Orange Coast College Student Services is working together with the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) to extend the OCTA community college pass program to OCC students.
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Upon entering Los Sanchez Mexican Food, you’re greeted by an expansive Sonoran-style menu. The eatery’s 52 main entrees, seafood and breakfast sub menus and a variety of à la carte options entice you no matter what Mexican antojito you’re craving. The other thing that will lure you in is the…
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Orange Coast College is working to give all students free access to OCTA buses as soon as the fall 2022 semester. Do you ride the OC Bus?