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What's the Difference between Advising and Oserve?

Why Visit Oserve:

  • Learn more about financial aid and your eligibility
  • Discuss payment options, due dates, and refund options
  • Review drop and refund deadlines and receive registration support
  • Obtain additional support related to your Student Account

Visit the Oserve FAQs for information regarding transcript requests, financial aid book vouchers, and FAFSA.

Contact Oserve at (567) 661-7378 or email oserve@owens.edu from your Omail account.

Why Visit Advising:

  • Get assistance with setting career goals or choosing a major
  • Select classes for the upcoming semester or develop an academic plan
  • Receive information about the selective health admissions process
  • Speak with someone about the resources on campus
  • Answer questions about policies and procedures at the College
  • Receive guidance on preparing and applying for graduation

To find your advisor's name and contact information, log into Ozone and go to the Academic Profile section of the My Ozone tab.

To make an appointment with your advisor, call:

  • Toledo-area Campus: (567) 661-2387
  • Findlay-area Campus: (567) 429-3509
  • Downtown Learning Center: (567) 661-2732

Ozone

You can find many of the resources necessary to check your progress in your Ozone account, such as your class schedule, transcripts, Financial Aid account and more!

Academic Advising Syllabus

What is it? The Academic Advising Syllabus is a tool that allows academic advisors and the Office of Student Development to outline the shared responsibilities and experiences for advisors and advisees. It is similar to a class syllabus and uses many of the same headings.

Why do we use an Advising Syllabus? The syllabus allows us to communicate shared responsibilities and important information regarding advising to our students. The syllabus produces action and encourages critical thinking on the part of students and advisors.

How can a student use the syllabus? Think of the syllabus as a guide to advising services that encourages shared responsibility. It contains valuable information to assure that your college experience is smooth and that you are well-informed.

Academic Planning

Academic Planning Worksheet -- a tool to help you look ahead toward the requirements in your major and for graduation. The worksheets are designed to be used in conjunction with other resources and, of course, advisors. Bring your worksheet with you whenever you meet with an advisor.

Credit Hour Recommendations

A full-time student is someone who is taking at least 12 credit hours in a semester.

  • Taking 12 credit hours is considered full-time
  • Students taking up to 18 credit hours may web register online
  • Taking 19 to 20 credit hours requires an advisor's approval
  • Taking 21 or more requires the dean's approval
  • For every hour a student is in class, plan for at least 2 hours of study time per week. For example: If a student is in a 3 credit hour class, he/she should plan to spend at least 6 hours per week studying for this class.

Graduation Application

Go to our Graduation Services webpage for helpful information.


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