Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Who can help me with the noncredit application?
The Adult Education
Office can help you with the noncredit application and assist with related
questions. Assistance in Spanish, Vietnamese, and Russian is available. You can visit or call the office. The Adult Education Office at OCC
is located in Classroom & Labs Building, Room 117 (Building #150 on map.)
You can call the office at (714) 432-6897.
How do I enroll in noncredit classes?
Once your application
is processed, you will receive an acceptance email (to the email you provided on your application) with information about how
to register for noncredit classes. Please follow the instructions in the acceptance
If you would like
assistance with the application or registration process, please contact the
Adult Education Office.
Do I have to pay for noncredit classes?
Students do not pay
enrollment or other fees for noncredit classes, but are responsible for
textbooks and class materials fees, if any are required for the class. Students
must also pay for on-campus parking.
How do I know if a class is noncredit or credit?
Noncredit classes have
zero units. Credit classes have units associated with them. You can view the
unit(s) of each course by reviewing the Course Catalog.
What application should I complete if I want to
enroll in noncredit and credit courses?
Students planning to
enroll in both noncredit and credit courses should complete the CCCApply application.
When will I receive my student ID?
You will receive an
email with your student ID number to the email address you provided in your
noncredit application. If you would like a student ID card, please
visit the Enrollment Center in Watson Hall at OCC. You will need to bring
a copy of your Student Class Schedule and a government-issued form of photo
identification (such as driver's license or passport.) If you have questions,
please call the Enrollment Center at (714) 432-5072.
What do I do if I forgot my username or PIN or password?
You can reset your PIN
by calling the Adult Education Office at (714) 432-6897.