Monday, July 15, 2019

OSU-Cascades fills one-third of $42 million residence hall

Students and their family members battled heavy snow as Oregon State University Cascades’ 42 million dollar residence hall opened for move in this weekend. The new building contains 300 beds, many lounge spaces, and...

Overcoming intimidation: Avanza! tackles obstacles and encourages prospective students

Imagine being the first in your family to step foot on a college campus. The first to register for college classes. The first to struggle with exams and financial aid. Leaders of Avanza!, now in...

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...

OSU-Cascades hopes to attract international students with new expansion

If you enroll at Oregon State University-Cascades in 2015, your dorm-mate could very possibly be from outside the U.S. International students, who only make up four percent of the student body now, could be...

Linking courses: OSU-Cascades changes how subjects are taught

Lauren Hamlin Tobey Veenstra The Broadside It’s a new way of learning—one where students take a group of courses taught by a team of instructors each term. Linked courses are a type of learning community introduced this...

News Briefs Nov 23, 2011

COCC’s community learning registration starts Dec. 5 Registration for Central Oregon Community College’s Community Learning winter classes will begin at 9 a.m. Monday, Dec. 5. The schedule includes more than 250 new and regular noncredit offerings...

COCC enrollment lower this year by approximately 4 percent

Enrollment at Central Oregon Community College has decreased by 4.8 percent, according to the annual enrollment report. This totals approximately 350 students, according to Ron Paradis, director of college relations at COCC. “Enrollment at community...

Student Fees

Where does the money go? The Broadside, ASCOCC, and other school clubs are funded by student activity fees and renewable energy fees, which are $1.50 per credit and a 25 cents per credit respectively, up...

ASCOCC denies club request, sparks critism

Cedar Goslin The Broadside A Central Oregon Community College student claimed discrimination factored into student government members’ refusal of her request to start a club during their Oct. 24 meeting. At the meeting, COCC Student Maggie...

The Broadcast – Jan 15 2014

  The Broadcast - Jan 15 2014 Headlines: "COCC Master Plan Nearing Finish" "COCC Cost Remains Second Lowest In State" "Nursing Program At COCC Is Wide Open To Both Genders"