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document I have a hold on my account, what should I do?
The steps you need to take to get the hold removed from your account depend on what type of hold it is. Her is a list of the codes identifying the holds and who to contact: AG Attorney General Hold - Please contact the Collections Department at (567) 661-7979 ...
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document I am a new college student and applicant, when should I meet with an advisor to get guidance on what classes to take?
New students to the college should meet with an academic advisor to get guidance on what classes to take for an up-coming semester after they have completed an application, have placement test scores or prior college transfer credit on file, and have attended a New Student Orientation session. You...
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document How do I apply for financial aid, and what is the Owens school code to use on the FAFSA?
If you are interested in obtaining Financial Aid to help pay for school, the first step is to visit www.fafsa.ed.gov to complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). To apply for financial aid for Summer 2017, Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 semesters, complete the 2017-2018 FAFSA using...
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document When do classes begin?
You can find out the start of each academic semester by viewing the Academic Calendar online.
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document What can I major in at Owens? What degree programs are offered?
Owens offers Associate Degrees in Art, Science, Applied Business, Applied Science, and Technical Studies with over 85 academic majors to choose from. Owens also offers short-term training and certificates in specialized areas. Click here to check out the online catalog for a complete list of...
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document What continuing education programs are offered?
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...
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document What programs are offered at the different locations: Toledo-area campus, Findlay-area campus, Maumee Learning Center, and the Learning Center in Downtown Toledo?
There are a variety of classes that are offered at all our locations. To find out what is available when and where, students should view the online class schedule and perform a search based on location.
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document How many credits do I need to be considered a part-time or full-time student
Any student taking less than full-time or 12 credit hours is considered a part-time student at the college. Any student taking between 12-16 credit hours is considered a full-time student at the college.
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document What is a credit hour?
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.
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document Does Owens Community College offer ROTC?
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...
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