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OWC-The Basics: Information Sessions for New & Prospective Students, June 24 & 26
The OWC Basics flyer.
Okaloosa-Walton College will hold an information session, "OWC-The Basics: What You Need to Know to Begin College", for new and prospective students on June 24 at the Niceville Campus and on June 26 at the Fort Walton Beach Campus. Both sessions will run from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm. Information about OWC, the admissions process, financial aid, OWC programs of study -- including bachelor's and associate degrees and certificate programs -- will all be available. Those interested in starting OWC in the upcoming Fall term are especially encouraged to attend. The Niceville campus session will be held in the College Mall gallery in building K and the Fort Walton Beach campus session will be held in the administration building 1, Room 126.
OWC Student Services staff and Academic Advisors will be available to provide prospective students with individual assistance to fill out admissions and residency forms, provide placement testing information, and answer questions. Academic department directors and instructors from select OWC programs of study, including public safety, the new bachelor's degree programs in teacher education, and more, as well as OWC Career Center and Student Activities staff will also be available to provide information.
Financial aid staff will be available at each session to answer questions about scholarships, grants, loans and other financial aid concerns. Financial aid is based on individual need, educational costs, availability of funds, and in some cases, merit. OWC offers among the lowest college tuition in Florida and a comprehensive student financial aid program.
Okaloosa-Walton College has an open-door policy for admissions and there is no fee to submit admissions forms. The college is now accepting new students for the fall term that begins in August. For more information on Okaloosa-Walton College and "OWC-The Basics" please visit www.owc.edu or call Maddie Fricano, Coordinator of Recruitment at (850) 729-6467.