As a new Owens student, you must attend New Student Orientation. New Student Orientation is an opportunity for you to visit campus, talk with Owens staff, and learn about the offices that will aid you in your educational journey. Sessions last approximately 3 hours.
New Student Orientation is required of all new, degree and certificate seeking students.
If you are a transfer student, you must successfully transfer nine (9) credit hours to Owens to be exempt from orientation.
If you are a guest or transient student, you may not be required to attend New Student Orientation. If you have questions, please contact your academic advisor.
Orientation is for the student only. No family members, friends, or guests may attend the session.
If you have a disability and need accommodations or adaptions, please contact the Office of Disability Services at (567) 661-7007 to make arrangements prior to signing up for orientation.
Please note: after you register for courses, the NSO fee will be assessed to your student account. For more information on tuition and fees, click here.
Please be sure you have completed the following before attending orientation:
Please check in at your respective location:
Click here to view orientation sessions available.
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Click here if you are currently in high school or a recent high school graduate to attend a Registration Rocks session.
Click here to sign up for a New Student Orientation session.
* If you need information about COMPASS or ACT testing, contact Owens Testing Services at (567) 661-TEST (8378). Information is also available about preparation for the COMPASS with free workshops and/or classes.