Students are not required to take a ACT or SAT test for general admission to the college, but we will accept ACT or SAT scores for academic advising and placement purposes if they are within the last two years. Most degree-seeking students to the college will take a placement test if they do not have ACT or SAT test scores on file that place them into college level classes. Selective health program evaluation does require students to have an ACT or SAT to be considered for most selective health majors. However, students don’t need to have an ACT or SAT test to be a pre-health major and begin taking general education classes or to take classes to “complete their file” for evaluation.
Orientation provides students information on how to succeed at Owens. It is highly recommended for all first-time certificate or degree seeking students who are new to Owens. Orientation is available online through your Ozone account. Visit www.owens.edu/nso or call (567) 661-7777 to schedule your session.
Orientation is available for all first-time certificate or degree seeking students at Owens Community College. Students can access orientation in their Ozone account. Orientation is also offered at both the Toledo and Findlay campuses. To schedule an orientation call (567) 661-7777 or visit owens.edu/nso.
Although Owens doesn't directly offer ROTC, there are options that provide coursework in military studies. These courses may transfer to four-year colleges and universities with Army or Air Force ROTC programs. ROTC programs prepare students to become officers in the U.S. Army or the U.S. Air Force and require a four year degree. All MLS courses meet at the University of Toledo and students should contact the ROTC program at Toledo for details. All AER courses meet at Bowling Green State University and should contact the ROTC program at Bowling Green for details.
Owens is open enrollment, meaning you are automatically accepted after filling out the Admissions Application. You will receive an email and letter with your next steps.
For more information, visit the Admissions website.
The first step for new students is to fill out an application. You then have to complete orientation, and have current test scores on file (ACT/ SAT/ Accuplacer) before scheduling a meeting with their academic advisor.
Owens Community College is an open enrollment school, meaning students are automatically accepted into the college. New students will receive an email and letter detailing their next steps and welcoming them to the college. Please note, admission into specific classes and/or programs (such as Health Programs) are selective and require additional admissions steps.
To view your next step please visit the link below.
To change your major, students will need to contact their academic advisor. Students may contact their advisor by calling 567-661-2387 or by email.
Students should contact the office of Testing Services at 567-661-TEST (8378) for assistance.
To view available programs and majors, please visit the college catalog.
New and returning students are charged a $20 fee for the application. This is assessed with the first semesters tuition.
Students need to have current test scores on file in order to take classes at Owens. We accept ACT, SAT, and Accuplacer Test scores that have been taken within the past two years.
Visit Testing Services online or contact them at 567-661-TEST (8378) for more information and hours of operation. Students who need ADA accommodations or modifications for testing should contact the Office of Disability Services a (567) 661-7007.
Students can submit their official academic transcripts or documentation to the OSERVE/Records office either in person or by mail:
Owens Community College
P.O. Box 10, 000
Toledo, OH 43699-1947
Owens offers continuing education classes, training, and certificates in a variety of areas: business, real estate, computers, skilled trades, professional development, healthcare, personal enrichment, truck driving, and many more! Contact our Workforce and Community Services division at 567-661-7357 to discuss your needs. Click here to view an online brochure.
To apply online, visit how to apply.
A credit hour is the number each course is worth and how many lecture or lab hours a week you can expect to be in class. Your major requires a certain number of hours for graduation. Credit hours are also used to determine your student status and for billing purposes.
You can find out the start of each academic semester by viewing the Academic Calendar online.
As a new student, you will attend the New Student Orientation (NSO) and then meet with your academic advisor to review your placement scores and select courses for your first semester. Most students are able to register for classes via Ozone. Students are encouraged to plan ahead and follow the On-Time Registration date listed on the following link: https://www.owens.edu/records/reg_dates.html
If you are interested in obtaining Financial Aid to help pay for school, the first step is to visit www.fafsa.gov to complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).
To apply for financial aid for Summer 2019, Fall 2019, and Spring 2020 semesters, complete the 2019-2020 FAFSA using your 2017 tax information.
To apply for financial aid for Summer 2020, Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 semesters, complete the 2020-2021 FAFSA using your 2018 tax information.
You must sign the application using your FSA ID, which can be obtained as part of the FAFSA application. Dependent students need their parent(s) tax information and both the student and at least one parent will need to sign the FAFSA by entering their FSA ID. Please do not share your FSA ID with anyone.
The Owens Community College School Code is 005753.
Enter this code when completing the FAFSA. Approximately one week after you submit a completed FAFSA, Owens will receive your information from the Department of Education.
Information regarding your financial aid is usually sent to your Owens Ozone account. For instructions on how to use the Ozone account, you can download our Guide to Online Account Information brochure.
- Log into your Ozone account.
- Click Academic Info.
- Click Add/Drop Classes.
- Select the Term and click Submit.
- Click Class Search.
- Select the Location from the drop-down menu.
- Select the Semester.
- Select the information that best describes the class you are registering for.
- Click Search.
**If you need more options, such as certain days or times, click [more options]**
- Find the class you are looking for in and click the box located above to the CRN.
- Click Add to Worksheet at the bottom of the page.
- The CRN will now appear on your Add Classes Worksheet.
- Click Submit Changes to add this class to your Current Schedule.
- This class is now listed in your Current Schedule.
- Click on the link to view your Student Detail Schedule.
- Print your schedule for your records.
- If you need to register for another term, click on the Select Term link at the bottom of the page.
The steps you need to take to have a hold removed or lifted from your account will depend on is the type of hold. Provided below is a list of the codes identifying the holds and who to contact:
Attorney General Hold - Please contact the Collections Department at (567) 661-7979
Accounts Receivable Hold - Please contact the Collections Department at (567) 661-7979
Academic Standing Hold - Please contact the Student Service Center at (567) 661-2387 to schedule an appointment to meet with your Academic Advisor.
Collections Hold - Please contact the Collections Department at (567) 661-7979
Financial Hold - Please contact the Student Service Center at (567) 661-2387 to schedule an appointment to meet with your Oserve Advocate.
International Hold - Please contact the Office of International Programs and Services at (567) 661-2773
Promissory Note Hold - Please contact the Student Service Center at (567) 661-2387 to schedule an appointment to meet with your Oserve Advocate.
Repeat Policy Hold - Academic Repeat Policy exceeded for one or more courses. Please contact the Student Service Center at (567) 661-2387 to schedule an appointment to meet with your Academic Advisor.
Student Athlete Hold - Please contact the Athletic Department at (567) 661-7393
Visa Hold - Please contact the Office of International Programs and Services at (567) 661-2773
Write-off Hold – Please contact the Collections Department at (567) 661-7979
Please visit our Tuition and Fees page for a breakdown of the tuition and fees per credit hour for the semester you are planning to attend.
If you would like to estimate your college costs, visit our Net Price Calculator!
Contact your academic advisor for more information.