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How do I sign up for New Student Orientation?

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Last updated: 19 Sep, 2012
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Click Here For New Student Orientation Session Schedule


New Student Orientation (NSO) is a required program for all first-time certificate or degree seeking students at Owens Community College who are new to Owens and have less than twelve (12) successfully completed transfer hours. (In order to participate in New Student Orientation, you must have completed an Owens Application within the last year and completed the COMPASS test or have submitted your ACT scores to Owens. If you have not yet visited campus, we encourage you to make a campus visit, for example attending an Explore Owens session.) This fun and interactive orientation is full of information that will enhance student's success here at Owens. New Student Orientation is offered at the following locations: Toledo Campus, Findlay Campus, and the Source Learning Center. If you are an Arrowhead student, please register for a session at the Toledo Campus or the Source Learning Center. A New Student Orientation Fee will be assessed after registration. Please refer to https://www.owens.edu/bursar/tuition.html for more information on all tuition and fees.

New Student Orientation is a four-hour session, so please plan accordingly.
Please arrive 15 mins early for check in.
New Student Orientation is only for the student enrolling.
No children are allowed in the session.

When you arrive for New Student Orientation, check in at the following locations:

  • Toledo Campus: College Hall 130 A
  • Findlay Campus: Information Desk in the Atrium in the Education Center
  • Source Learning Center: Front Counter

How to Prepare:

  • Bring a copy of your photo identification.
  • Know your 9-digit Owens College ID number (OCID).
  • Know your Ozone username and password.

Please click here to sign up for New Student Orientation.

For questions contact the New Student Orientation staff at (567) 661-2299 or orientation@owens.edu.

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