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Start your journey at Oakton, and get a great education at a price you can afford. Oakton students choose from more than 80 degree and certificate programs and transfer to more than 650 four-year colleges and universities throughout Illinois – and beyond. Classes begin January 20, 2015. Apply and register today!

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

Follow these steps to attend Oakton

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

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

Complete Financial Aid Forms

Submit Proof of Residency

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Pay Tuition & Fees

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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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It's no surprise that Jacob Schmidt, Ecology Club president, is passionate about the outdoors.

Alumni Profile

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Who knew the sound of saws could spark such excitement? Andrea Skrzypek recalls the day she found “her people.”

Faculty Profile

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English lecturer Mike Davros is a firm believer in remembering our roots.

Staff Profile

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Krissie Harris once wanted to own a construction business. Now she is building positive relationships with students.