- Chancellor's Scholarship
An OCC Chancellor's Scholarship is available to at least one graduation student at every public/private high school and every adult/alternative education
center in Oakland County. The scholarship covers full tuition for the Fall and Winter Semesters. If you are interested, please contact your high school counselor
for more information.
- Contributed Scholarships
Many scholarships are awarded to OCC students thanks to contributions to the college through public and private donations. You can apply for these scholarships
if your academic performance at OCC meets the scholarship's criteria.
- Michigan Merit Award Scholarship
This exciting, new scholarship offers an award up to $2,500 to high school students graduating in 2000 or later. This scholarship could cover almost all of
your tuition at OCC for two years of full-time enrollment! Exact criteria for this scholarship are still being developed. Please contact the OFAS for current
While not really scholarships, Tax credit programs are a great way to help pay for your college education. They can decrease the amount of money you owe
for taxes or increase the amount of your tax return. Exact award amounts will vary. Consult with your tax advisor regarding eligibility requirements.
Technically a tax credit, the Hope Scholarship allows eligible students pursuing the first two years of postsecondary education to receive tax credits
for tuition and fees.
Lifetime Learning Tax Credit
If you are not eligible for the Hope Scholarship or if you have already attended your first two years of postsecondary education, you may be eligible
for the Lifetime Learning Tax Credit.