The following list contains links to some of the numerous services offered to students as they pursue their education at Oakland Community College:
International Student Advisors
Veteran's Benefits Recipients
Oakland Community College offers a comprehensive program of community services including cultural, recreational, and lifelong learning activities which respond to the needs of residents. OCC believes that a community college must be an
integral part of its community, responsive to its needs, and a catalyst in the solution of its problems. Community services at the College are decentralized to facilitate the active involvement of the total college with the community.
Each campus serves as a hub of cultural and educational activities for its sphere of influence.
ISA (International Student Advisors)
Oakland Community College is committed to providing the support and services necessary to help students adjust to the community and establish proficiency in English. International Student Advisors are available to assist
international students with immigration issues, conversion to F-1 status, special orientation student admissions. Visit International Students website for more information.
ACCESS (Accessibility Compliance Center & Education Support Services)
Oakland Community College makes reasonable accommodations for all handicapped students (including the Learning Disabled) in compliance with state and federal legislation such as Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (PL 93-112).
Such services and assistance as educational, personal and career counseling, sign language interpreters, notetakers, readers, recorded materials, tutors, curriculum/learning station modifications, and special instructional equipment are
provided as necessary for students with special needs to realize academic success. Visit ACCESS. website form more information.
A Records Office is located at every OCC campus, except the Southfield Campus. Office hours are Monday - Thursday, 8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., and Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. At certain key times in the semester, extra services will be
The Records Office is available to assist students with issues relating to the student's academic file. This office is also responsible for changes to a student's file, special refunds, and verification and release of student record
Veterans Benefits Recipients:
All veterans wishing to take advantage of V.A. benefits should complete admission and registration forms in consultation with the V.A. representative located at the Auburn Hills Campus, building B, room 227, phone 248-232-4342. OCC does
not participate in the V.A. Advance Payment Program, therefore, all VA recipients are responsible for the payment of tuition and fee charges.
Those eligible for V.A. benefits are reminded that there is often considerable delay between the time benefits are requested and when checks begin to arrive. It is necessary, therefore, to make financial arrangements in order to prevent
financial difficulty during the intervening period before checks commence. Please call the Veterans Advisor at Auburn Hills for further details.
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