To create a new application or log into your My Account page, use the personal email on your account and the password you created. To reset your password, click on ‘Forgot Your Password.’ For additional assistance, email HUB@ocean.edu or call x482.
New students will need their username and ID number to log into Ocean Connect the first time. Current students that need their password reset will need to call the HUB at 732-255-0482 from 8am-5pm Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, 8am-7 pm Wednesday, and 8am-5pm on Friday.
Per Credit: (Fall 2020)
In-County residents: $155.50
Out of County residents: $173.50
Out of state residents: $250.00
Additional information on tuition.
Find out the estimated price of attending OCC including cost of attendance, books, supplies, etc. minus whatever financial aid or scholarships you might have been awarded!
Use Ocean’s new self-service portal to pay your bills online or view past bills. Our easy and secure site makes the process simple!
Sign up to receive your student refund electronically and don’t wait for a check to be mailed to you! Login to Ocean Connect and follow the steps below!
- Self Service
- Bank Information
- Add an Account
- Refund Reimbursement & Payment Deposit
- Click on Next to enter Bank Information
- Agree to Terms and Conditions and Click on Submit.
Current and former students, as well as outside organizations, may seek enrollment or degree verification(s) through the National Student Clearinghouse. Current students have 24/7 access at no charge! Request an Academic Verification of Enrollment by logging to Ocean Connect > WebAdvisor > Academic Profile.
The Advising and Transfer Office is open M, T, TH 8am – 6pm, W 8am-7pm, and F 8am – 5pm for walk-ins only. We can assist you with your class schedule, transfer options, career paths and more!
Failing to maintain satisfactory academic progress will result in an academic penalty. These penalties are: Academic Warning, Academic Probation, Continued Probation, Academic Suspension. Returning after Academic Suspension- Academic Reinstatement. Having a GPA below 2.0 and/or withdrawing from 50% or more of your classes result in a penalty. Severity depends on other factors – more information
GPA is found by: (quality points of your grade) X (total course credits) = cumulative grade points for the course. Add up all courses cumulative grade points for each course and divide by your total number of credits to arrive at your GPA.
Student Planning allows students to plan and track progress towards degree completion. You can plan courses, register for classes and even see how your credits would fit into a different degree program!
Career Coach is designed to help you explore career options through a career assessment, as well as provide you with the most current local data on wages, employment, job postings, and associated education and training.