Below are some of the many resources and services available to assist students in being successful at Occidental College.
Stay current on the important events and deadlines for the academic year.
The program assists students on academic probation by connecting them to resources and helping them to create a plan for academic success.
The Care Team is a cross-disciplinary group of experts and professionals who work to support the well-being and success of Oxy students by identifying individual students-of-concern.
How to Make a Complaint?
Any student who is dissatisfied with a campus policy or the conduct of a College employee or other member of the community is encouraged to direct their complaint to the appropriate College representative.
Navigating Oxy Guide
Are you new to Oxy and looking for practical tips to help you make the adjustment? We've got you covered.
Parents and Families
Parents and families play an important role in the lives of Oxy students. This site will provide the resources you need to stay connected with your student while they are at Oxy.
Student Emergency Loans
To apply for an emergency student loan, please click the above link. The maximum amount you can be approved for during any semester is $500 and it will be applied to your student account. Please contact the Dean of Students office for additional information at (323) 259-2661.
To understand the policies and procedures relating to students, please read the Student Handbook.
Student Progress Committee
The Student Progress Committee is charged with interpreting and enforcing academic policies. Students who wish to request an exception to any academic policy may submit a Petition for Special Consideration to the Registrar.
Student Success Website
Whether you are trying to identify your intellectual and personal goals, looking to find where you belong, or encountering roadblocks in your pursuit of personal or intellectual growth, we have a wide range of resources to support you.
Transitioning to College
Understanding the rhythm of college life by Dean Flot.