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2016-2017 ASOCC Budget

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 As an Orange Coast College student, you are also a member of the Associated Students of Orange Coast College (ASOCC). That means that you benefit from the 2016-2017 ASOCC budget. Most of the ASOCC budget pays for instructionally related programs, co-curricular activities, and vital college services.
 
The ASOCC money comes from business done by the OCC Bookstore, Recycling Center and the College Services Charge, which every student is expected and encouraged to pay at registration. This money goes to support programs and services such as the tutoring and math center, performing arts, forensics, athletics, and numerous clubs and organizations.
 
Every spring the student Fiscal Affairs Committee reviews budget requests to establish priorities for financing services to Orange Coast College. The budget is given to the Vice President of Student Services for initial review. Then it is forwarded in May to the SGOCC Student Senate for final approval.
 
​Click below for the 2016-2017 ASOCC Budget

Allocations have been awarded to the following programs and services:

  • Allied Health Pinning Ceremony
  • ASOCC Program
  • Athletics
  • Career Resource Center
  • Children's Center​
  • Coast Report
  • Community Relations Senior Day BBQ
  • Campus Clubs
  • Culinary Arts Team
  • Dance Department
  • Emergency Loan Program
  • Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavillions
  • Gauardian Scholars
  • Goodwill Industries
  • Graduation/Commencement
  • High School Counselor Breakfast
  • Honors Night
  • Job Placement Center/Intership Academy
  • Kroll Scholarships
  • Photo Gallery & Student Photography Gallery
  • Public Marin Aquarium
  • Puente Project
  • Speech, Theater, and Debate Team
  • Student Activities Office Personnel
  • Student Art Project Space
  • Student Success Center
  • Study Skills & Personal Develop.Workshops
  • Transfer Day/Transfer Fairs
  • Transfer Opportunity Program (TOP)
  • Visual and Performing Arts​


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