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document Are National Testing Network (NTN) exams proctored by Testing Services?
No, National Testing Network exams are not proctored by Testing Services. Please contact Owens Department of Workforce and Community Services at 567-661-7357 for more information regarding National Testing Network exams.
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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 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 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 Can I take the placement test again if I am unhappy with my results?
Students who wish to retest for placement must follow the retest procedure outlined below. Testing Services strongly encourages all students planning to retest any part of the placement to study. Students are permitted four placement test attempts within a 365 day time period. A $10 retest...
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document Can I use a calculator on the math portion of the ACCUPLACER test?
ACCUPLACER does NOT permit the use of personal calculators on the Math portion of placement test. ACCUPLACER expects students to be able to correctly answer certain questions without the assistance of a calculator. Therefore, they provide an onscreen calculator for students to use on some...
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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 an international student, 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 or permanent...
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document Should I study for the ACCUPLACER test and complete an online review?
Absolutely! 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 questions. They can help you identify the academic areas where you...
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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 What are the deadlines for adding and/or dropping classes and obtaining a refund?
You can view deadlines for adding and/or dropping classes by visiting the Owens home page 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...
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document How can I pay my bill?
After you web register, your tuition amount will be available to review through Ozone. Owens Community College does NOT send paper bills. You must check your Ozone account, under “Account Summary by Term” to view your semester balance. You may pay your bill 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, using...
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document How much does it cost to attend Owens?
Here is a link to The Office of Student Accounts that will provide you the most current information on tuition and fees: https://www.owens.edu/bursar/tuition.html
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document How do I find out what books and other materials I need for class?
Your course syllabus should list for you the materials you need for the class. You will receive this your first day of class. You can also view the textbooks you need for your course through our online Bookstore. Please check back later if book information is not listed for your course.
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document I am getting a pre/co-requisite & test score error when registering for a course, but I have already completed the pre/co-requisite. How can I fix this?
Please refer to the course description for specific pre/co-requisite information. If your official documents (transcripts, test scores, high school transcript, etc.) have already been received and evaluated, courses may not have transferred in as the direct equivalent of the required...
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document How do I view the class schedule?
You can view the class schedule two ways. You can go into your Ozone account and click on Web Registration, or you can go to https://www.owens.edu/class_search.php.
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document How do I register for courses?
You must have an application on file with Owens Community College to register online. If you do not have an application on file with Owens, please visit the Visiting Student website to learn how to get started. If you have already applied, you can register online by following the steps listed...
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document Where do I mail my official transcripts?
Official transcripts can be mailed to: Owens Community College Records Office PO Box 10,000 Toledo, OH 43699-1947 If your official documents will not be received prior to classes starting at Owens, and you are unable to register due to pre/co-requisite errors, please submit the Visiting...
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document C. How do I know if my file is complete? What do I do next if it is?
Check “My Required Documents” in your Ozone account. If you have a received date for all of your admission requirements, your file is complete. Once the deadline date has arrived for your program evaluation, you will be notified of your admission status in 1-2 weeks through your Omail account....
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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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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 How do I find out who my advisor is?
Most students are assigned an advisor based on their major. You can locate the name and contact information of your advisor in your Ozone account in the Academic Profile section under the My Ozone tab.
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document May a high school student participate in any college activity?
In general, no. Students participating in the CCP program continue to be high school students. However, some college activities may directly relate to specific courses taken by CCP students (e.g. art, music, drama activities) and would warrant attendance.
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document What are the consequences of failing a college course?
Failure of a course could prevent your high school graduation. Your high school will provide you with counsel on this matter. The failure also becomes a permanent part of your college record, which could impact future financial aid eligibility. The cost paid for you by the state may also be...
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document What are the consequences of withdrawing from a college course?
Withdrawing from a college course after the course has begun may affect completion of graduation requirements and should be discussed with your high school counselor and parents or guardian. The cost paid for you by the state may also be recovered by the school or school board from you, your...
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document Does Owens have a college-wide attendance policy?
No. Each instructor establishes the attendance rules for his/her course. It is important for the students to be aware of the attendance rules for each course they are taking. Course attendance expectations are outlined on the course syllabus distributed at the first class meeting or posted in...
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document What are the limitations on the number of college courses that can be paid for at Owens under the CCP program?
CCP students are limited on the number of credits they can take. High school credits are called Carnegie Units. The state formula for calculating eligible credits for CCP is the following: take the number of credits the student is taking at high school times 3 and then subtract that number from...
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