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1998 Campus Events

Trustees Approve Record Number of Grads, Raise Pay of Staff
The Owens Community College Board of Trustees met Tuesday at the College's Toledo-area Campus approving the largest Fall graduating class in the College's 33-year history. The 407 graduates will receive their degrees during the College's Fall Commencement on Thursday, December 17 at 7 p.m...

Owens Findlay Campus Expands Services and Commitment to Community
FINDLAY -_Reinforcing its commitment to serve Hancock County and the surrounding area, Owens Community College is opening a second facility at 1200 Commerce Parkway for the Findlay Campus Center for Development and Training (CDT)...

Unusual Steel Teaching Sculpture Benefits Owens Engineering Technology Students
A 31/2 ton abstract steel teaching sculpture - that is useful as well as artful - now stands on the Toledo-area Campus of Owens Community College in front of the Engineering Technologies Building...

Student Enrollment Climbs Again for Summer Semester at Owens
Owens Community College has achieved a Summer Semester enrollment of 3,741 students, marking an 11.4 percent increase over the Summer Semester 1997 enrollment of 3,358.

Owens President Hosts Community Appreciation Breakfast
More than 420 area community and business leaders recently attended the annual "Community Appreciation Breakfast" hosted by Daniel H. Brown, President of Owens Community College...

Trustees Approve Largest Graduating Class in History
Owens Community College President Daniel H. Brown announced the largest graduating class in the College's history today during a meeting of the College's Board of Trustees...

Owens Trustees' Merit Scholarships Awarded to 42 High School Students
The Owens Community College Board of Trustees awarded more than $80,000 in scholarships to 42 high school students today during a meeting at the College's Toledo-area Campus...

Owens Offering College Credit to Students in Wood County Sheriff's Academy
Students in the Wood County Sheriff's Academy will be receiving college credit for their criminal justice training through an agreement among the sheriff's office, Owens Community College and the Buckeye State Sheriffs' Association...

Trustees Announce Major Scholarship Program
Thousands of dollars in new scholarships for area high school graduates were announced today by the Owens Community College Board of Trustees...


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