Mo Hill, Ginny Haines join community leaders at new OCC student enrollment building

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TOMS RIVER, NJ – Toms River Mayor Maurice “Mo” Hill and Councilwoman Laurie Huryk attended the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the new Student Enrollment Building at Ocean County College.A 16,000-square-foot contemporary-style building will provide a one-stop-shop for all services related to student enrollment.

Home to Enrollment Services, Student Advising, Registration and Records, and Financial Aid, the area includes new technology for student self-service, easy access to the Larson Student Center, staff offices, private interview rooms, and outdoor and overflow space with the newly renovated Conference Center.

Consolidating these departments in one location will make it easier for new students to learn about all that OCC has to offer and easier for established students to meet with advisers, check their financial records and more.

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The energy-efficient and ADA compliant building was designed by Design Resources Group Architects, AIA, Inc., and built by Catel, Inc. contractors.“While our beautiful campus closed during the pandemic in accordance with state health and safety mandates, construction continued on the new Student Enrollment Building at Ocean County College,” said OCC President Dr. Jon H. Larson.


“In the very near future, its doors will open wide, admitting new and returning students. Inside, they will find a wide array of services to help them on their educational path here and beyond. It will be our pleasure to greet and serve them!”Mayor Hill stated how he impressed he was with the new facility and wished the students and faculty the best of luck. “Every time I come to the campus at Ocean County College I am amazed at all the advances they are making. This new building is a beautiful addition to the campus and will be a great one stop shop for all to enjoy.”

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