OCC Fast Facts

Since 1964, OCC has been committed to empowering our students to succeed and advancing our community. More than 1 million students have received a quality education from our expert faculty and staff. The mission continues as OCC offers more than 100 certificate and degree programs and strong partnerships with organizations from Automation Alley to Unicore and everything in between.

Overview

Founded: 1964
Chancellor: Peter M. Provenzano
Fully Accredited: Higher Learning Commission
Semesters: Fall, Winter, Summer
Clubs and Organization: 30+
Greek Life: Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society

Locations

  • Auburn Hills
  • Highland Lakes (Waterford)
  • Orchard Ridge (Farmington Hills)
  • Royal Oak
  • Southfield
  • District Office / Administration
  • Online Campus (courses, student services)

Student Enrollment

Fall 2018 Enrollment: 15,779

  • Full time (>12 credits) 29%
  • Part time (<12 credits) 71%

About 40% of students receive scholarships and grants

Nearly 17% are first in their family to attend college

Gender

  • Female: 54%
  • Male: 46%

Age

  • <18: 6%
  • 18-24: 60.9%
  • 25-34: 21%
  • 35-49: 9.1%
  • 50+: 2.9%

Average age: 24

Race

  • Caucasian: 62%
  • African American: 20%
  • Asian: 4%
  • Hispanic: 4%
  • Multi-racial: 4%
  • Other/Unknown: 6%

Geographic Distribution

  • Oakland County: 84.9%
  • Southeast Michigan (7 counties): 90.3%
  • Michigan: 97%
  • International: 2.8%

Academics

90+ programs

Degrees and Certificates awarded

#1 Transfer Institution in Michigan

Top Programs

  • Business, accounting, paralegal
  • General studies
  • Nursing and health professions
  • Science and Arts
  • Mental health, social work
  • Criminal justice and law enforcement
  • Information and computer technologies
  • Computer-aided design, robotics and skilled trade

Top Degrees

  • Associate of Arts
  • Business Administration
  • General Studies
  • Associate of Applied Science

Expert Faculty and Class Size

  • Full-time faculty: 249
  • Maximum class size: 30
  • Average class size: 20

Finances

Total operating budget (FY 19/20): $151.1M

Revenue: Tuition and Fees 27% | Property Taxes 52% | State Appropriations 14% | Grants and Other 7%

Expenses: Instruction and Support 53% | Students Services 14% | Administration 19% | Facilities 13% | Other 1%

Tuition and Fees

Contact Hour (2018-19)

  • Resident: $92 / billable contact hour
  • Non Resident: $178 / billable contact hour
  • Average cost of books and supplies (full time student, in district): $1,450

Full-time student

  • Resident: $1,104 / semester
  • Non Resident: $2,136 / semester

STUDENTS by numbers

  • Credit hours taken in 2018: 337,533
  • Unduplicated head count: 27,113
  • 43.3% male; 54.9% female (1.8% unreported)
  • 80.2% are part-time students

FACILITIES by the numbers

  • 400+ classrooms on 5 campuses
  • 500+ acres over 6 sites
  • Nearly 2.2 million square feet in facilities

Most popular PROGRAMS by the numbers

  • Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities: 42%
  • Health Professions and related programs: 17%
  • Business, Management, Marketing and related support services: 14%
  • Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, Firefighting and related protective services: 14%
  • Computer and Information Sciences and related support services: 5%

CONTACT INFORMATION

Marketing and Community Relations
Phone: 248.341.2020