Albion College Promise - The Albion College Promise is exclusive to graduating high school seniors and transfer
students. Albion College will cover 100% of tuition and fees for Michigan families
making under $65,000 annually, after the Michigan Tuition and Federal Pell Grants
Alma College Transition Assistance Program - The Alma College Transition Assistance Program (TAP), a State of Michigan King-Chavez-Parks
grant-funded program, works to provide Pell Grant eligible and first-generation transfer
students the help they need when navigating a new institution and all it has to offer.
Transfer students that enroll in the Transition Assistance Program will participate
in monthly on-campus workshops and group social events, as well as have the opportunity
to work with current transfer students that are trained KCP mentors.
Community College Summer Fellowship Program (CCSFP) - (CCSI) ( June 4th – 6th, 2023) at the School of Information (SI) at the University
of Michigan welcomes community college students from all study backgrounds and experiences
to spend 3 days exploring the field of information science and the University of Michigan.
During the institute, students will participate in an array of sessions targeting
topics from information science to admissions and personal strengths. The institute
is FREE, and students, who complete the 3 days, will receive a stipend along with
priority consideration for admissions to the Bachelor of Science in Information. The
CCSI application is now open with a priority deadline of Thursday, March 24 ,2023!
Ferris State University (FSU) | Complete a Bachelor of Science degree with a major
in Criminal Justice or a Bachelor of Applied Science degree with a major in Industrial
Technology and Management from the convenience of OCC's Auburn Hills campus. For details
on the FSU Criminal Justice program please contact Gerry Scherlinck. For details on the FSU Industrial Technology and Management program please contact
Future for Frontliners | Cleary University, Davenport University, Eastern Michigan University, Oakland University, University of Michigan, University of Michigan – Dearborn, Wayne State University
HTECH Jobs of The Future | Community college students considering a move to Oakland University’s School of
Engineering and Computer Science (SECS) are encouraged to consider HTech Jobs of the
HTech is a partnership program between OU’s SECS and two Michigan community colleges
(Macomb Community College and Oakland Community College). This program allows students
to pursue academic opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics
HTech students are given the tools to reach their fullest potential and ignite a spark
in students’ interest in research.
Acceptance into the program will be based on a variety of factors including background
qualifications, GPA, area of study, and a personal interview. Our goal is to identify
future Oakland University students who are transferring from OCC or MCC who will benefit
from a program that provides tutoring, mentoring, and other support systems at OU.
We want to identify who will best fit our program and identify their skills, interests,
weakness and needs. Knowing our students’ needs will allow us to plan support systems
to ensure students success at OU.
Our mission is to develop a support program that will help student participants to
build upon past successes and turn weaknesses into strengths. We want to ensure that
you have the support, direction and guidance needed to achieve your academic goals.
To apply for consideration to the Oakland University HTech program, please complete
the survey here.
Michigan-Connect (M-Connect) - A program specifically designed for participating community colleges, including OCC.
By attending OCC for two years and meeting specific requirements, students will be
considered for admission to one of thirteen undergraduate schools and colleges at
the University of Michigan. For more information on this opportunity please contact
your nearest Counseling Office.
Michigan Public Universities - Free Tuition Programs - The 15 public universities in Michigan are committed to
providing a quality education at an affordable price. Many universities now offer
free tuition programs for some of our state’s students with the highest need. Each
program has additional restrictions and/or requirements not listed here. Please check
with each campus for full details.
Northwestern Michigan College’s Great Lakes Maritime Academy (GLMA)
Students are prepared for the challenge of operating commercial ships on the Great
Lakes and oceans as merchant marine officers. Transfer from OCC after one year to
GLMA to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree in Maritime Technology – Engineering Officers program. Secure a merchant marine officer's license and an associate degree from OCC via reverse
transfer, all within three years.
Pharmacy Community College Connect: The University of Michigan College of Pharmacy is excited to announce a new program
for students interested in a exploring a career in pharmacy. Pharmacy Community College
Connect (PC3) is for students from tribal and community colleges who know they want
to go into pharmacy or who want to see if a career in pharmacy is right for them.
The program will be held May 27-August 5, 2023.
As a participant in PC3, students will be on the University of Michigan's Ann Arbor
campus for 10 weeks during the summer. PC3 offers:
• Free on-campus housing
• Stipend of $6,000
• Academic advising
• Peer-to-peer mentoring
• Job shadowing and career exploration
• Student-led academic coursework
• …and more fun activities with your cohort!
The Student Transition Enrichment Program, commonly referred to as STEP, is a KCP grant-funded program designed to support
first-generation and/or Pell Grant-eligible transfer students in their transition
from a community or tribal college to Central Michigan University. We invite you to
learn more about the program by exploring our website and contacting our main office
located in the Bovee University Center between 8 am and 5 pm, Monday through Friday.
Transfer Bridges to the University of Michigan is a program for students at Michigan community colleges
who want to study for two years at their local community college and then transfer
to U-M Ann Arbor’s College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA) to complete
their bachelor’s degree.
Walsh Now | A concurrent enrollment opportunity between Walsh College and OCC.