Stay Home and Stay Safe with Ocean County College
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Ocean County College is offering face-to-face classes remotely until further notice. You can learn more about the steps OCC is taking to assist our students and the community on our Coronavirus web page.
College staff is available to help you stay on track. The Hub is OCC’s one-stop shop for help with completing your application, exploring financial aid options, getting academic advising appointments, enrolling in classes and more. Contact a Hub technician at Hub@ocean.edu or by phone at 732-255-0383, or visit The Hub online.
All of Ocean County College’s services are fully remote to help you stay home and stay safe as you pursue your degree. From Admissions to Veterans’ Services, advisers are available to advise and guide our students. Visit the Remote Student Services page to learn more.
Frequently Asked Questions
At Ocean County College, more than half of our enrolled students in 2019 qualified for grants, scholarships, and other forms of aid to cover the cost of tuition. Students who complete the FAFSA and meet certain eligibility requirements can receive various federal and state grants, including Federal Pell Grants, New Jersey State Tuition Aid Grants, Educational Opportunity Fund Grants, and more.
While the OCC campuses in Toms River and Manahawkin are closed, you can virtually visit us on our Virtual Campus Visit page. Our virtual visit includes videos and resources for everything you need to know about OCC. Learn about our academic programs, financial aid, enrollment resources, student services, and student activities. You can even take a virtual tour of the campus.
If you have any questions during your virtual visit, our AI chatbot Reggie is available to answer 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our Remote Student Services are available to guide you to your next step during regular business hours.
To get started, visit our Spring Registration page. You can find step-by-step instructions for completing our registration forms, view tutorials on course planning, and contact an OCC advisor to put together a course plan. OCC provides multiple terms throughout the summer, fall, and spring semesters, ensuring you can quickly get started on your path to a degree.