FACULTY & STAFF
Meet the people who are changing the face of education and making new and exciting things happen every day.
Employees, students, and the community are able to easily search for individuals by department or name (last or first) for access to titles, phone extensions, emails and office location.
Facts & Stats
POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
Policy and procedure manual includes policies related to: Bylaws of the Board of Trustees, Administration, Personnel, Business, Students, Community ...
The Fact book tells OCC’s story through data and infographics in addition to providing contextual information for each section.
Ocean County College promotes academic excellence in 28 academic programs/program options and 19 certificates programs.
partnering for the future
Ocean County College is currently engaged in implementing its Strategic Plan which includes a strong movement to innovate as well as to leverage collaboration, partnerships, and sharing to achieve Ocean’s Mission.
The interest in establishing a facility for higher education in Ocean County dates back to 1957 when the Ocean County Board of Commissioners went on record favoring a study of the need for such a facility within the county.
Ocean County College complies with federal Title IV student financial aid regulatory requirements that specify the “consumer information” that must be provided to current and prospective students.
COLLEGE FACTS AND POLICIES
State of New Jersey, Office of the Secretary of Higher Education
The Human Resources staff collectively has 152 years’ experience assisting and supporting employees.
We focus on delivering services and providing resources to our employees, enabling them to be fully prepared and highly committed as the OCC community works together to ensure that students are part of one of the best community colleges in NJ that provides high quality education.
Academic Master Plan
The Academic Master Plan 2019-2022 is the guiding plan for academics at Ocean County College.
Ocean County College President Dr. Jon H. Larson’s 2020 President’s Report showcases major highlights of the past year and new Strategic Priorities to guide the College’s future development.