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New Pirate Registration

Register for Classes Early & In-Person at New Pirate Registration

New Pirate Registration is an in-person registration event. First-time college students who completed the enrollment steps by the May 4th deadline can sign-up. 

How New Pirate Registration Works

Students will sign-up online and are encouraged to arrive on time. The event will be held at the Assessment Center. A short presentation on how to register will be given at the beginning of the event and counselors and staff will be available to assist students through the registration process.

Benefits of Attending New Pirate Registration

In college, classes fill-up! By attending New Pirate Registration students will have the opportunity to sign-up for classes a week before their original registration date/time. 

Attention Parents, Guardians, and Supporters

Join Pirates' Network, a community for those supporting their students here at OCC. Come learn about best practices and tips to support your student through their higher education journey.

New Pirate Registration sign-ups are now closed. If you were unable to sign-up, please view your registration window via your MyCoast Portal to see when you're able to register online. 

New Pirate Registration Fall 2019

Cannot Attend New Pirate Registration?

Log in to MyOCC, go to Registration > Registration Status & Checklist and then select the appropriate term. Answer all the questions and submit (this questionnaire happens every semester).

"Help! I didn't finish my steps by the deadline!" - Come to a Makeup Day Session!

If you did not complete the steps by May 4th, you will still be able to register, your registration date will most likely be around May 28th. 

Complete the steps by May 17th and attend a Make-up Day that allows you to register earlier!

Make-up Days will be held on May 20th and May 21st from 1PM - 6PM on the first floor of Watson Hall in the Assessment Center, room 110.

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