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Coronavirus Update (COVID-19) OCCC will deliver all summer classes online. The OCCC Main Campus will reopen June 1. All other sites remain closed. Individuals entering the building will be required to wear a face mask. Most campus services are still available online. To view current hours for campus departments and services, visit 
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Admission Requirements

If you are a graduate of an accredited high school or have a GED certificate and your class has graduated from high school, you are eligible for admission to Oklahoma City Community College. If you are under 21, the college requires that you submit an official high school transcript and available ACT scores. Transfer students are required to submit official transcripts from all previously attended colleges.

You may be eligible for special entrance if you are a high school junior or senior. Call the Office of Recruitment and Admissions at (405) 682-OCCC for more information or visit the web site at

Assessment through Testing

Entry-level skills of all first time attending students will be evaluated through prior coursework, external tests such as the ACT, and assessment testing on campus when appropriate. The college will most likely test you in math, reading, and writing to determine which courses best fit your skill level when you first enroll.

* You should plan on 30-45 minutes for each test (reading, writing, and math), so plan your time on campus accordingly.

Student I.D. Card and I.D. Number

Once enrolled, you will be required to get a photo I.D. and will be assigned a student I.D. number (this will be a seven-digit number assigned by the institution-not your social security number). You may obtain your Student I.D. card at the Office of Records and Registration.