10 Year Anniversary Celebration


Special Exhibit: Oakton Celebrates 50 Years (1969-2019)

The exhibition presents the history of the college in documents, photos, and videos, as well as the history of the Koehnline Museum of Art through its exhibitions and collections.

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Constitution Day

Systemic Oppression and the Constitution: How U.S. Laws and Policies Impact Citizen Rights

Oakton’s Finest: Art for Education’s Sake

Join us for a silent auction on the final night of the Oakton Celebrates 50 Years exhibition at the Koehnline Museum . Proceeds support scholarships, grants, and other student success initiatives.

Trouble in Mind Audition

Prepare a contemporary monologue (1-2 minutes in length) and be prepared to read from the script. Monologues need not be memorized.

Global Climate Strike, Rally, and Teach-In

Join students, employees, community members, and fellow citizens to demand a response to the global climate crisis.

Oakton Art Students Paint 'Pop-Up Pianos' in Rosemont

Oakton art students, Courtney Camp, Alexee McNulty, Pesach Bercovice, and Vianey Mojica-Parra, will have their art work – custom-painted pianos – on display through Sept. 30.

Schuyler Bailar

Hear the inspiring journey of the first openly transgender man to compete on any NCAA Division 1 men’s team.
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Got Research? Library Workshop (Skokie)

Learn at this library workshop how to find the following information for your research online: reliable online sources, books and articles on your topic, and citation help.