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Des Plaines
Members of the art faculty display their original artwork.
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Des Plaines
A collaborative presentation and performance involving faculty and students.
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Des Plaines
Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson is a rock-n-roll comedy about the man who shaped the way our political system works today.
Des Plaines
Learn about Oakton’s new partnership with Roosevelt University at this free event.
des plaines, skokie
Free and open to all students, topics include study skills and test taking.
des plaines, skokie
Thanksgiving Recess.
Des Plaines
The Incredible Shrinking Brain: Normal Aging, Alzheimer’s Disease, and Neuroimaging. Presented by Brad Wright, M.D., Ph.D., Medical Resident, University of Utah.
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Des Plaines
Professional and student potters from the Chicago area have contributed hundreds of unique bowls for this annual fundraiser.
Des Plaines
A week-long celebration of Oakton’s talented student and faculty performers.
Des Plaines
Oakton students demonstrate their presentation skills on topics that span the spectrum from meaningful to heartwarming to hilarious.
Off Campus
Explore the nanotechnology field, tour Oakton's state-of-the-art nanotechnology laboratory and learn more about the College’s nanotechnology courses.
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newsImage
Des Plaines
Members of the art faculty display their original artwork.
newsImage
Des Plaines
A collaborative presentation and performance involving faculty and students.
newsImage
Des Plaines
Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson is a rock-n-roll comedy about the man who shaped the way our political system works today.
Des Plaines
Learn about Oakton’s new partnership with Roosevelt University at this free event.
des plaines, skokie
Free and open to all students, topics include study skills and test taking.
des plaines, skokie
Thanksgiving Recess.
Des Plaines
The Incredible Shrinking Brain: Normal Aging, Alzheimer’s Disease, and Neuroimaging. Presented by Brad Wright, M.D., Ph.D., Medical Resident, University of Utah.
newsImage
Des Plaines
Professional and student potters from the Chicago area have contributed hundreds of unique bowls for this annual fundraiser.
Des Plaines
A week-long celebration of Oakton’s talented student and faculty performers.
Des Plaines
Oakton students demonstrate their presentation skills on topics that span the spectrum from meaningful to heartwarming to hilarious.
Off Campus
Explore the nanotechnology field, tour Oakton's state-of-the-art nanotechnology laboratory and learn more about the College’s nanotechnology courses.
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November 21, 2014
Oakton @ Lincoln (ISCC Match)
November 21, 2014
Donations of nonperishable canned goods/foods will be collected; glass jars not accepted. Drop off locations - Parking Lot entrances & Main Lobby at Des Plaines and outside Public Safety and Office of Student Life at Skokie. All items will be donated to the Niles Township Food Pantry. Cash or check donations will be accepted at the Office of Student Life at either campus. Coordinated by students of the Emerging Leaders Program.
November 24, 2014
This is an open writing session in the library to work on your book for NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). All writers are welcome!
November 25, 2014
This is an open writing session in the library to work on your book for NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). All writers are welcome!
November 25, 2014
Attending class is the easy part. Now, you need to absorb and retain all that knowledge! Master key study skills from note taking and highlighting to annotating and critical reading.
November 25, 2014
Oakton @ Triton (ISCC Match)
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The United States faces a serious shortage of qualified scientists, engineers, and mathematicians. At Oakton, the Center for Promoting STEM is working to fill that gap.