Enrollment fees are due at the time of registration. Therefore,
if you need financial assistance, you should apply for Financial Aid as soon as possible.
OCC does not defer enrollment fees for pending financial aid or financial hardships. It is the students responsibility to submit all forms and documents to complete his/her financial aid file in a timely manner for award disbursement. Failure to do so, may result in courses being dropped for non-payment. (see
Students are responsible for verifying all fee balances and registration prior to the start of the term. View your account on MyOCC to confirm receipt of payment and registration (print a
Student Class Program—on the Student tab under Other Resources) . Please make sure to drop any classes that you do not plan to attend and/or pay all fees dues in order to avoid a hold being placed on your record. If you have any questions about your fee balance, please contact (714) 432-5072. Unpaid fees will be forwarded to collection and a $25.00 collection fee will be added to the account.
NOTE: It his highly recommended that students use
Google Chrome as their browser when making payments on the student portal. Safari is not recommended.
$46 per unit
$21 (Fall and Spring)
College Service Charge**
$21 (Fall and Spring)
Note: Effective Spring 2020, the College Service Charge will increase to $24, and effective Fall 2020 it will increase to $26. It will remain at $15 for Summer sessions.
|Student Representation Fee***||$2|
Non Resident Tuition
$265 per unit in addition to the enrollment fee listed above
Note: Effective Summer 2020, the Non Resident Tuition will increase to $290 per unit in addition to the per unit enrollment fee listed above.
|Non Resident Capital Outlay|
$11 per unit in addition to the per unit enrollment fee and Non Resident Tuition listed above (effective Summer 2019 through Spring 2020)
$10 per unit in addition to the per unit enrollment fee and Non Resident Tuition listed above (effective Summer 2020 through Spring 2021)
Student Health Center services include no-cost visits with doctors, registered nurses, and the mental health team, in addition to other services at reduced rates.
The Health Fee must be paid to be eligible for health services provided by the Health Center. The student health service fee is mandated unless students present a waiver prior to registration.
Those eligible for a waiver are:
- Students who depend solely on prayer for healing in accordance with the teachings of a bona fide religious sect, denomination, or organization. For more information call (714) 432-5808.
- Students enrolled in courses of less than two weeks duration.
- Students enrolled in non-credit courses (non-credit courses are not the same as courses taken for credit/no-credit).
- Students only enrolled in study abroad programs.
For information and/or waiver contact the Health Center. You may contact (714) 432-5808 or e-mail Michelle Auduong at
or Kelly Daly at
Duplicate Health Fee Refund:
Students enrolled at more than college within the Coast District (OCC GWC CCC) may request a refund of the duplicate health fee that was paid at the college at which they do not wish to receive health services. The health fee must be paid at all colleges and then refunded upon request. Refund requests may be made during the third week of the semester in which a student is enrolled. To request a refund visit the Health Center Office.
**College Service Charge
The college services charge provides services and benefits, e.g., the Library, Computer Lab, Bookstore buyback, Cinema discounts, free tutoring, interest-free emergency loans, student activities, and legal advice.
College Service Charge must be paid in order to receive these services.
College Service Charge Waiver:
Students may present their request to waive the College Service Charge, prior to registration, by contacting the Student Services Office. The College Service Charge Waiver must be submitted prior to the earliest refund deadline for the students enrolled classes. You may contact the Student Services office by email at email@example.com
or telephone at (714) 432-5730.
***Student Representation Fee
All students who register on or after January 1, 2020 are charged the
Student Representation Fee. Each fee collected is divided between the Associated Students of Orange Coast College (ASOCC) and the recognized statewide community college student organization, Student Senate of the California Community Colleges (SSCCC) to provide support for governmental affairs representatives from the two organizations who may be stating their positions and viewpoints before city, county, state and/or federal government. The Student Representation Fee cannot be used to support individual candidates or campaigns.
Student Representation Fee Waiver:
Students have the right to waive this fee by submitting a request to the Enrollment Center. The
Student Representation Fee Waiver Form must be submitted prior to the earliest refund deadline for the student’s enrolled classes. For questions about the waiver, contact the Enrollment Center by email at
firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone at (714) 432-5072.
For specific information about parking and parking fees, please visit the
Parking & Traffic page. Purchase Parking Decal - Online-Click Here
Students that do not meet the requirements for in-state tuition are subject to pay additional Non-Resident fees. For specific information about qualifying for in-state tuition contact the Residency Specialist @
Student Account Request
Students may establish an account with our Bursar's Office. Funds deposited in this account can be used to pay registration fees, purchase textbooks, and buy food on campus. If you're interested in opening a student account, you can download the
Student Account Request Form then submit it to the Orange Coast College Bursar's Office. You may mail the form to Orange Coast College, Attn: Bursar's Office, PO Box 5005, Costa Mesa, CA 92628-5005 OR fax the form to (714) 432-5533. This option is NOT for students with scholarships. For more information, please call (714) 432-5599 and select option #2.
If you are in the United States on a visa, the type of visa, date of issuance and date of expiration are required to determine residence status. International students seeking an I-20 for an F-1 visa must apply through the
Global Engagement Center.
Fees are subject to change without notice.
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CASHNET Payment Portal
We are pleased to announce that the Coast Community College District (CCCD) now using Cashnet® Payment Solutions, as our new Full Service Payment Plan (FSPP).
Cashnet FSPP offers these great features:
- An installment plan with monthly payments (2 for Summer, 3 for Fall and Spring) to cover current term balances. A minimum balance of $150 is needed to qualify.
- A one-time enrollment fee.
- A simple enrollment process.
- Convenient electronic payments.
- Easy access to manage your payment plan online.
Get started today:
- Login at
CASHNET payment portal
- If it is your first time to sign-up for a payment plan, click on "New? Create an account".
- Verify that you are an OCC student, provide the required information, and click Continue.
- Questions? Contact Cashnet at (877) 821-0625