have a greater
opportunity for networking, career growth and leadership development. With school,
work and other commitments pressing on our time, why get involved now?
Read more about getting involved.
As the highest transfer institution in the state of Michigan. OCC ensures students
are transfer ready by offering programs and support that build a strong foundation. How
can you ensure you are transfer ready? One step is to take advantage of OCC's College
Transfer Day in October.
Read more about transfer support.
There are typically two types of college students: those looking to get the most out
of their college experience and those that won't look for campus resources until they
need them. Here are five FREE resources you need to take advantage of during your
ChaKaria "Kari" Hunter is flying high after earning an Associate in Science degree
at OCC in 2013. After graduating, she transferred to the University of Georgia, worked
with Engineers Without Borders on sanitation systems in Kenya, and interned at the
National Institute of Health Interventional Radiology Department, where her team applied
for a patent for a medical device/robotic arm developed for radiation oncology procedures.
During her senior year, she accepted a job offer from NASA's Ames Research Center
as a research engineer and now lives in Silicon Valley working on life support systems
for astronauts on the International Space Station.