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Both Des Plaines and Skokie Early Childhood Centers still have openings for summer programs and the 2013-2014 school year.
The College is closed Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from May 24 through August 3.
The Oakton Community College Board of Trustees seated new officers and seated new members for 2013 - 2014 on Thursday, May 2.
Oakton Student Trustee Recognized for Excellence; Belgian Artist Charles Szymkowicz Makes His U.S. Debut at Oakton; Tour Oakton’s Skokie Campus on May 22; Oakton Hosts Free Health Care Information Sessions in June
Oakton Board of Trustees Seats New Officers and Members; Spring Musical Celebration Continues at Oakton; Oakton Museum Hosts the U.S. Premiere of Exhibition by Belgian Artist; Arts and Humanities Festival Focuses on George Bernard Shaw; Check out Oakton’s Skokie Campus May 22; Legal Matters: Oakton Offers Introduction to Paralegal Studies
Chicago Author Karen Skalitzky Sheds Light on Homelessness; Oakton Screens Orchestra of Exiles; Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Concludes Its Sizzling Run at Oakton; Enjoy the Melodic Sounds of the Oakton Six Piano Ensemble; Start a Flourishing Career in Radiologic Technology at Oakton; Noteworthy Festival Celebrates Spring with a Week of Concerts; Belgian Artist Makes His U.S. Debut with Faces Behind the Truth
Oakton Student Receives Prestigious Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship; Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Concludes Its Sizzling Run at Oakton; Celebrate Earth Week at Oakton; Oakton Concert Turns the Spotlight on Posttraumatic Stress Disorder; Focus on Phlebotomy: Oakton Hosts Free Information Session; Check Out Oakton’s Des Plaines Campus April 23; Start a Thriving Career in Nursing at Oakton; Deadline for Play On Submissions Extended; Enjoy the Sounds of the Oakton Six Piano Ensemble; Oakton Screens Orchestra of Exiles
Hollie Wagner is one of only 73 scholars nationwide to receive the prestigious Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship. The award provides up to $30,000 annually for a student to complete a four-year degree.
Register Now for Fall Classes at Oakton; Oakton Alumna Heats up the Stage in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof; Get the Scoop on Oakton’s Technology Programs; Start Trekking Toward a Thriving Health Care Career at Oakton; Oakton’s “Creating Justice” Links Art and Activism; Film Premier Features Local Holocaust Survivors; Earth Week at Oakton; Celebrate National Medical Laboratory Professionals Week at Oakton; Six Piano Ensemble Takes the Stage April 27–28; Oakton Hosts Rush Workshop on Children’s Mental Health
OakArt 2013 Exhibition Debuts April 4; Registration for Fall Classes at Oakton Starts April 8; Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Heats up Oakton Stage; Get the Lowdown on Oakton’s Technology Programs; Start Your Journey Toward a Prosperous Health Care Career at Oakton; “Creating Justice” Connects Art and Activism; Film Premier Focuses on Local Holocaust Survivors; Attend the Grand Opening of the Early Childhood Resource Library at Oakton; Celebrate National Medical Laboratory Professionals Week at Oakton; Deadline for Play On Submissions Extended
Register now for summer and fall.
Summer registration open, fall registration opens April 8; campus visit March 29; International Film Fest, Kevin Coval, free acting workshop, OakArt 2013; Play On deadline April 5; technology open house; health career information sessions
Poet Kelly Zen-Yie Tsai Headlines Oakton Conference; Oakton’s Version of March Madness Comes to Glenview March 23; It’s Not Easy Being Green - Help with Oakton’s Forest Restoration Efforts; Heat up Your Summer with Classes at Oakton; Northbrook Native Kevin Coval Returns to Oakton for Hip-Hop Reading; Begin Your Career in Early Childhood Education at Oakton; Students Showcase Their Art Talent Oakton Exhibition
Launch Your Health Care Career at Oakton; See Feminism through Different Lenses at Oakton Conference; March Madness Fundraiser Tips-Off March 23 in Glenview; Help Keep Oakton’s Forest Green and Growing; Summer Registration Begins March 25 at Oakton; Plan a Visit to Oakton’s Des Plaines Campus; Discover Your Future . . . in Early Childhood Education; Check out Oakton’s The Nature Project at the Brickton Art Center; Oakton Students Display Their Talent at Koehnline Museum of Art
Hellenophiles United at Oakton’s Skokie Campus; How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying Concludes its Run at Oakton; Oakton Art Students and Faculty Showcase Their Talent at The Nature Project; Attend Free Health Career Information Sessions in March at Oakton; Explore the Future of Feminism at Oakton Conference; Hoop it up at March Madness Fundraiser; Oakton’s Baseball Team Nationally Ranked
Oakton Welcomes New Learning Center Manager; “Come Together” at Oakton for a Community-Wide Celebration of Greek Culture; Celebrate Black History Month at a Free Lecture at Oakton; Oakton Educational Foundation Hosts Benefit Performance of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying on March 2; Tour Oakton’s Campuses in March; Start Your Health Career at Oakton; Oakton’s Nature Project Shines at Brickton Art Center; March Madness Coming to Glenview
“Come Together” at Oakton for a Community-Wide Celebration of Greek Culture; Oakton Highlights German Holocaust Memorials; Booth Spotlights Famous Theater Family; Start Here. Grow Anywhere. Find Quality Child Care at Oakton’s Skokie Campus; Begin Your Health Career at Oakton; Join the Cast of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof; Oakton Spotlights the Jews of Africa; How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying Features Gender-Bending Twist
Oakton Joins ‘One Billion Rising;’ Oakton Closed on Presidents’ Day; Start Here. Grow Anywhere. Find Quality Child Care at Oakton; Oakton Highlights Holocaust Memorials of Berlin; Oakton Community College Celebrates “Coming Together in Skokie;” Oakton’s Booth Chronicles the Exploits of Famous Theater Family; Get on Board for a Health Career at Oakton
Oakton Wins Prestigious Award from Government Finance Officers Association; Farewell Show Exhibition Showcasing Oakton Art Faculty Opens Thursday; Attend a Free College Transfer Fair February 12; Get on Track for a Health Career at Oakton; “Greek” is the Word at Oakton; Oakton Joins Global Campaign to Stop Violence Against Women and Girls; Check Out Oakton’s Early Childhood Education Centers
Oakton Names New Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs; Celebrate Greek Culture at Oakton; Tour Oakton’s Des Plaines Campus; Farewell Show Exhibition Showcases Talented Oakton Art Faculty; Get on Board for a Health Career; Oakton Hosts Free College Transfer Fair February 12
Oakton Men’s Soccer Player Named to Junior College Scholar All-American Team; Open Auditions for Oakton Productions; Oakton Hosts Free Radiologic Technology Information Session; Jazzin’ Around Heats up the Winter Night; LawPocalypse Now Will Tickle Your Funny Bone; Plan a Campus Visit to Oakton
Open Auditions for Oakton Productions; Oakton Hosts Free Health Care Information Sessions in January; Laugh out Loud at LawPocalypse Now; Jazzin’ Around Features a Warm Evening of Music
American Association of Community Colleges Appoints Oakton Administrator to Leadership Committee; Start Your Health Care Career at Oakton; Gender-bending How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying Seeking Cast Members; Don’t Miss the Chicago Bar Association’s LawPocalypse Now Fundraiser; Enjoy a Warm Evening of Jazz Favorites
Enroll in Oakton’s Nursing Program; Earn a Free Voucher to Take a Microsoft Office Certification Exam; Get on Board for a Health Career in January; Think Spring: Register for Oakton Classes; Landscape Exhibition Continues at Oakton
Oakton Closed Over Winter Break; Think Small, Dream Big: Explore a Nanotechnology Career; Oakton Launches Mobile Web Site; Play On Seeks Original Playwright Submissions; Get on Track for a Health Career; Oakton Offers Person-Centered Elder Support Certificate
Oakton Professor Receives Prestigious Illinois Counseling Association Award; Register for Winter, Spring Courses; Exploring the Myth of the Golem; Noteworthy Festival Rings in the Holidays; Get on Track for a Health Career; Oakton Performing Arts Rises to New Heights in Up; Nuances of Landscape Exhibition Showcases Illinois Artists; Crossed: America Through Immigrant Eyes; Launch Your Musical Career at Oakton
Crossed: America Through Immigrant Eyes; Oakton Closed Over Winter Break; Nuances of Landscape Exhibition Showcases Illinois Artists; Play On Seeks Original Playwright Submissions
Register for Courses over Winter Break and for Spring; Survivor of Nazi Doctor Josef Mengele Speaks Out; Oakton Performing Arts Rises to New Heights in Up; Ninth Annual Empty Bowls Fundraiser Takes a Stand Against Hunger; Noteworthy Festival Rings in the Holidays; Next Stop . . . Oakton; Get on Board for a Health Career; Nuances of Landscape Exhibition Showcases Illinois Artists; Jewish Studies Examines the Myth of the Golem
Think Small: Oakton Offers New Nanotechnology Class; Oakton Closed for Thanksgiving Recess ; Oakton’s Shantytown Turns the Spotlight on Homelessness ; Award-Winning Chicago Author Alex Kotlowitz Comes to Oakton; Survivor of Nazi Doctor Josef Mengele Speaks at Oakton; Oakton Performing Arts Soars to New Heights in Up ; Oakton Holiday Bazaar Seeks Vendors; Ninth Annual Empty Bowls Fundraiser Takes a Stand Against Hunger
Explore Your Future . . . at Oakton; Free Jewish Studies Events Examine the Jewish Jesus, Nazi Doctor Josef Mengele; Stay Cool at Oakton’s Jazz Lounge; Reserve Now for The Sun, Moon, and Stars Musical Brunch; Spring Registration Begins November 19;Oakton’s Shantytown Turns the Spotlight on Homelessness; Get on Track for a Health Career; Award-Winning Chicago Author Alex Kotlowitz Comes to Oakton; Oakton Holiday Bazaar Seeks Vendors
Celebrate the Art and Music of Nature at Oakton; College Closed in Observance of Veterans Day; Get on Track for a Health Career; Explore Your Future … at Oakton; The Jewish Jesus: A Closer Look; Stay Cool at Oakton’s Jazz Lounge; Reserve Your Spot at The Sun, Moon, and Stars Musical Brunch; Oakton Spring Registration Begins November 19
Oakton Art Faculty Members Shine at ID Show 2012; It’s Not Easy Being Green: Help Oakton’s Forests Thrive; Discover Your Future ... in Early Childhood Education; Get on Track for a Healthy Career; Celebrate the Art and Music of Nature at Oakton; College Closed in Observance of Veterans Day; Chicago Author Karen Skalitzky Sheds Light on Homelessness
Idris Goodwin at Oakton; Art Faculty Exhibition; Forest Restoration Project; Early Childhood Education Information Sessions; Health Career Information Sessions
Biology Professor Named Instructor of the Year; Bawdy Comedy Lysistrata Concludes October 18-21; Undocumented Immigrants Invited to Learn More about Deferred Action; Award-Winning Playwright Comes to Oakton; Women’s Art Exhibition Closes October 26
Hold That Image: A Career in Radiologic Technology; Imagined and Guilty Identities: Remembering the Kindertransport; Aristophanes’ Comic Look at the Battle of the Sexes Opens October 11; Audition for Up; Carnauba Screening Highlights Johnson Wax CEO’s Search for His Father; Award-Winning Playwright Idris Goodman Comes to Oakton; Get the Most out of Your Voice
The Personal is Political Exhibition Opens Oct. 4; Celebrate Columbus Day With a Visit to Oakton; Oakton Hosts Health Career Info Sessions; Imagined and Guilty Identities: Remembering the Kindertransport; Lysistrata Features Battle of the Sexes; Audition for Up; Carnauba Screening Highlights Johnson Wax CEO’s Search for His Father
The Amish Project Takes the Stage at Oakton; Saints, Poets, and Posters: Indian Popular Art; Women’s Art Exhibition Opens October 4; Celebrate Columbus Day… With a Visit to Oakton; A Courtroom Drama with a Twist; Imagined and Guilty Identities: Remembering the Kindertransport; Oakton Play Lysistrata Features Battle of the Sexes
Oakton Named Military Friendly School; Music in Person Series Features Internationally Recognized Guitarists; Oakton Hosts Free Health Information Technology Session; The Amish Project Takes the Stage at Oakton; Saints, Poets, and Posters: Indian Popular Art; Women’s Art Exhibition Opens October 4
Reason versus Revelation: A Jewish Alternative; Oakton Hosts Health Career Information Sessions; Audition for OMG Improv Players; Patriocracy Examines Washington Dysfunction; Music in Person Series Features Master Guitarists; Defamation: A Courtroom Drama with a Twist
Oakton’s ECE Center renews national accreditation; Six Piano Ensemble schedules auditions; Oakton hosts health career info sessions; Reason versus Revelation: A Jewish Alternative; Audition for OMG Improv Players; Patriocracy examines Washington dysfunction
Oakton Receives $1.46 Million Grant from ICCB; Handicap This! challenges perceptions; Audition for staged reading; Six Piano Ensemble schedules auditions; Oakton hosts health career info sessions; Reason versus Revelation: A Jewish Alternative
Faculty and staff awards; Oakton at Arlington; Lysistrata auditions; Handicap This!; Audition for The Amish Project; Six Piano Ensemble auditions; Health career information sessions; Reason versus Revelation: A Jewish Alternative
Bet on a Good Time at Arlington Fundraiser; Audition for Aristophanes’ Lysistrata; Handicap This! Challenges Perceptions; Audition for Staged Reading The Amish Project
Register for fall classes at Oakton; Bet on a good time at Arlington fundraiser; Audition for Lysistrata; Handicap This! Challenges Perceptions; Six Piano Ensemble schedules open auditions
ECE Center renews national accreditation; Audition for String Ensemble; Register for fall; Upcoming health career info sessions; New exhibition opens at Koehnline
Register for fall; Play On features rising stars of the stage; explore a career in Radiologic Technology; new exhibition opens at Koehnline
Enjoy the Sounds of Summer, ceramic artist to present workshop; Play On features rising stars of the stage; explore a career in Radiologic Technology; new exhibition opens at Koehnline
Oakton designated a Safe Haven Site; Health Information Technology information session; a Night of Improv; enjoy the Sounds of Summer; ceramic artist to present workshop; ‘Play On’ features rising stars of the stage
College closed July 4; visit Oakton; explore health information technology; a night of improv; Sounds of Summer concerts; ‘Play On’
Visit Oakton; explore health care careers; women artists sought for exhibition; a night of improv
Try Oakton on for size; Women artists sought for exhibition; Free information sessions available; Register for fall
Women artists sought for exhibition; Oakton pitcher drafted; Explore a career in nursing; Register for fall.
Students receive academic honors, new women’s basketball coach, campus visits, Play On auditions, register for fall.
Play On auditions, nursing information session, register now for fall classes
Jewish Studies Concentration, Play On auditions, professor accepted into prestigious writing workshop, radiologic technology information session, Seven Jay Urry: A Retrospective
Former Oakton student wins Pulitzer, summer hours, Early Childhood Center openings, Steven Jay Urry: A Retrospective, radiologic technician information session, Dickens festival
Illinois CPA Society honors Oakton accounting professor, openings available at Early Childhood Education Centers, Richard III, Noteworthy Festival, Steven Jay Urry: A Retrospective, Jim Gill concert, radiologic technician information session
Richard III, OMG! Oakon’s improv players, Noteworthy Festival, campus visit on May 8, Steven Jay Urry: A Retrospective, Jim Gill family concert
Six Piano Ensemble, nursing program renews accreditation, Oakton recognized for financial reporting excellence, Trustees seat new officers, Richard III, Noteworthy Festival, campus visit May 8, Steven Jay Urry: A Retrospective
IT Club wins award, Latinos for Higher Education Forum, Perchance to Dream Gala, Celebrating Justice, Miss Illinois visits Oakton, nursing information session, panel: Japanese-American internment, Six Piano Ensemble
Fall registration open, radiologic technology information session, the modern science of origami, Perchance to Dream Gala, Creating Justice, Six Piano Ensemble
Oakton, the four-time defending Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference champion, is gearing up for a fifth title by playing elite competition on the road this spring.
Beginning Monday, April 16, and continuing until 2014, one third of Parking Lot D will be fenced off as part of the construction of the Science and Health Careers Center. Thank you for your patience during our construction.
Science and Health Careers Center groundbreaking April 5, fall registration opens, OakArt Exhibition, pharmacy technician information session, campus visit, STEM workshops, video contest
Tuition increase, summer registration open, technology and manufacturing open house, Take Back the Night rally, International Film Fest, health information technology information session, elder care certificate
Summer registration begins March 26, Sexual Assault Awareness Week, writer Angela Jackson, Hidden Child of the Holocaust, open house: technology & manufacturing, International Film Festival, elder care certificate
Oakton will kick off a major construction project when it breaks ground on a $39 million Science and Health Careers Center on Thursday, April 5.
Women’s History Month: feminist Amy Richards, Sexual Assault Awareness Week, writer Angela Jackson; teen depression workshop; health career information sessions
Art students honored, health career information sessions, Hawaiian Music Club open mic night, Social-Emotional Learning Workshop, feminist leader Amy Richards coming to Oakton
The National Diversity Council will honor Oakton President Margaret B. Lee, Ph.D., as one of its “2012 Most Powerful and Influential Women of Illinois” on March 15.
The NJCAA honored baseball player Ryan Tuntland as its Division II Player of the Week on February 29.
Play On is a state-wide playwriting competition open to all community college students. Aspiring playwrights have an opportunity to have their work brought to life at the Oakton Performing Arts Center.
Oakton receives NASA grant, auditions for Richard III, health career information sessions, Kita y Fernanda benefit performance, Rosa Luxemburg workshop, campus visits, elder abuse workshop
Health career information sessions, Book discussion: Children of War, Kita y Fernanda opens March 1, Social-Emotional Learning Conference, Campus visits start March 7
Health career information sessions, Mamet’s Oleanna opens this weekend, a look at the Epic of Gilgamesh, Kita y Fernanda kicks off Women’s History Month, visit Oakton’s Skokie campus.
Assyrian culture festival, health career information sessions, college transfer fair, author Don DeGrazia on campus, Mamet’s Oleanna opens next week.
Oakton is the recipient of a $25,000 adult literacy grant from the Chicago Tribune Charities, a fund of the McCormick Tribune Foundation.
The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) honored Amber Patterson-Moss.
The award recognizes professionals who have made significant contributions to counseling in the State of Illinois through their leadership.
Vice President of Student Affairs Joianne Smith received the 2011 National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) Region IV East Community College Professional Award
Hear a chilling first-hand account of what it is like to be a Holocaust survivor on Friday, December 2, at Oakton.
Attend a 70th Anniversary Remembrance of Pearl Harbor.
The Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference and the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) recognized two Oakton athletes as Players of the Week.
The Web site of Historically Black Colleges and Universities, HBCU CONNECT, has named Oakton to its list of 2011 Top 50 Employers.
A mentor to students and colleagues alike, Dr. James’ commitment to social justice and anti-bias work made him a leader, both at the College and regionally.
The Oakton men’s soccer team clinched its fourth consecutive Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference championship on October 11.
NISOD Excellence Awards honor community college faculty, staff, and administrators.
Oakton Dean of Mathematics and Technologies Robert Sompolski will serve as a co-principal investigator on the project.
The public is invited to meet the artists at a free Opening Night reception with refreshments, from 5 – 8 p.m., Thursday, October 6.
The honor places the College in the top 15 percent of U.S. colleges, universities, and trade schools in recruiting and supporting military and veteran students.
Upcoming Accreditation Review Visit by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission, Inc.
The Oakton Community College District 535 Board of Trustees has named Eric Staley of Northfield to fill the vacancy of William R. Jackson Jr., who resigned effective Monday, August 15, 2011.
Oakton Community College is the recipient of an AAA rating, the highest attainable ranking, from Moody’s Investor Services for the College’s $27.6 million General Obligation Limited Tax Bonds, Series 2011.
In the upcoming 2011 season, the Raiders look to “bust” when they seek to defend their conference title for the fourth straight year.
President Lee, a Wilmette resident, was honored Wednesday, July 27, at a ceremony at the Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation in Evanston.
Oakton’s 2010-11 women’s basketball team did something no other squad in College history has ever achieved – record 21 wins in a season.
Oakton graduate, Christina Wheeler, is one of 60 recipients in the nation.
KISS-FM will be on the Skokie campus July 21 and the Des Plaines campus July 25. Stop by and bring a friend.
The “J and Julian Show” from B96 radio will visit Oakton’s Des Plaines campus.
Three new recruits, Angelique Patterson (George Washington), Tara Busby (Steinmetz), and Amber Patterson-Moss (Thornton Fractional North), will add plenty of firepower to the roster.
Seminars showcase the College’s degree and certificate health care programs.
Learn more about Oakton's Early Childhood Centers, accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children, at free open houses in June.
Oakton was the only community college taking part in NASA’s Second Annual Lunabotics Mining Competition.
DeRionne Pollard, Ph.D., president of Montgomery College in Maryland, serves as the keynote speaker.
Oakton's Board of Trustees approved a recommendation to hire Adam Hayashi as dean of the College’s Division of Science and Health Careers.
The Oakton Board of Trustees elected new officers for 2010-2011.
Congratulations to Kyle Van Den Bosch of Des Plaines, Agnieszka Szarzec of Evanston, and John Kowols of Mount Prospect.
Geared to parents, teachers and allied health and medical professionals who work with students in elementary school through young adulthood.
Jensen’s seminar features ways to confront the destruction that is harming the earth. A question and answer segment follows his lecture.
Nurture your green thumb with a garden plot.
The Resource Center will offer supplemental teaching materials, including activity resource books, children’s literature books, and multimedia kits.
Art students Danny Lee and Jacob Hsiao are the recipients of Best in Show at the Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference Art Competition.
Skokie mayor George Van Dusen will serve as the keynote speaker at the Midwest Academic and Resilience Cloud Computing Consortium (MARC3).
The award celebrates the values of compassion, accountability, respect, excellence and service.
The grants totaling $85,781, include $38,700 awarded by the Illinois Board of Higher Education to assist students with cooperative internships.
This annual exhibition to celebrate the creativity of student artists, opens Thursday, March 31, with a reception from 5 – 8 p.m.
Eight-week classes begin Monday, June 6, and seven-week classes begin Monday, June 13.
Three candidates, Patricia Harada of Wilmette; Eric Staley of Northfield; and Jody Wadhwa of Northbrook, are seeking to fill two seats on the Board.
Explore and discuss works by feminist educators, activists, writers and artists.
Men’s soccer team will scrimmage against two local NCAA Division I teams this spring.
Manpower, Inc. will present "Second Quarter 2011 Employment Outlook."
This is the second year in a row that Oakton has received a grant from the Workforce Board of Northern Cook County.
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