IMPORTANT NOTICE: AS THE PANDEMIC ENDS, WE WILL OFFER OUR STUDENTS FACE-TO-FACE AND REMOTE LEARNING OPTIONS. ALL STUDENTS MUST ATTEND A TWO-DAY IN-PERSON NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION BEFORE ATTENDING CLASS.
How to Enroll in a Class
- Please review the Site Schedule and the types of classes we offer below.
- Each section has information about the class and a schedule of dates and times.
- Please fill out the Student Registration and Release of Information Form.
- Pay close attention to the questions marked with asterisks (If those questions are left blank, you will not be able to submit the forms).
- To sign your name, use the mouse, your finger, or a stylus.
- Hit the Submit button. If you’ve left any questions with asterisks blank, OnBase will not accept the form.
- After submitting the forms, someone from our office will contact you to schedule a required New Student Orientation.
You will need Wi-Fi, an Internet-connectable device and a Gmail account to participate in online education (instructions on obtaining a Gmail account are listed below).
Tuition-Free Classes for your Success!
Owens College and Career Readiness Center (CCRC) provides Tuition-FREE services for individuals* who need assistance acquiring the skills to be successful in life, post-secondary education and training, and employment.
Services available in the Toledo and Findlay areas:
- Basic math, reading and writing skills
- Adult Basic Education/High School Equivalency (HSE – Formerly GED)
- English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) ***
- College Entrance Exam Preparation Course (CPC) **
- Distance Education
- Transition services for employment and post-secondary
- Life skills, employability skills, and computer literacy
- Workplace Literacy to increase the productivity of the workforce
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Classes ***
This class is for non-native English-speaking students who desire to improve their speaking/listening or reading/writing skills in the English Language. Students will also have the opportunity to learn culture and citizenship skills.
The Advanced ESOL class is for higher-level non-native English speakers with a desire to take college classes here at Owens or preparing to start a career. ASPIRE placement testing is required.
High School Equivalency (HSE – Formerly GED) Classes
This class is for adults wanting to obtain an HSE diploma. CCR courses provide free instruction at the learner’s pace.
College Preparation Course (CPC)
Providing a bridge to college enrollment by teaching the basic skills that will lead to higher placement scores.
CPC Orientation and Class Schedule >>
Justin Heath Huber
Program Director, Owens CCR
Office Manager, Owens CCR
Transitions Coordinator, Owens CCR
Please be advised that the CCR Office, in addition to ALL CCR classes (GED/HSE, ESOL, CPC), at ALL locations will be closed and not in session on days the College itself is closed. This includes winter and spring breaks, College holidays, and any other unexpected closures due to weather or other incidents. See the academic calendar for dates.
We look forward to helping you attain your goals!
Please call Monday-Friday 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
(567) 661-2CCR (2227)
Walk-in information available in Founders Hall, Room 1121
Monday-Thursday 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Or email email@example.com
*OWENS FACULTY AND STAFF BE ADVISED*
All in-person CCR classes AND orientations (GED, ESOL, CPC) are held on the Toledo-area Campus of Owens Community College in FOUNDERS HALL (specific room numbers will differ depending on date and class).
* Individuals between the ages of 16-18 must provide either an official withdrawal from compulsory education from the last school attended on official school letterhead signed by the superintendent or designee or provide written evidence of a high school credential before enrolling in an Owens Aspire CCRC class.
** A referral form from an Owens Community College advisor is required before registration
*** according to federal law, services and instruction may not be provided to Limited English Proficient students in the United States with F-1 visas. For students interested in Advanced ESOL, ASPIRE placement test is required. Lower-level students may enroll in regular ESOL classes.
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