TOMS RIVER — A 16,000-square-foot contemporary-style building has been completed on the Ocean County College campus in Toms River, and a ribbon-cutting ceremony took place on Thursday, June 24.
The new Student Enrollment Building provides a one-stop-shop for all services related to student enrollment: Enrollment Services, Student Advising, Registration and Records, Financial Aid, and technology for student self-service are now consolidated in one convenient location.
“OCC’s new Student Enrollment Building is functional and welcoming, representative of who we are as an institution of higher education — creative, innovative, student-centered and bold,” says Dr. Jon H. Larson, OCC’s president. “It is a physical representation of our mission and a realization of several years of planning and building — of the hard work of many hands!”
We are Ocean, and we are here for you!
Dr. Jon H. Larson, OCC’s president, center, poses with a plaque commemorating the establishment of the new building from the Mayor of Toms River, Maurice B. Hill. Dr. Larson is joined by Mayor Hill and Toms River Councilwoman Laurie Huryk.
It’s official! Dr. Jon H. Larson, OCC’s president, cuts the ribbon formally opening the Student Enrollment Building, while Ocean County Commissioner Virginia E. Haines assists.
From left: The Mayor of Toms River, Maurice B. Hill; OCC Board of Trustee members Stephan R. Leone, Frank J. Dupignac, Jr., Emily Napolitano, Linda L. Novak, and Carl “Van” Thulin, Jr.; Dr. Jon H. Larson; Ocean County Commissioner Virginia E. Haines; Trustee Steven A. Zabarsky; and Toms River Councilwoman Laurie Huryk.