August 1 - Careers in the Liberal Arts
11 am - 12 pm
August 8 - Meet the Faculty Part 2 (Sociology, Psychology, English, Communications, Anthropology)
11 am - 12 pm
August 15 - What’s Next? Transferring to a four-year institution after earning your OCC degree
11 am - 12 pm
If you are interested in transferring to a four-year institution to earn your bachelor’s degree, and you want to explore a variety of academic disciplines, then the School of Liberal Arts is where you want to be. Our dedicated professors will support you as you develop your reading, writing, communication, and critical thinking skills. You will also carefully consider and explore history, politics, human behavior, cultures, and many other topics. In addition, we are home to numerous clubs, so you will find plenty of opportunities to get to know your professors and fellow students.
Check out these available programs in the School of Liberal Arts:
- Liberal Arts & Sciences: Humanities & Social Sciences A.A.
- American Sign Language A.S.
- Communication Studies A.A.
- Liberal Arts & Sciences: General Studies A.A.
View each degree page to learn more about classes you'll take, check out a short intro video, and see where an OCC degree can take you.
Your Academic Home Base
If you've got questions about your School of Liberal Arts program, we want to answer them. We'll be your go-to for all things concerning your academics.
Have questions about transferring? Want to switch your degree or just trying to plan for next semester? All your advising needs are met here:
- Transfer assistance
- Course registration
- Program change
- Graduation questions
We are excited to offer online appointment scheduling. Due to social distancing restrictions, we are currently not offering in-person appointments! All appointments will be conducted via Zoom or Teams.
Meet with a Success Coach
We're focused on helping you fulfill your potential, both academically and personally. Book a one-on-one session with a Success Coach to talk about:
- Resources on campus like the Learning Center, Community Care Hub, and more
- Time management strategies
- Managing responsibilities and decision-making
- Study skills and habits
|Role||Name & Email||Office||Phone|
|School Secretary||Cherie Bisnett||M310||(315) 498-2266|
|School Secretary||Maureen Kozol||M310||(315) 498-2313|
|School Secretary||Cheryl Langdon||M380||(315) 498-2301|
|Faculty School Specialist||Chris Thuot||M310F||(315) 498-2896|
|Advisor||Sherrie Asbie-White||M310C||(315) 498-2786|
|Advisor||Abby Klein||M310J||(315) 498-2630|
|Success Coach||Chuck Wilbur||M310J||(315) 498-2164|
Monday- 8:30am-4:30pm (Last check-in at 4pm)
Tuesday- 8:30am-4:30pm (Last check-in at 4pm)
Wednesday- 8:30am-6pm (Last check-in at 5:30pm)
Thursday- 8:30am-4:30pm (Last check-in at 4pm)
Friday- 11am-4:30pm (Last check-in at 4pm)