Welcome to Owens Community College! This page contains a summary of consumer information that is available. For a printed copy of any of these disclosures, please contact the office or individual listed on that specific disclosure, or contact the Student Service Center.
Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention
Equity in Athletics Disclosure
Services for students with disabilities
Student Body Diversity
Student Records and FERPA
College Costs and Financial Aid
CARES Act and Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund
Code of Conduct for Education Loans
College Financing Plan
Credit Balance Refunds
Entrance Counseling for Student Loan Borrowers
Exit Counseling for Student Loan Borrowers
National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS)
Net Price Calculator
Paying for College
Preferred Lender List / Preferred Lender Arrangements
State Grant Assistance
Withdrawals, Refunds, and Return of Title IV Funds
The Owens catalog provides information about available academic programs.
Read our faculty credentials.
Read information regarding the complaint procedure for out-of-state online students.
Please visit the Academic Affairs website for information about accreditation.
The Student Right to Know Graduation Rates provides completion, graduation and transfer rate information regarding full-time students by gender, ethnic group, and Federal Pell Grant eligibility status.
Information about employment obtained by Owens graduates is available here.
Retention rates are available on the Student Right To Know web page.
Please visit the financial aid website for information about book vouchers.
For textbook information, please visit the Class Schedule Search and find the student’s registered courses. Click on “Find Books” to be directed to the bookstore.
The student can also access the online Follett bookstore.
The Department of Public Safety provides information regarding safety and security at Owens. Information provided on the website includes the following:
All colleges report crime statistics to the U.S. Department of Education. This information is available at https://ope.ed.gov/campussafety/#/.
College Navigator provides information about schools which includes costs, financial aid, enrollment, and other information. Owens Community College information can be found on the U.S. Department of Education’s College Navigator site.
Per College policy, Owens is a drug-free school. Information about Campus Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention and Education is available at the following locations:
- Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program (DAAPP)
- DAAPP Biennial Review Report
- Annual Security Report published by the Department of Public Safety
- Campus Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention and Education webpage
- Alcohol and Drugs webpage
Additional information regarding sanctions, health risks, and assistance programs can be found in the Student Code of Conduct.
Participation rates, financial support and other information about athletic programs is available in the Equity in Athletics Disclosure.
The Responsible Computing Policy provides information regarding acceptable computer use.
Unauthorized distribution of copyrighted material, including unauthorized peer-to-peer file sharing, is prohibited, may be subject civil and criminal liabilities, and is subject to the disciplinary actions listed in the Student Code of Conduct. View legal alternatives for accessing copyrighted material.
Read information regarding unauthorized distribution of copyright material, unauthorized peer-to-peer file sharing, and the penalties of violating federal copyright laws.
The Office of Disability Services website contains information about services and facilities available to students with disabilities.
Visit our Student Body Diversity page for more information.
The Annual Notice to Students regarding the Family Education Rights & Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) explains the student’s rights related to his/her student education records, including disclosure of information and directory information.
Owens Community College does not currently have a vaccination policy.
Voter registration information is available at MyOhioVote.com.
Find information about the CARES Act at Owens.
Please visit the Tuition & Fees website for information about tuition, fees, and additional costs.
The College Financing Plan provides a summary of a student’s financial aid in a standardized format so that students may compare costs and financial aid at various colleges and universities. Students who have applied for financial aid can view their College Financing Plan in Ozone by clicking on the Financial Aid link, then clicking on College Financing Plan. View an example of the College Financing Plan for an independent student with an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) of zero.
The College Scorecard provides information about a college’s affordability.
Credit balances are refunded to students based on their refund preference with BankMobile, who is the College’s contractor for refund processing. Review the contract between BankMobile Disbursements and Owens Community College.
Federal student loan borrowers can complete Entrance Counseling at StudentAid.gov.
Federal student loan borrowers can complete Exit Counseling at StudentAid.gov.
For assistance with financial aid questions, please contact the Student Service Center.
Owens offers a variety of financial aid programs to assist the student. Please refer to the links on the left for information about the types of aid available, terms and conditions, eligibility requirements, and disbursement information.
Federal student loan information is reported to the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS). This information can be viewed by schools, lenders, and guarantors who are authorized users of NSLDS.
The Owens Net Price Calculator can assist you with planning for college costs.
The Consumer Finance Protection Bureau’s Paying for College website provides information about paying for college and a tool to compare financial aid offers.
Owens Community College does not have a preferred lender list or preferred lender arrangements.
Information about refunds is available at our Payments and Refunds webpage.
Students receiving federal financial aid may be subject to the Return of Title IV Funds policy.