NSO – Student Resources
The Office of Advising and Transfer Services provides academic advisement, enrollment services and assistance transferring to four-year institutions.
Students can pick up all of their books, supplies, and materials in one convenient location.
The Bursar Office receives payments from students for tuition and other related educational expenses. Payments may be made in person or online.
This office helps students apply for aid, answers questions about the process and awards assistance from all major state and federal programs. The Office of Veteran's Affairs is located adjacent to this office.
Office of Registrar and Records
This office maintains all academic records, final degree checks, evaluation of transfer credit and transcripts. Records and enrollment information can be found anytime through MineOnline.
Recreation & Fitness
Recreation and Fitness provides services to students including a weight room, gym, fitness courses, Intramural teams, children's programs, and community programs.
Recruitment & Admissions
This office assists students with information about scholarships, concurrent enrollment, and the enrollment process. In addition, they provide campus tours and community outreach services.
This office is staffed continuously during all building operational hours. Services include motorist assistance, lost and found, and parking lot escorts.
Graduation, Employment & Transfer Services
Graduation, Employment and Transfer Services provides assistance to students in navigating the requirements for graduation, understanding the college transfer process, and finding post-graduate job placement.
Student Life provides information about campus events, student clubs, service learning and community service, new student orientation, bus routes, maps, and other campus services.
Student Support Services
Student Support Services provides student support for learning strategies, short-term personal counseling, student health insurance plans and disability accommodations.
The Testing Center provides course-related and assessment testing in a secure, comfortable environment. Students must have their OCCC student ID to take tests in the Testing Center. Cell phones and book bags are not permitted.
The TRiO Student Support Services office is designed to support students who meet at least one of the following criteria:
- First generation (neither parent has a bachelor's degree)
- Limited income (qualifies for a Pell grant)
- With disabilities (learning or physical)
Services are provided free of charge to participating students include academic and career advising, tutoring, assistance with financial aid, study skills coaching, peer mentoring, cultural and social activities, transfer assistance, and personal counseling. Call to sign up.