Enrollment and Registration

Steps to Enroll

1. Apply for admission

  1. Submit your application to the Office of Recruitment and Admissions and meet with an admissions advisor
  2. Recruitment & Admissions, 1st floor, Main Building
  3. Apply at least one week before classes begin
  4. For assistance, call (405) 682-OCCC.

2. Apply for financial aid

  1. Apply online at www.fafsa.gov
  2. Financial Aid office, 1st floor, Main Building
  3. Pay attention to due dates
  4. For assistance, call (405) 682-7525 or email financialaid@occc.edu.
  5. Visit the financial aid web site.

3. Take assessment tests

  1. Take admissions advisor referral to Testing and Assessment Services
  2. Testing & Assessment Services, 1st Floor, Main Building
  3. For assistance, call (405) 682-7531.

4. Register for classes

  1. New students will meet with an advisor in the Office of Academic Advising to identify courses.
  2. New students will enroll in the Office of Academic Advising. Returning students may register online through MineOnline.
  3. For assistance, call the Office of Academic Advising (405) 682-7535 or Records and Registration (405) 682-7512, Main Building.

5. Pay tuition and fees

  1. Tuition is due by the designated due date or at the time of enrollment in order to avoid finance charges. Students who do not pay their entire bill by the designated due date will automatically set up on a monthly payment plan and assessed a finance charge on their total balance. Students may pay tuition online at mineonline.occc.edu.
  2. The Bursar’s office is located on the 1st floor of the Main Building
  3. For assistance, call (405) 682-7825 or email bursar@occc.edu.

6.   Drop or add classes if necessary

  1. Students may drop or add classes online through the MineOnline student account accessible from mineonline.occc.edu or in person at the registration area.
  2. The registration area is located on the 1st floor in the Main Building by the stairs.
  3. For assistance, call (405) 682-7512.

7. Attend Classes

  1. It’s important to attend your classes regularly from the very first day to stay on top of your studies.
  2. Labs and tutors are available to help with specific areas of study.
  3. Check the web site for each lab’s open dates and hours of operation.

Auditing a Course

Auditing gives you the opportunity to participate in a course without concern for credits or grades. You still have to pay the same enrollment fees as regular students.

To audit a course, you must meet:

  1. all eligibility requirements for admission to the college
  2. all pre-requisites for the course

You may also change from audit to credit by the close of the late enrollment period for the semester or you can change from credit to audit through the official withdrawal period.

To enroll in an audit course, you must note on the enrollment form that the course is being audited.

A mark of ‘AU’ will be posted on your official college transcript for each course you choose to audit.

Financial Aid funds do not pay for Audited Courses. If a course is changed to Audit, a student will have to repay Financial Aid funds if payment was based on credit hours for the course.

Enrollment

If you are enrolling for the first time, the college will assist you, in person, in the Office of Academic Advising.

If you have been enrolled before, are in good academic standing and have submitted all transfer transcripts you can enroll online at mineonline.occc.edu.

Grading System

The grades you earn in each course reflect how well you have met the learning objectives of the class as stated by your instructor. OCCC conforms to the definitions of grading terms set forth by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education.

  A  Excellent 4.0       

  B  Good 3.0                  

  C  Average 2.0

  D  Below Average 1.0

  F   Failure 0.0

  S   Satisfactory

  U  Unsatisfactory

Neither ‘S’ nor ‘U’ grades are computed in your grade point average. Certain zero-level classes award grades of ‘A’ through ‘F’ which are also not computed in your grade point average.

MineOnline Access

Once enrolled, you will be able to access your student information and records, view your grades, and enroll in classes through MineOnline (if you are in good academic standing).

To access your records, you must log into the system. Easy to follow instructions are available when you log in to help you navigate the system.

Online Course Access

To access your online course, go to online.occc.edu. Courses will be available the first day of classes.

Regular Enrollment Hours:

Monday.................................... 8:00 am–8:00 pm

Tuesday and Wednesday.......... 8:00 am–6:00 pm

Thursday................................. 11:30 am–6:00 pm

Friday....................................... 8:00 am–5:00 pm

Extended Fall Hours:

August 3-21, 2015

Monday - Thursday.................. 8:00 am–8:00 pm

Friday....................................... 8:00 am–5:00 pm

Section Numbering System
Entry Point Type Number Term

E = Early 8 or 4 Weeks

M = Late 8 or 4 Weeks

I = Intersession

F = Fast Track

T =
Traditional 8 or 16 Weeks

W = Online

X = Online with Proctored Exam

Y = Hybrid of Online and Face to Face

C = Computer Assisted

R = Face to Face

B = Block

P = Pair

T = At a Technology Center

H = At a High School

2 Digit Max

F = Fall

S = Spring

U = Fall

 

Definitions for Entry Point:

E = First 8 weeks of a fall or spring term or the first 4 weeks of a fall term.

M = Last 8 weeks of a fall or spring term or the last 4 weeks of a fall term.

I = An intersession term, 2-3 weeks in length held January, May and August annually.

F = A course held on 5 consecutive Saturdays, 3 fast track sessions are held each fall and spring term.

T = Traditional 8 week fall term or 16 week fall or spring term.

Definitions for Type:

W = A class is 100% online, including testing.

X = Online class, with proctored exams.

Y = Hybrid course offered partially online and partially face to face.

C = A face to face course in which computers will be used at least 50% during the course meeting time.

R = Face to face courses meet in a traditional classroom setting.

B = Courses grouped together in convenient blocks of time, requiring enrollment in all courses within a specific block.

P = Courses paired together in convenient blocks of time, requiring enrollment in all courses within a specific pair.  Instructors of each paired course set work together to create complementary assignments.

T = Course taught at one of the technology centers.

H = Concurrent course taught at a high school.

Definitions of Number:

A maximum of 2 digits may be used to delineate between course sections with similar entry points and types and terms.

 

New students will enroll in the Office of Academic Advising .