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Fall Late-Start Classes

There's still plenty of time to register for fall semester. Many classes begin later in the semester. Ranging in length from 4 to 12 weeks, classes are available at both campuses and online.

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Nickel and Dimed (Staged Reading)

The story of what happens when a woman leaves her comfortable life and tries to survive on America’s $7 minimum wage.

Khassidic Tales of Enduring Faith and the Holocaust

Discover how people of faith responded to experiences of unspeakable suffering during the Holocaust, and how their stories serve to uplift all of humanity.

Internship Fair

Bring your résumé, and speak to area business representatives about internship opportunities.

CUPA-HR: Oakton ‘Getting it Right’ for Leadership Diversity and Equity

Oakton is among 11 institutions recognized for diversity and equity in leadership positions.

Koehnline Museum Exhibition

Women and Anger: Resistance, Power, and Inspiration. A Juried Exhibition of Art by Women. Join us for an opening reception Thursday, Sept. 28, 8 p.m.

Day of Service

Get involved in community service and become a more engaged and empathetic citizen.
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September 26, 2017

Student Book Club

Join our student book club discussion about the book "Station Eleven" by Emily St. John Mandel.