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OCC Adventure in the Andes, Perú
May 18-27, 2016 • Late day and evening classes start in February 2016 REGISTER NOW AND EARN CREDITINCLUDES: Flight, hotel, tours, insurance, most meals (all major expenses). Tuition is included for full-time Spring 2016 OCC students.There will be an extra tuition cost for part-time students.Scholarships and payment plans available. For more information, contact: Professor Tim Scott at (315) 498-2601 or Professor Rick McLain at (315) 498-2014 or 

Health Professions Infomation Sessions: 2015 - 2016
The health profession programs at Onondaga Community College will host several Health Professions Info Sessions.

Technology Programs at Onondaga
Starting a career in technology has never been so rewarding.

Long Distance Degree
A graduating student makes her first visit to the OCC campus the weekend she receives her diploma.

Student-Athlete Leadership Council
Student-athletes and administration begin a dialogue.

Best of the Best
Onondaga's honor society is recognized for being at the top of its class.

Award Winning Design
An Architectural Technology student wins $1,500 for his ice cream cone design.

Law Day Champion
Student Zachary Field wins a New York State essay contest.

Bright Future
Nick Fletcher is following his grandfather's example, dedicating his life to helping others and making a difference.

Success is All in the Family
A second generation Onondaga student takes first place in a national contest.

Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists Create New Scholarships at Onondaga
Onondaga Community College and Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists (S.O.S.) are proud to announce a new partnership which will create new student scholarships and improve athletic and cultural experiences for students, faculty, staff, and visitors.

STEM Camp at Onondaga
Onondaga’s STEM Camp helps introduce middle and high school students to the world of robotics, and explore its applications in both industrial and personal settings.

Financial Aid Help
Sign up now to get expert help applying for financial aid, filing your FAFSA, completing the new TAP form and more.

Employee Spotlight: Quantway Initiative
Congratulations to members of this initiative for their continued dedication.

Local Celebrity Teaching at Onondaga
Wondering what meteorologist Dave Eichorn has been up to? Well, many Onondaga students can tell you.

Onondaga Professor to Serve on International Finance Committee
Onondaga mathematics professor Jane D. Tanner was recently elected to serve as a member of the International Finance Committee in the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International.

Professor Gives Lecture on ‘The Art of Tattoo’
Dr. Christine Braunberger, professor of English /Reading /Communication at Onondaga, recently gave a presentation titled, “Stories in the Flesh: The Art of Tattoo" to a standing-room only audience. 

Good Student? Want To Be Better?
Onondaga offers a variety of programs to help you take your academic success to the next level. 

Playing in the mud with Brian McAninch
Onondaga Professor Brian McAninch talks about hydrogeology, environmental technology, and where it can take you. 

Automotive Technology Program
Find out why jobs in the Auto Tech industry are projected to grow by 14% through the year 2016 and how you can become a part of it.

Community college: Good place to start, save money
Onondaga Sophomore Ashley O’Mara discusses her decision to start college at Onondaga.

Home-Schooled Students Excel at Onondaga
Onondaga helps home-schooled students overcome obstacles they face at other colleges and universities. 

Hospitality industry is booming, Onondaga students are ready
Onondaga considers converting a recently purchased building into a bed and breakfast inn that would be run by students in the hospitality program. 

Alumni profile: Marcia Rees Conrad ’72
In 1972 Marcia Conrad became the first female in the first class of graduates from OCC’s architectural technology degree program.

Nearly $600,000 grant awarded to Onondaga
The National Science Foundation has awarded a grant that will be used to fund scholarships for  Onondaga students.