Olney Central College

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Olney Central College
Type Community
Established1963
President Rodney Ranes
Students1,330 [1]
Location, ,
United States
Colours Blue & White
Athletics NJCAA Division I
Great Rivers Athletic Conference
Nickname Blue Knights
MascotBlue Knight
Website www.iecc.edu/occ/

Olney Central College is a public community college in Olney, Illinois. It confers associate degrees and technical certificates and also offers online four-year degrees through its affiliation with Franklin University. Olney Central College is a member of the Illinois Eastern Community Colleges district.

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References

  1. As of spring 2019. "Spring Enrollment Report" (PDF). Illinois Community College Board. Retrieved 29 April 2020.
  2. "MiLB Stats | Baseball Stats".

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