Following last week's approval of a “return to campus plan” the Coast Community College District has decided to now push it back due to COVID-19 concerns.
SPECIAL SECTION — ELECTION 2020
Early voting centers in counties across California opened on Monday, and ballots are being mailed to every registered voter in an unprecedented move by the state, including registered Orange Coast College students.
California Community Colleges has established this week as the fourth annual Undocumented Student Action Week to serve as a campaign to advocate and provide support resources for the undocumented student population.
- UPDATE: OCC athletes’ return to campus now delayed
- Meet the candidates: Costa Mesa City Council District 2
- Meet the candidates: Costa Mesa City Council District 1
- Undocumented Student Action Week underway
- Trump visits Orange County as election nears
- Fake news: How to spot it – and fight it
- Plan for athletes to return to campus training approved by OCC, CCCD
- OCC students win architecture awards in abnormal year
- Virtual workshops scheduled for OCC students eyeing UC, CSU transfers
- OPINION: Months after tragedy, Lakers win very meaningful NBA title for OCC and beyond
Arts + Culture
For Tyler Stallings, his time at the Orange Coast College Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion has been about more than just art – it's been about building a bridge between the campus and the larger community.
Throughout the first several weeks of the virtual fall semester at Orange Coast College, the question of what will happen for spring lingered, and as of Oct. 2, that question was answered. Orange Coast College will be online for the spring.