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The Office Administration Center (OAC) is located in Founders Hall 131. The OAC is a unique educational environment on campus that offers Office Administration (OFADM) courses that can be added throughout the semester and finished before the semester ends. The short, carefully prepared courses are designed in an individualized, hands-on format.
Typically, the first week of courses is set aside for group OAC orientations. All new and returning students are required to attend one of our 90-minute, course-specific orientations. Orientations are for students taking OFADM courses that are held in the OAC. Orientations are designed to provide you with
Click here for orientation details—in short, choose your OFADM keyboarding course number below; if you are not taking a keyboarding course, then you will need to attend a date and time that corresponds with a yellow box.
Our courses provide skills that are beneficial in various capacities, including as a student and as an employee. Our courses are considered open entry/open exit--
To see a listing of courses and course descriptions click here.
You will need to purchase the appropriate textbook before starting a course in the OAC. Make sure not to remove the shrink-wrap of your textbook until you talk to us at the OAC orientation. Also, depending on the course you choose, you may be required to purchase a Scantron for testing and a flash drive for coursework. A textbook/supply list will be given to you during the OAC orientation. It is not necessary to purchase anything before the orientation.
The OAC is open many hours each week, this includes evening hours--see left side bar for all OAC hours. Our hours are meant to provide ample flexibility for your scheduling purposes. You are welcome to work on your OFADM courses in the center anytime during open hours—no appointment is necessary.