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Do I need to attend a New Student Orientation as part of the admission process?

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Last updated: 18 Jun, 2014
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New Student Orientation (NSO) provides students information on how to succeed at Owens.  It is a required program for all first-time certificate or degree seeking students who are new to Owens and have less than nine (9) successfully completed transfer hours on file with Owens.  Visit www.owens.edu/nso or call (567) 661-2299 to schedule your session.  Distance education (E-learning) students can take the new student orientation online through their Blackboard account.  Contact the NSO hotline at 567-661-2299 or by email at orientation@owens.edu  if you are interested in taking the Online NSO.

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