Check the membership eligibility page to make sure you are eligible for an OCF account. For example, all currently-enrolled students and active student groups registered with the LEAD Center are eligible.
OCF accounts do not expire, so make sure you have not made an account in the past. If you have forgotten your account name or password, please do not request a new account. Instead, reset your password.
We recommend that you choose a professional OCF account name. It is unlikely you will be able to change your account name after your request has been processed. For group accounts, your account name must be based on your group's name.
You will be prompted to log in with CalNet. Then follow the instructions to make your request.
Feel free to contact us if you experience difficulties in the request or you have questions.
Then, wait for your account to be created. (below)
Follow this procedure to get a group account:
Request a group account online
If you are a registered student organization, have a signatory sign up using the link above. While campus remains online due to the effects of COVID-19, you can create a group account online by having a signatory register using the link above.
Otherwise, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the following information in your request:
We don't actively close accounts. You don't need to re-apply for a new account every semester, and you can still use your account after you graduate.
Because the OCF is funded by students for student use, we cater our services to students, but it doesn't mean that your OCF account stops working after you stop being a student. However, we will occasionally make changes to our services based on the needs of current students and the abilities of current OCF staff, so we can't promise all OCF account privileges and services into perpetuity.