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Now is the best time to register for classes!

Student Services employees are back on campus! All student services offices are open to assist you in person! The HUB, Advising, Financial Aid, Registration and Records, Disability Services, Student Support Services, Counseling Center, Tutoring Center, and Testing Center are operating during their standard hours. For office hours, visit go.ocean.edu/hours.

You can also select your courses and register for the Spring 2022 terms online. Spring 2022 and Accelerated 1 start on January 24. Spring Quick Term starts on March 1. Spring Accelerated 2 starts on March 28.

Please note, high school students taking college credits while in high school can visit our Early College page for more information.

To get started, please select your student type from the following choices:

Apply to OCC and visit the HUB for more information.

Next, register for your classes for the Spring:

For more information, join one of our New Student Information sessions below:

Need help? New students can request a schedule by filling out a Registration and Advising form. An advisor will create your schedule based on your preferences!

  • Need help? Contact your assigned advisor.
    • Steps to locating your assigned advisor:
      • Log into Ocean Connect>Go to Student Planning>Select “Plan & Schedule”>Click the “Advising” tab
    • Having trouble locating your advisor?
  • Apply to OCC
  • Submit Transcripts: Students transferring credits from another institution should arrange for official transcripts to be sent to the Office of Registration & Records for evaluation. Once transcript evaluation is completed, you will be informed which courses have been accepted for transfer towards an OCC degree.
  • Select your courses and register using Student Planning using these Step-by-Step instructions (PDF).
  • Visit go.ocean.edu/AdvisingVideos for video tutorials on how to plan and register for your next semester.
  • Meet with an Academic Advisor for additional help:

Visiting students are currently enrolled at another institution and are at OCC to take classes to transfer back to their home institution.

Non-Degree students are not pursuing a degree or certificate at OCC, but are taking classes for reasons such as completing prerequisites or personal enrichment.

*Visiting and Non-degree students do not need to demonstrate college readiness or have prerequisite courses in order to register at OCC.

Students that have Ocean County College issued Chromebooks and are continuing their remote education in one of the Spring 2022 terms, are permitted to continue using the laptop to access their courses.

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