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In solidarity with the AAPI Community

A message from Oakton President Joianne L. Smith, Ph.D.

Oakton will continue to take actionable steps to break down our society's systemic racism.

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Going Once… Going Twice… Sold! Virtual Auction to Benefit Oakton Community College Students

Art enthusiasts can bid on original pieces created by Oakton Community College students, faculty and local artists from the comfort of their homes while supporting students in their academic endeavors.

Hatch Donates $100,000 to Support Scholarships for Oakton Cannabis Students

Students enrolled in Oakton Community College’s cannabis education programs will benefit from a generous donation from Hatch, a cannabis dispensary with two locations in Illinois.

Art and Abolition

The contemporary movement for abolition envisions the dismantlement of prisons, surveillance, and policing, and the simultaneous building of new lasting social systems and alternatives to punishment and imprisonment. How can artists and arts organizations play a role in the movement for abolition?
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Oakton Announces New Transfer Partnership With National Louis University

Oakton Community College students looking to transfer to a four-year college can explore new opportunities thanks to a new partnership with National Louis University.

OakArt 2021

OakArt is an annual exhibition at the Koehnline Museum of Art, which celebrates the creativity of student artists and their amazing work.
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Oakton Helping Others Club Meeting

Join us as we meet biweekly on Thursdays at 7 pm. Will discuss plans & projects to work on this spring semester. We welcome any students to be a part of our club! Email us at oaktonhelpingothersclub@gmail.com for more info and to receive our Zoom link.