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How much is my bill? When is it due? How can I pay?

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Last updated: 02 Dec, 2015
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January 4, 2016 is the due date for Spring 2016 tuition.

Owens Community College does NOT send paper bills.  You must check your Ozone account, under “Account Summary by Term” to view your semester balance.

 By the semester due date students must be paid in full, have a Deferred Payment Plan in place and make the first payment, turn in all materials needed for Third Party Billing, or have financial aid in place and pay any remaining balance that aid will not cover.

You may pay your bill 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, using a credit card or electronic check through your Ozone account. From the Ozone home page, click the Financial Info tab. In the Account Information section, select the on Pay Online link then click Make Payment. Select the semester in which you would like to make a payment and follow the prompts to complete the payment. This is the fastest and most secure way of making a payment.  Please note that there will be a 2.75% non-refundable service fee charged on any credit/debit card transaction. Payments made by e-check from a checking or savings account are not subject to a service fee.

 If you are using cash or money order, you may place a payment in the secure payment drop box on either the Toledo or Findlay campus.  In Toledo the payment drop box is located in the hallway, across from the Oserve office, College Hall 152.  In Findlay, the payment drop box is located near the exit of the bookstore, in the Atrium.  Please use a ‘payment envelope’ when making your payment.

Students who do not have a payment method in place or are not paid in full by the semester due date are subject to being dropped from their semester classes and must go through the Re Admission process, and pay a $50 non-refundable fee, to be re enrolled.

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