College Report Card: College Of Oceaneering

College Of Oceaneering Contact Information:

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School Name:
College Of Oceaneering
Street Address:
272 S Fries Ave Los Angeles Harbor
City, State & Zip:
Wilmington, CA 90744-639
Location On Map:

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General Phone #:
3108342501
Financial Aid Phone #:
31083425015726
Admissions Phone #:
31083425015737

College Of Oceaneering General Characteristics:

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Type of Institution:
Private not-for-profit, 2-year
General Types Of
Programs Offered:

Occupational - A program of study consisting of one or more courses, designed to provide the student with sufficient knowledge and skills to perform in a specific occupation

Academic - Instructional program leading toward an associate's, bachelor's, master's, doctor's, or first-professional degree or resulting in credits that can be applied to one of these degrees.

School Classification:
Associates Colleges
(Offers associate’s degree and certificate programs but, with few exceptions, award no baccalaureate degrees. This group includes community, junior, and technical colleges. )
School Calendar System:
Continuous - Enrolls students at any time during the academic year.
Highest Level Of Offering:
Associate's degree
Offers Undergraduate Degrees Or Certificates:

Yes
Offers Graduate Degrees:
No
Offers First-Proffesional Programs:

No
Credit Accpeted For 'Life Experiences':

No
Advanced placement (AP) Credits Accepted:

No
'Dual Credit' Accepted:
No
Federal Financial Aid Available:
Eligible students may receive federal financial aid:

Federal Pell Grant Program -
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A grant program for undergraduate students with financial need. (Close)

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG) Program -
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A Campus-Based Program that provides grant assistance to needy undergraduate students. Priority in awarding Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG) funds is given to students who have exceptional financial need and are Federal Pell grant recipients. (Close)

Federal Work-Study (FWS) Program -
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A campus-based, federally funded employment program that provides paid jobs for students with financial need. (Close)

Federal Perkins Loan Program -
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This campus-based loan program provides low-interest student loans to students with financial need. (Close)

Federal Direct Loan Program -
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A federal program in which the U.S. government (not a commercial lender) provides four types of education loans to student and parent borrowers directly through schools:

  • Federal Direct Stafford Loan (subsidized, for students)
  • Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan (for students)
  • Federal Direct PLUS Loan (for parents)
  • Federal Direct Consolidation Loan (for students and parents)

These loans are referred to collectively as Direct Loans. The same types of loans are available through the Federal Family Education Loan (FFEL) Program, but in that program, commercial lenders provide the funds to eligible students. (Close)

Federal Family Education Loan (FFEL) Program -
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A federal loan program under which commercial lenders provide education loans to student and parent borrowers. The program offers four types of loans: Federal Direct Stafford Loan (subsidized, for students), Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan (for students), Federal Direct PLUS Loan (for parents), Federal Direct Consolidation Loan (for students and parents). All of these are long-term loans insured by state or private nonprofit guaranty agencies that are reimbursed by the federal government for all or part of any insurance claims paid to lenders. This guarantee replaces the collateral or security usually required with long-term consumer loans. (The same types of loans are available through the Federal Direct Loan Program, but in that program, the U.S government provides the funds directly through schools.) (Close)

Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership (LEAP) Program -
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A Title IV gift-aid program jointly funded by the federal government and participating states. It provides state scholarship or grant assistance to students who show financial need. Formerly called the State Student Incentive Grant (SSIG) Program. (Close)

Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarship Program -
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A Title IV financial aid program that makes scholarships available to full-time postsecondary students with exceptional ability and promise. Students apply for the merit-based scholarships through their state education agencies. (Close)

Other General Characteristics:
Geographic Region: Far West
Degree Of Urbanization: Large city
Institution Does Not Have A Library
Institution Executive: KEVIN CASEY, President


College Of Oceaneering
Degrees & Certificates Offered - By Level:

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Less than one year certificate
One but less than two years certificate
Associate's degree

College Of Oceaneering
Degrees & Certificates Offered - By Award / Degree:

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The following represents degrees that were awarded by College Of Oceaneering between July 1, 2003 and June 30, 2004. Please note that the school may no longer offer any single degree program listed here and / or may offer additional new programs not shown below. Please verify with College Of Oceaneering that the program you are looking for is still available.


College Of Oceaneering Special Learning Oppertunities:

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Weekend college

College Of Oceaneering Student Services Offered:

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Academic/career counseling service
Employment services for students
Placement services for completers

College Of Oceaneering Undergraduate Financial Aid Details - Fall 2004:

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Number Of Undergraduates Receiving Any Financial Aid:


466 (69%)

Number Of Undergraduates Receiving Federal Grant Aid:

236 (35%)
Average Amount: $2385

Number Of Undergraduates Receiving State Or Local Grant Aid:

14 (2%)
Average Amount: $2011

Number Of Undergraduates Receiving Institutional Grant Aid:

7 (1%)
Average Amount: $1100

Number Of Undergraduates Receiving Loan Aid:
373 (55%)
Average Amount: $5570


College Of Oceaneering Admissions Details:

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Open Admission Policy
This institution maintains an admission policy whereby the school will accept any student who applies.

College Of Oceaneering Enrollment Information:

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Students:
293
Undergraduate Students:
293
Undergraduate Degree / Certificate Seeking Students:


293
First Time Undergraduate Degree / Certificate Seeking Students:


293
Full Time Students:
293
Full Time Undergraduate Students:

293
Full Time Undergraduate Degree / Certificate Seeking Students:


293
Full Time First Time Undergraduate Degree / Certificate Seeking Students:



293

College Of Oceaneering Accreditation:

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Accredited By A Regional Accreditation Agency:
   Western Assoc. of Schools and Colleges, Community & Jr. Colleges
Institiution is acreddited by a national or specialized accrediting agency.

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School Info:
College Type:
Private not-for-profit, 2-year
School Setting:
Large city
Calendar System:
Continuous
Enrollment:
293

Financial Info:
Application Fee:
$50
Fed. Student Aid:
Available
Room & Board:
$
O-O-S. Undergrad
Tuition & Fees:

$0
Total:
$0

Contact Info:
Street Address:
272 S Fries Ave Los Angeles Harbor
City, State & Zip:
Wilmington, CA 90744-639
General Phone #:
3108342501
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