Sunday, October 13, 2019

State Treasurer visits COCC to hear from students

The future of tuition aid in Oregon was the topic of discussion when Oregon State Treasurer, Ted Wheeler, visited on Jan. 31. Wheeler wanted to hear what students had to say about the Opportunity Initiative,...

New degree combines interest in animals and medicine

New program focusing on veterinary practices and training opens at COCC. A new Veterinary Technician Program is now available at Central Oregon Community College. The intense two-year program will focus on preparing students to take...

Criminal Justice Club honors police force

William James The Broadside The citizens who serve and protect the United States by enforcing the law will be celebrated on campus as a part of National Police Week with events provided by Central Oregon Community...

No candidates for ASCOCC elections

College isn’t sure what to do Student government applications were due Friday, May 2, but no one applied.For the first year ever, the Associated Students of Central Oregon Community College are without anyone to take...

Moms and Dads on campus

Club seeks to give support to “non-traditional” students If you’re a student parent, the college offers no resources for campus childcare. The newly-formed Moms and Dads on campus club intends to speak out about that...

New $16 million residence hall finally a go

The campus will have a bigger, better residence hall housing over 300 students by June 2015. The Central Oregon Community College Board of Directors made the final approval for construction for a new residence...

Two COCC students receive Diversity Achievement Awards

Dulce Pelayo, one of the recipients of the Diversity Achievement Awards on May 24. (Photo by Derek Oldham) The Broadside Central Oregon Community College students Brandi Jordan and Dulce Pelayo were the two recipients of the...

Residence students in limbo over summer meal plans

Every year in the past, Juniper Hall has been emptied of residence students. This year is the first the hall will be open to students, but that might mean finding other ways to find...

Anthony’s to host fundraiser for CCI

Local restaurant Anthony's will host a completely volunteered fundraiser for Cascade Culinary Institute on Oct. 1. This is the ninth year Anthony's has hosted this fundraiser, and over the past eight years they've raised...

Hospitality program begins at OSU-Cascades

With OSU-Cascades’ expansion underway,the university is also taking the next step and adding a hospitality major to its curriculum. The last time Oregon State University-Cascades had a four-year hospitality program was in the 1990s. Since...