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Opportunities in health care careers are growing rapidly. Don’t miss your chance to join an exciting profession by attending a free information session.

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Visiting Oakton is a great way to see why Oakton is right for you.

Follow these steps to attend Oakton

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The admission process varies if you are enrolling in a health career program, or applying as an international or concurrent student.

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Send your official high school or GED transcript, as well as official transcripts from all colleges previously attended.

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In today’s high-pressure world, you need an education that prepares you to face the future with both skills and practical know-how. That’s why Oakton’s 80 areas of study teach not only theories, but also how to apply them. Our stellar faculty combine impressive academic credentials with real-world experience. Whether your focus is business or science, sociology or nursing, an Oakton education will prepare you for a relevant—and successful—future.

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Take a quick look at what our students are up to and how our alumni are succeeding. Or get to know our ingenious faculty and staff.

Student Profile

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No one expected Jesus Vallejo to achieve great things until one day he decided he would study hard and transform his life.

Alumni Profile

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Paul Johnson developed a passion for psychology at Oakton. Now he wears two hats - Professor of student development and Professor of psychology.

Faculty Profile

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Joe Kotowski’s passion for the classroom stems from his family lineage.

Staff Profile

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There’s no height that Cliff Casey, manager of Advising Services, won’t scale – for himself or for Oakton students.