Saturday, March 23, 2019

Student Equity Bill puts undocumented students on a level playing field

Undocumented students are now exempt from paying out-of-state tuition for Oregon colleges, in accordance to the passing of House Bill 2787. The Student Equity Bill passed with a 38-18 vote on Feb. 22, according to...

CPS’ change of roster

By Nolan Wironen | The Broadside (Contact: nwironen@cocc.edu) Spring term is coming with more changes than class schedules. Don Doughty, the current director of Campus Public Security at Central Oregon Community College is stepping down...

Attempted theft on campus heightens student awareness

By Ezra Neumann | The Broadside (Contact: eneumann2@cocc.edu) At the beginning of spring term, students were notified of an “attempted assault” that was later relabeled an “attempted theft” at Central Oregon Community College, reported by a student....

ASCOCC launches campaign to register 1200 new student voters

The Broadside Cedar Goslin The Associated Students of Central Oregon Community College (2012-13) has launched what they hope will be the largest vote registration campaign to ever take place on the campus. Their goal is to...

COCC and OSU-Cascades unchanged by court ruling on concealed firearms

Cedar Goslin The Broadside Though gun bans posed by the Oregon Board of Higher Education have been challenged, Central Oregon college students will still have to leave their guns at home, whether they have a permit...

Childcare subsidy provides help for OSU-Cascades students

Oregon State University-Cascades has provided student parents financial help toward childcare for the past five years and this year will be distributing $21,700 to qualifying applicants. The student-implemented program has helped many parents out...

ASCOCC spends thousands on software, bus passes

Noah Hughes the Broadside Students at the branch campuses of Central Oregon Community College may soon benefit from the addition of I.D. printers, due in part from funding from the Associated Students of Central Oregon Community...

ASCOCC terminates Huskey

After receiving over 30 percent of student votes in the council elections, Associated Students of Central Oregon Community College member Kelly Huskey has been terminated from her position on council. On Aug. 27, an executive...

A chance to meet the people behind your food

Lauren Hamlin The Broadside For those with an appetite for sustainability, locally-sourced foods and education, “Meet Your Farmer” serves a complete dish. Cascade Culinary Institute is hosting “Meet Your Farmer,” the monthly dinner on April 18, put...

COCC using new strategies in the war of retention

Central Oregon Community College is finding new ways to keep you in school. The college is currently investigating and planning to implement three new student success initiatives that target student retention, according to Alicia...