First Things First
Your first step is to apply online.
If you are interested in applying for a health program, please review the selective health admissions requirements.
What Happens Next
Once you have submitted your online application and transcripts, you will:
Click on Ozone to set up personal account for billing and financial aid information, registration status, personal contact information and unofficial Owens transcripts. Your username is your full first name and full last name in lowercase:jonathon_doe. Your initial Ozone password will be these six numbers: Your 2-digit birth date, your 2-digit birth year, and the middle 2 digits of your SSN.
Password Example: click to enlarge
You will need to change your password and answer six security questions when you log in for the first time. Note: Some usernames will have a number following the last name due to multiple students having the same name. (example: jonathon_doe2).
All new students who have not taken the ACT or SAT in the past two year, or who do not have prior college credit will need to take the ACCUPLACER test to place into reading, writing, and math, or if necessary, English as a Second Language (ESL). Student with ACT or SAT scores should submit their scores to Owens for evaluation. Contact Testing Services for more information. Students who need ADA accommodations or modifications for testing should contact the Disability Resource Center.
Your advisor will help with the selection of courses for your program and help with your academic plan. They can also assist with registration issue and direct you to college resources. If you are transferring to Owens from another college, please bring your transcripts and submit official transcripts to Records.
The FAFSA is available October 1 and must be submitted as soon as possible. The Owens School code is 005753. Pay your tuition and fees – you can view your bill through your Ozone account. A variety of payment options are available. Contact Oserve for assistance.
All students need an Express ID card. The ID stations are located in Alumni Hall (Toledo), Education Center (Findlay), and at the Learning Center in Downtown Toledo. You need a state issued ID or driver’s license.