OCC Summer and Fall Registration Open in March

Current and future OCC students, and guest students who will be home for the summer, can now register online for both summer and fall semester classes. Summer classes begin May 8 and fall semester begins August 28.


Summer 2023

  • Class schedule available online: February 24
  • Priority registration (students with 30+ credits completed): March 6
  • Priority registration (students with 6+ credits completed): March 7
  • Open registration: March 8
  • Classes begin: May 8 

Fall 2023 

  • Class schedule available online: March 17 
  • Priority registration (students with 30+ credits completed): March 27 
  • Priority registration (students with 6+ credits completed): March 28 
  • Open registration: March 29 
  • Classes begin: August 28 

OCC will continue to feature a variety of course formats for students including in-person on campus; hybrid courses - a combination of in-person and online; and 100 percent online courses for maximum flexibility. To review class schedules for summer and fall semesters and for more registration information, visit Registration. New students are encouraged to visit Admissions for additional information on applying to OCC. Guest students from other colleges and universities should visit Guest Students before registering for classes. 

Variety of Ways Available to Help Pay for Tuition  
OCC offers one of the lowest in-district tuition rates in Michigan with a variety of one-time grants, government financial aid programs and free scholarships available for OCC students for the summer and fall semesters:  

  • Summer Momentum Scholarship – Students who have completed 16 or more credit hours at OCC, with a C average or better, are encouraged to apply             for OCC’s Summer Momentum Scholarship, which provides up to $728 towards summer tuition. 
  •  FAFSA - All college students are encouraged to apply for college financial aid through the U.S. Department of Education. Students should complete the                Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at https://studentaid.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa. Applying for FAFSA opens up additional opportunities            for grants, scholarships and more.   
  • OCC Scholarship Universe - Students should submit an application to Scholarship Universe, a scholarship-matching tool that connects students to                      internal and external scholarship opportunities. For more information on scholarships, visit https://www.oaklandcc.edu/finaid/scholarships.aspx
  • Michigan Reconnect - OCC, in partnership with the Michigan Reconnect program, is offering free in-district tuition to qualifying Michigan residents at            least 25 years of age who want to earn an associate degree or certificate.  Visit https://www.oaklandcc.edu/mireconnect 

 About OCC   

Oakland Community College offers nearly 100 degrees and certificates programs with the resources students need to be successful and advance our community. As a top transfer institution, OCC offers one of the state’s most affordable tuition rates and flexibility in scheduling with face-to-face and online options. The College is nationally recognized for its high-demand career training with expert faculty in their fields. More than 1 million students have enrolled in the College since it opened in 1965. Learn more at  oaklandcc.edu.    


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