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document What is the Owens Alert System?
The Owens Alert System is designed to keep our students, employees and visitors safe and informed. Program enrollees will automatically be able to receive notices by phone, email and text message when the College or your individual campus is closed because of inclement weather or emergencies. ...
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document I am trying to set up my e-mail on my mobile device. What are the settings for the Incoming/Outgoing mail server?
The majority of students will not need these settings to set up Omail+ on a mobile device. Our student e-mail (Omail+) is through Google, so it is a Gmail account. To add it to your mobile device, download the Gmail application and fill in the required information. If you are unable to use...
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document What if English is not my primary language?
Students for whom English is not their primary language may need to take the placement ESL test. If you are a student with a non-immigrant visa, contact International Programs and Services for more information at (567) 661-2773 or visit online at www.owens.edu/international. If you are a citizen...
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document What should I bring the day of my CLEP test?
Bring a valid picture ID Credit or debit card for payment of the $25.00 administration fee. CLEP Ticket ID Online calculators are provided for these exams. Candidates CANNOT use their own calculators. The Testing Center provides scratch paper
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document Are College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) tests offered at the Toledo-area and Findlay-are Testing Centers?
Yes. College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) tests are available at the Toledo-area Testing Center on Fridays and on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at the Findlay-area Testing Center. After purchasing your CLEP test at https://clepportal.collegeboard.org/myaccount, contact Testing Services at...
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document How much does the CLEP test cost?
Each CLEP test is $87.00. Students purchase their CLEP test at https://clepportal.collegeboard.org/myaccount. After purchasing the CLEP test, please contact Testing Services at (567) 661-8378 to schedule your test appointment. There is a $25.00 non-refundable test administration fee payable online...
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document Are National Testing Network (NTN) exams proctored at the Toledo-area and Findlay-area Testing Centers?
No. The National Testing Network (NTN) exams are not proctored at the Toledo-area and Findlay-area Testing Centers. Please contact the Workforce and Community Services Office at (567) 661-7357 for more information about NTN exams.
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document Are Castle Worldwide exams proctored by Testing Services?
Yes, certified Castle Worldwide exams are proctored at the Toledo-area Testing Center on Wednesdays. All registration, scheduling, and payment information must be done through Castle Worldwide via their website at http://www.castleworldwide.com/cww/take-a-test/
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document Are Pearson Vue exams proctored by Testing Services?
Yes, all certified Pearson Vue exams are proctored by Testing Services. These are done on both the Toledo-area and Findlay-area campuses. All registration, scheduling, and payment information must be done through Pearson Vue via their website at https://home.pearsonvue.com/
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document How do I apply and pay for a proficiency exam?
To apply for a proficiency examination please contact Testing Services by calling (567) 661-8378 or by stopping into one of the Testing Centers on the Findlay-area and Toledo-area campuses. A Testing Specialist will determine a student's eligibility for a proficiency exam. After the test has been...
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document What should I bring on the day of the proficiency test?
You must present a valid, photo ID. Some proficiency exams allow you to use a calculator. All other items must be placed into a locker, which we will provide. Please familiarize yourself with the rules of the Testing Center prior to your arrival.
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document Where do I take the proficiency exam?
Proficiency exams are administered at the Toledo-area or Findlay-area Testing Centers. Please call Testing Services at (567) 661-8378 to schedule your proficiency exam and location. Toledo Testing Services College Hall, Room 128 30335 Oregon Rd., Perrysburg, OH, 43551 Findlay Campus ...
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document When can I take the proficiency exam?
Students can call Testing Services at (567) 661-8378 or stop by the Toledo-area or Findlay-area Testing Centers to schedule an appointment for their proficiency exam. Proficiency exams can be administered at the Toledo-area and Findlay-area Testing Centers during business hours.
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document What do I need to know about test day for the ACCUPLACER test?
You must bring a valid, government issued photo ID, such as a driver’s license, state identification card, or passport. It is also helpful to either know or have your OCID number if you have already completed an admission application. You may not bring a personal calculator. A calculator is...
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document What if I have not earned my high school diploma or GED?
If you have not earned a high school diploma or GED you are still able to take the placement test, but you must be aware of how this impacts financial aid eligibility. Effective July 1, 2012, all students must have earned their high school diploma or GED in order to qualify for federal financial...
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document Should I study for the ACCUPLACER test and complete an online review?
Testing Services strongly encourages all students to study for ACCUPLACER. You can prepare for ACCUPLACER by taking advantage of the study tools and resources offered on the ACCUPLACER website (links listed below). Use these tools to become familiar with the types and format of ACCUPLACER test...
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document Can I take the placement test again if I am unhappy with my results?
Students who wish to retest for placement must follow the retesting procedure outlined below. Testing Services strongly encourages all students planning to retest any part of the ACCUPLACER Placement Test to study. Students are permitted two placement test attempts within a 365 day time period. ...
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document Is it possible to receive accommodations on the placement test if I have a diagnosed disability?
Students with documented disabilities who need test accommodations (sign language interpreters, tests in auditory format, or large print) should contact the Disability Resource Center before arranging to take the placement test. Contact the Disability Resource Center at (567) 661-7007 or visit...
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document What is the ACCUPLACER test?
ACCUPLACER is an untimed, computerized test that evaluates a student’s skills for appropriate course placement in math, reading, writing, and if necessary, English as a Second Language (ESL). Students will receive their results immediately upon test completion. The results will be used to place...
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document Testing Center Hours
For current Testing Center hours, please visit: https://www.owens.edu/testing/
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document Switchboard Hours
Fall weekly hours thru September 1, 2018 Monday thru Thursday, 7:45 a.m. - 7:15 p.m.; Friday, 7:45 a.m. - 5:15 p.m.; Saturday (August 18 and 25), 8:45 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.; Closed Sundays and Holidays Fall weekly hours September 2 thru September 29, 2018 Monday, 7:45 a.m. - 7:15 p.m.;...
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document When can I expect my refund? Who should I contact if I have not yet received my refund?
Effective Summer 2018, financial aid disbursements are applied to students’ accounts on Wednesdays and refunds are processed on Fridays. To learn more about our procedures, please visit www.owens.edu/financial_aid/understanding.html. Financial Aid refund information: Students who meet all...
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document What are the deadlines for dropping classes and obtaining a refund?
Visit the Owens homepage at www.owens.edu. Click on Class Schedule, and using your course CRN (course registration number) look for your specific class. You will be able to view add and drop deadlines, as well as all refund deadlines for your specific course. If you drop all classes for a semester,...
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document What do I do if I am dropped from my classes for non-payment?
The Fall 2018 semester drop for non-payment date is September 17, 2018. If a student does not pay their semester bill in its entirety, they may be dropped from the current semester classes. If this happens, there is a $150 non-refundable fee to cover the administrative costs of readmission. The...
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document How do I get started at Owens Community College?
The first steps are to complete the online application found at www.owens.edu. If you are interested in obtaining Financial Aid to help pay for school, visit https://fafsa.gov to complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). To apply for financial aid for the Fall 2018 semester,...
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