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Oklahoma City Community College
FAFSA School Code: 010391

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2014-2015 Verification Changes

What is Verification? Federal regulations provide for the confirmation of specific data supplied by applicants for Federal Title IV STudent Financial Assistance on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

What is the purpose? To insure accuracy in the process of apply for Federal Title IV Student Financial Assistance and to insure proper payments of Title IV funds.

What if I am selected? Selected applicants are required by Federal Title IV regulations to submit documentation requested by the Financial Aid Office to confirms the accuracy of required itmes on the FAFSA. Students selected for verification may be assigned to one of six groups which determine required items you the student must document.

What is new for 2014-2015? The 2014-2015 FAFSA verification items are the same as those for the 2013-2014 award year with one addition - Other Untaxed Income.

What is Other Untaxed Income? Information provided on the FAFSA in Question 45 for the student and Question 94 for the dependent student's parents such as:

  • Payments to tax-deferred pension and savings.
  • Child support received.
  • Housing,food and other living allowances paid to members of the military, clergy and others.
  • Veterans noneducation benefits.
  • Other untaxed income.
  • Money received orp aid on the applicants behalf.

If the Financial Aid Advisor determines that the amounts reported does not appear to provide sufficient financial support for the number of family members reported on the FAFSA then the applicant and, if appropriate, the applicant's parents or spouse will be asked to explain how the family was financially supported during the 2013 calendar year.

 

 FAFSA School Code: 010391

Welcome to the Office of Financial Aid and Veteran's Services. Our mission is to provide financial assistance for students, enabling access to educational opportunity, and supporting persistence toward completion of their educational goals.

Prospective students and parents are encouraged to browse this site for general information about college costs, types of financial aid available, the financial aid process, and financial aid application requirements. Reviewing our site will provide the information necessary to understanding your or your student's eligibility for financial aid. Current students will also find this site helpful. Here you can complete and submit required financial aid documents, review the process or conditions on certain financial aid programs, view disbursement dates, and find links to other helpful resources.

To apply for most types of aid, students must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at http://www.fafsa.gov. To be considered for all possible financial aid for 2013-2014 academic year, please submit your FAFSA before March 1, 2013. To ensure the Financial Aid Office has sufficient time to review your file and determine your eligibility for financial assistance before the semester begins, please submit your FAFSA by May 31, 2013 for fall semester and by October 25, 2013 for spring semester.

In an effort to contact students as quickly and efficiently as possible about their status in the financial aid process, the Financial Aid Office will use email as the primary means of communicating with students. It is your responsibility to check your OCCC email in order to receive important financial aid information.

The Financial Aid Office is located in the Main Building across from the testing center. If you have any questions about your financial aid, please contact us by phone at: (405) 682-7525 or email: financialaid@occc.edu or in person during Financial Aid Office hours of opperation.

Cost of Attendance 2014-2015

       Full Time              Full Time-Non Resident
Dependent Student Dependent Student
Tuition/Fees* $2,592 Tuition/Fees* $6,619
Books/Suplies $1,600 Books/Suplies $1,600
Room/Board $2,714 Room/Board $2,714
Transportation $2,400 Transportation $2,400
Personal/Miscellanous $1,290 Personal/Miscellanous $1,290
Total $10,596 Total $14,623
Full Time Full Time Non-Resident
Independent Student Independent Student
Tuition/Fees* $2,592 Tuition/Fees* $6,619
Books/Suplies $1,600 Books/Suplies $1,600
Room/Board $8,258 Room/Board $8,258
Transportation $2,400 Transportation $2,400
Personal/Miscellanous $1,290 Personal/Miscellanous $1,290
Total $16,140 Total $20,167
Part Time Part Time-Non Resident
Dependent Student Dependent Student
Tuition/Fees** $1,296 Tuition/Fees** $3,310
Books/Suplies $800 Books/Suplies $800
Room/Board $2,714 Room/Board $2,714
Transportation $2,400 Transportation $2,400
Personal/Miscellanous $1,290 Personal/Miscellanous $1,290
Total $8,500 Total $10,514
Part Time Part Time-Non Resident
Independent Student Independent Student
Tuition/Fees** $1,296 Tuition/Fees** $3,310
Books/Suplies $800 Books/Suplies $800
Room/Board $8,258 Room/Board $8,258
Transportation $2,400 Transportation $2,400
Personal/Miscellanous $1,290 Personal/Miscellanous $1,290
Total $14,044 Total $16,058

 * Full time: Tuition/fees and other costs are based on 12 hours each semester.

** Part time: Tuition/fees and other costs are based on 6 hours each semester. Tuition and fees are subject to change each year and budgets will be updated to reflect changes.

Dependent Care: Documented care not provided by an agency or family member may be added to the student's budget.

Disability Services: Any student who requires special services due to a disability may have the documented costs added to the budget if these services are not provided by the college or an agency.