Students who are eligible to take ENG 1510 or higher may register into any course,
provided the course prerequisites and corequisites have been satisfied.
Partial payments can be accepted online. A student not enrolled in a payment plan
for the term must pay the full amount of tuition and the student support fee by the payment deadline. Students will be dropped from courses not fully covered
by payments made on their account. Partial payments cover the student support fee,
then tuition and fees for the first registered courses, alphabetically by course name,
i.e. ACC, COM, MKT. Deregistration will occur for all students whose balance is not paid in full by the
payment due date and not enrolled in a payment plan for the term.
In the Student Account Center, students can grant access to an authorized user(s)
to make payments for their tuition and fees. Access to the Student Account Center
is from the View Account/Make a Payment link in the Students Menu after logging into
MyOCC. Students who qualify for financial assistance must obtain the appropriate documents
from the campus Financial Assistance Office.
High school dual-enrolled and other students whose financial obligations are being
met by employers or other third party sponsors must submit the appropriate documents
by the payment deadline.
Students who have failed to meet their financial obligation to the College will have
a financial hold placed on their records to prevent registration and release of their
transcript. These holds will be removed when all obligations are discharged.
Registration is blocked for students whose addresses have been questioned by the College
and have not yet been verified by the student. Also, a hold blocking registration
is routinely applied when mail issued by the College is returned as undeliverable
or when the College is notified that mail is being forwarded to a new address. It
is the responsibility of every student to ensure that the College has the student’s
current address on file. Address changes should be made with the Enrollment Services
Office on campus. Students must supply proof of residency as defined in the Residency
For additional information regarding registration for courses, visit MyOCC online.