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Ocean Corporation

Overview of Ocean Corporation

IF YOU ARE

  • Looking for a career with adventure
  • Not interested in a typical 9-5 grind
  • Wanting to adopt an in-demand skill
  • Willing to work in a hands-on career

Then you owe it to yourself and your future to look at what The Ocean Corporation has to offer!

Since first opening its doors in 1969, the Ocean Corporation’s goal has been to provide the most comprehensive, rigorous and unparalleled training to our students in order to ensure their success in both the Commercial Diving and Nondestructive Testing industries.

Train for an exciting new career in Commercial DivingUnderwater Welding or Nondestructive Testing...

IN LESS THAN EIGHT MONTHS!

The Ocean Corp has been blazing a trail in Commercial Diving and Nondestructive Testing career training. They have an unmatched record of innovation for the development of ocean technologies; read about some of the Ocean Corp’s most notable achievements at www.oceancorp.com.

population - 229 (all undergraduate)

Financial Aid Information:

Type of Aid

Percent receiving aid:

Any student financial aid 78%
Grant or scholarship aid1 60%
Federal grants 58%
Pell grants 58%
Other federal grants 40%
State/local government grant or scholarships 6%
Institutional grants or scholarships 0%
Student loan aid 71%
Federal student loans 71%
Other student loans 0%

Includes students receiving Federal work study aid and aid from other sources not listed above.

 

All Undergraduate Students:

Type of Aid

Percent receiving aid

Grant or scholarship aid1 61%
Pell grants 60%
Federal student loans 72%

 

School Information: graduation rate - 79%

 

Tuition Information:

Detailed Expenses

2016-2017

Tuition and fees $20,800
Books and supplies $200
Living arrangement Off Campus Room and board $5,363
Other $4,568
Off Campus witd Family Other $2,970

Total Expenses

2016-2017

Off Campus $30,931
Off Campus witd Family $23,970

 

Accreditation:

The Ocean Corporation is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges and is also approved and regulated by the Texas Workforce Commission.

Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2015-16, National Center for Education Statistics, https://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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