General Admission Policy
Owens Community College has an open admission policy. This policy offers the opportunity to enroll to anyone who may benefit from the programs or courses offered by the college. High school graduation is not a requirement for admission. Non-high school graduates, under 19 years of age, should refer to the College's early admission policy.
New Student Admission and Registration Process
Students who have never attended Owens Community College should begin the registration process by visiting the Enrollment Services webpage or by visiting the Office of Enrollment Services on the Toledo-area or Findlay-area Campus.
At the Enrollment Services office, you will meet one-on-one with an academic advisor. Selection of courses for your major as well as days and times will be determined. An advisor can provide academic assistance and help you plan your semester schedule of classes. If you're considering transferring to another college, you should consult an advisor to develop a personal transfer plan. You also will be introduced to u.select. Enrollment Services offers walk-in services on the Toledo-area Campus and both appointment and walk-in services on the Findlay-area Campus.
Setting Up Your Ozone Account
Your ozone account is your connection to the College!
You are required to change your password the first time you log in.
Registering for Classes
You have two options for adding a course (using Ozone or with an Add Form submitted in person through the Oserve Office). You can register using one of these methods during published add dates/deadlines.
Quick Steps using Ozone:
You have two options for dropping a course (using Ozone or in person through the Oserve office). You can drop a course or all of your courses without academic penalty if the courses are dropped before the last date/deadline to drop. You should always talk with an Oserve advocate about possible financial penalties you may incur from dropping courses at any time during the semester.
Quick Steps for using Ozone:
REMEMBER! You will not be dropped from a class simply because you stop attending. You must officially drop the course. Dropping courses is your responsibility; be aware of the published add/drop dates.