7777 S May Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73159-9987
Accrediting Agency:North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
Oklahoma City Community College is a public two-year institution located in the state’s capital city. The school was originally established in 1972 as South Oklahoma City Junior College, but became known by its current name in 1983. Today, the school has an enrollment of more than 14,000 students. Certificate and associate degree programs are available in technical and liberal arts areas. Select online courses are also offered to serve the educational needs of working adults and non-traditional students.
Whether students are looking to directly enter the workforce or eventually transfer to a four-year institution, they will find a number of options through Oklahoma City Community College. Available majors include accounting, business, computer science, journalism, psychology, nursing, physical therapy assisting, pre-engineering, pre-medicine, pre-pharmacy, surgical technology, and web design and development, to name a few. For students interested in the flexibility that online courses provide, a number of individual classes are available through the school’s distance learning platform. These include subjects such as accounting, allied health, art, biological science, communications, humanities, mathematics, nursing, and sociology.
Oklahoma City Community College has been accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools since 1977. Their programs in occupational therapy assisting, physical therapy assisting, and nursing have also earned specialized accreditation.
Interested students can submit their application online along with a $25 fee. There is also a downloadable version of the application available if students prefer to submit their application by mail. In addition to the application form, official high school transcripts and ACT or SAT scores are required for first-time freshman. Students with existing college credits should be prepared to submit their college transcripts. The school has an open admissions policy, but it is important to note that some programs may have their own admissions standards in place. For more information about the admissions and enrollment process, please visit the OCCC website.