Financial Aid Information
The Financial Aid Office is happy to provide you with necessary financial aid information and applications. Get started now!
FAFSA Student Loan Video library
FAFSA Student Loan videos offer step-by-step instructions on filling out the FAFSA, the basics of credit, and calculating your student loan payments. A free FAFSA online application is available on the FAFSA web site http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/.
FAFSA tutorial video in english and spanish
This video guides you through the completion of your FAFSA or Renewal FAFSA form.
This brief podcast will provide the basic steps needed to complete the FAFSA, including tips from experts on how to get a jumpstart on the financial aid process.
How much debt can I afford for my dreams?
After obtaining a considerable student loan debt, are you wondering how much you can afford in terms of a home or new car? Having trouble with credit card debt, or curious about private student loans? Check out this informative video.
Net Price Calculator
The net price calculator is a tool for students and parents to use to get the estimate of what it may cost to attend OCC each year. It is important for you to understand that the information you receive from the calculator is a broad estimate. Many factors come into play when we award financial aid to students including, but not limited to: deadlines, levels of funding, grade levels, and academics. It is also important to note that the net price calculator does not incorporate Federal Stafford Loans into its financial aid calculations. Students who file a FAFSA are eligible for low interest, deferred loans through the Federal Direct Lending Program. The loan amounts students are offered vary based on a student's dependency status and grade level in school.
How much will my student loan payments be?
Are you anxious to see a picture of what your actual repayment may look like after the completion of college or graduate school? We've worked out all the math for you on this simple-to-understand presentation. We also discuss repayment strategies you may want to consider when borrowing for your education.
Visit the FAFSA web site http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/ for a free FAFSA online application.