OCCC opens clothes closet for students in need

Staff reportsOklahoma City Community College students now have access to free clothing through the school’s first Clothes Closet.
The service, which opened May 20, is in partnership with Sharing Tree, a local nonprofit that serves families in need by providing a no-cost, dignified shopping experience.
According to OCCC President Jerry Steward, the Clothes Closet was created for OCCC students who need additional clothing, whether it’s basic, everyday wear or professional wear for job interviews or special events.
“More than 60 percent of OCCC students who don’t return to college do so for nonacademic reasons,” Steward said.Read more on NewsOK.com

Staff reports

Oklahoma City Community College students now have access to free clothing through the school’s first Clothes Closet.

The service, which opened May 20, is in partnership with Sharing Tree, a local nonprofit that serves families in need by providing a no-cost, dignified shopping experience.

According to OCCC President Jerry Steward, the Clothes Closet was created for OCCC students who need additional clothing, whether it’s basic, everyday wear or professional wear for job interviews or special events.

“More than 60 percent of OCCC students who don’t return to college do so for nonacademic reasons,” Steward said.
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