Transfer Services

Successful transfer from OCC requires planning.

The Academic Advising staff can help you:

  • Access information on two- and four-year colleges/universities
  • Plan your course of study to parallel the first two years at the four-year institution where you plan to transfer

Students interested in transferring should meet with an advisor early in their career with OCC. For more information, view a tutorial on how to use NJ Transfer.

Ocean County College Transfer Fairs

Business Transfer Seminars
Representatives from Kean Ocean, Pace University, Rutgers University, Rider University and Stockton University will be on campus to speak with students about transfer into their business programs. Click here for dates, times and locations.

Oct. 11 @ 3:45pm - Gateway Bldg. Rm. 312
Pace University
Oct. 25 @ 3:45pm - Gateway Bldg. Room 312
Rutgers University
Nov. 2 @ 11:00am - Larson Student Ctr.- Room 201 - Bldg. 8
Rider University
Nov. 8 @ 3:45pm Gateway Bldg. Room 312
Stockton University
Nov. 15 @ 3:45pm Gateway Bldg. Room 312

OCC - FDU Scholars Program

Ocean County College and Fairleigh Dickinson University have established the OCC-FDU Scholars Program. With this program, a student will receive at least a 40% reduction in tuition at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Metropolitan Campus in Teaneck or Florham Campus in Madison upon completion of the associate’s degree.

KEAN - Instant Decision Days

Call 732-255-0356 for more information or visit them in Gateway (Building 101), Room 103. Click here to view a listing of Kean Ocean Undergraduate Programs.

New Jersey - Transfer Law

New Jersey has a state-wide agreement to assist students with transfer from a community college to a 4-year public institution. Under the Lampitt Law, community college students who complete an AA or AS degree will receive half of the credits needed for graduation with a Bachelor’s degree. Careful planning is essential for a smooth and efficient transfer experience.