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Register now for summer classes to get ahead or catch up. Eight-week courses begin June 5, and seven-week classes begin June 12.

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Film Festival

Travel the globe without leaving your seat through fascinating, highly rated films that showcase the wide range of languages offered by the college!

Registration Rally

Hosted by Advising Services and the Enrollment Center. Get ready for registration and enjoy free pizza and enter a raffle for an Oakton Bookstore gift card!

Kevin Coval and Jamila Woods

A Chicago Writer Series event. Join Chicago area influential poets and educators Jamila Woods and Kevin Coval for a special reading.

Close Reading of a Title: Primo Levi’s Survival in Auschwitz

Join Maria Anna Mariani, assistant professor of modern Italian literature at the University of Chicago, as she leads a fascinating discussion.

Oakton Joins Community Celebration of Chinese Culture

The program features book discussions, films, lectures, special events and much more.
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How I Learned to Drive

Paula Vogel’s 1998 Pulitzer Prize winning play is a compassionate, sophisticated, and gently humorous look at a heart-rending and all-too-common tragedy.
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April 05, 2017

China's Foreign Policy

Coming Together in Skokie and Niles Township Celebrates China. Join George Lungu, Oakton professor of political science, in a discussion of China's foreign policy and the challenges it poses to the American-led order.
April 11, 2017

American Born Chinese Book Discussion

Coming Together in Skokie and Niles Township Celebrates China. Celebrate National Library Week with a book discussion about this graphic novel by Gene Luen Yang, national ambassador for Young People's Literature and MacArthur fellow.