Student Support Services
Are you a first-year college student? Unsure about what it takes to be successful? Do you need assistance getting around campus? Our Student Support Services can help.
Find out what you need to know about disability services in college.
Our approach to your safety is ongoing and dynamic - see how we keep OCTC campuses, and you, safe.
Career Services - ELC
We offer a range of resources and events through the Experiential Learning Center (ELC) to help you choose a career, find a job, and develop skills for lifelong success.
Dar-Nek Family Development Center: an on campus childcare facility.
If you have a concern or complaint, ask to speak with a supervisor or submit your feedback online. We can’t help if we don’t know—and we want to help.
Counseling & Mental Health Resources
Students utilizing the Counseling Center have a broad spectrum of counseling needs. Each is worthy of respectful, professional counseling assistance.
Our diverse student body means you'll have a culturally enriching experience.
Online Student Resources
If you've never taken an online class, or if you're looking for some tips and tricks to keep you on track, you'll find resources to help you here.
Ready to Work
The program can help those who qualify earn an education that will put them to work.
Learn about Title IX: a federal law that requires sex equity and nondiscrimination in all areas of the college.
TRIO Support Services
The TRIO program offers academic and personal support for students with disabilities, those who are first-generation college students, or individuals who are income eligible.
OCTC is here to help military service members, veterans and their families.