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document Explanation of the Terms used on a Student's Class Schedule.
Explanation of Schedule Terms: P/T - Parts of Term defines: number of weeks of the course, beginning and ending dates of course, and last day to add and drop courses (view parts of term schedule below). CRN - Course Reference Number SUBJ - Course Subject: Eng -...
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document How do I apply to Owens Community College?
You can apply online at www.owens.edu and click on Apply Today!
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document I have applied to Owens. What are my next steps to enrolling?
As a new student, you should submit your official high school and/or GED transcript to Owens along with all official college transcripts. If you are a degree or certificate-seeking student with less than 9 credit hours of transferable college course work, then you must also sign up online and...
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document Where do I mail my transcripts?
Transcripts can be mailed to: Owens Community College Records Office PO Box 10,000 Toledo, OH 43699-1947
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document Do I need to submit an ACT or SAT score as part of the application process?
Owens does not require SAT or ACT test scores except for certain selective admission programs. However, if you have taken the ACT and the scores are within the last two years, you may submit them to the college where they can be used for placement into reading, writing, and math classes. If you do...
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document Does Owens offer the ACT test?
Yes, Owens does offer the residual ACT test, but these scores can only be used at Owens Community College. For more information about the residual ACT, please contact Testing Services at 567-661-8378. Owens also serves as a site for the national ACT. For more information about this, please visit...
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document Do I need to take the placement test?
If you have not taken the ACT test within the last two years, you will be required to take the ACCUPLACER placement test. If your ACT scores do not place you at college level, you may also want to take ACCUPLACER. The placement scores will determine which reading, writing and math courses you will...
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document If I have a disability, can I receive accommodations for my placement testing?
If you have a qualifying disability, you may be eligible to receive testing accommodations, auxiliary aids and/or services to ensure equal educational opportunity. Please contact Disability Services at 567-661-7007 to discuss testing options if you have a disability.
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document Should I attend New Student Orientation if I was a student at Owens in the past?
If you are not a new student to Owens, you are not required to attend New Student Orientation (NSO) but you can choose to attend. There have been quite a few significant changes at the college, and you may benefit from hearing about the current policies, procedures, and services at the college....
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document How can I learn more about New Student Orientation?
New Student Orientation (NSO) is a required program for all first-time degree or certificate-seeking students at Owens Community College who are new to Owens and have less than 9 successfully completed transfer hours. In order to participate in New Student Orientation, you must have completed an...
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