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COLLEGES OF BUSINESS • HEALTH PROFESSIONS • OCCUPATIONAL PROFESSIONS

2017-2018


RACERS CREED AN INDIVIDUAL WHO STRIVES

TO GET BETTER ON A DAILY BASIS & MAKE THOSE AROUND THEM BETTER.

THEY ARE A LEADER AMONG

THEIR PEERS AND SUCCEED WITH CONFIDENCE, PREPARATION,

DEDICATION, HONESTY, & INTEGRITY.

&

THEY REPRESENT THEMSELVES, THEIR FAMILIES,

THEIR UNIVERSITY I N A M A N N E R T H AT M A K E S

EVERYONE PROUD.

A RACER IS SOMEONE WHO LEFT IT ALL ON THE COURT,

FIELD, COURSE, LANE, OR TRACK

REGARDLESS OF THE SCORE

AND KNEW

THAT THEY TRULY GAVE IT THEIR ALL.

A RACER IS A WINNER, A RACER IS A TEAMMATE

WHO PICKS YOU UP, WHO HAS YOUR BACK.

A RACER SHARES YOUR GLORY

& SHARES YOUR PAIN, BUT MOST IMPORTANT A RACER IS YOUR TEAMMATE

FOR LIFE.


PAGES 2-3 Life at UNOH

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Becoming a Racer & Involvement

PAGE 6 #UNOH

PAGES 7-13 Degree Programs

PAGES 14-15 Campus Map

PAGES 16-17 Military Friendly

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Student Services

PAGE 19 Meal Plans

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On-Campus Housing

PAGE 21 Affordability

PAGES 22-23 Financial Aid

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Applying to UNOH

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Application for Enrollment

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Request for Transcript Form

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WE AR E When choosing a university, you are not just choosing where to receive your education; you are choosing your home for the next few years. Life is good here at UNOH. On any given day you will see students strolling along our 200-acre campus, grabbing a bite to eat at the Student Commons or Racers CafĂŠ, and even soaking up the autumn sun while lounging on the patio of their apartment-style dorm rooms.

LIFE AT

UNOH

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UNOH is a private, non-profit institution founded in 1920. It is one of the most affordable private universities in the state. It is a co-educational university located on a nearly 200-acre campus in Lima, Ohio, a community of 40,000 people. UNOH is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and approved by the Ohio Department of Higher Education.

CAMPUS STUDENTS

FACTS

CLASS SIZE

Currently, UNOH has a student body Get individual attention. of approximately 4,500 students from Class size averages 40 states and 49 countries. UNOH has 20 to 30 students. attracted students from all 50 states and 61 countries, HOUSING FLEXIBLE METHOD allowing them About 1,600 students to experience OF LEARNING live on-campus in our a multicultural Most classes are offered from two- and four-bedroom education and 8:00am - 3:00pm. Online classes are apartment-style dorms. social life. also available for students.

FUN AT WELCOME WEEK

UNOH

Worried about meeting new friends at college? Don’t be! Every September the University hosts Welcome Week a celebration where both new and current students enjoy fun games, free food, contests, movies, and prizes. There is also a student-only concert or two that same week!

WANT MORE?

At Racers Station you can participate in video game tournaments, play billiards, compete in karaoke contests, bust your moves at dances, and try out your skills on open mic nights! There are also monthly live music nights and comedy nights to enjoy with friends! Racers Station also has multiple TVs and all the popular gaming consoles. It’s all to help you meet new friends on campus and enjoy the UNOH experience.

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MEN’S & WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEN’S & WOMEN’S BOWLING MEN’S & WOMEN’S GOLF

MEN’S & WOMEN’S TENNIS

MEN’S & WOMEN’S SOCCER MEN’S BASEBALL

WOMEN’S SOFTBALL

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL

CO-ED MOTORSPORTS TEAMS

2016 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

NEW STUDENT SERVICES DEPARTMENT The New Student Services Department is responsible for assisting with the transition from high school to college. There are many questions and concerns associated with moving away to a new learning enviornment. This is where New Students Services can help. Questions dealing with a wide variety of subjects such as housing, financial aid, scheduling, and orientation are fielded through this department. New students will receive phone calls to check their progress and assist in preparing for college. This department can help ease the worries that come with getting ready for a university education.

Please feel free to call with any questions about preparing for college: (419) 998-3121.

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INDOOR ATHLETIC COMPLEX

All UNOH students get free access to the Indoor Athletic Complex. The complex features a huge workout area, walking and running track, fitness rooms, rock wall, and is open 7-days a week! Get into your competitive spirit with various intramural events that take place in the complex throughout the year!

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

American Marketing Association n Business Professionals of America n Crossroads Bible Group n Digital Imaging Graphics in Technology (DIGIT) n Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) n FFA Collegiate Chapter n Intramural Sports - Basketball, Dodgeball, Kickball, Soccer, Sand Volleyball, & More! n Rotaract Club n Optimist Club n Student Veterans Association n UNOH Medical Assisting Student Group n

INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE

Are you interested in traveling abroad? The University has an incredible class you can take which gives you the chance to travel overseas and earn college credit.

For college credit, you must first enroll in the International Travel class, which lasts one quarter. During the class, you will learn about taxes, tariffs, customs, security issues, and language barriers. After completing the class, you are ready to embark on an exciting trip! One of the unique aspects of the International Travel course is the class and trip expenses can be offset through financial aid funds.

If you want to experience other cultures and enjoy an incredible adventure, then consider enrolling in the International Travel class as an elective within your associate or bachelor degree program. Since 2002 student groups have traveled to: England, Italy, Greece, Spain, Scotland, Ireland, Germany, France, Turkey, Peru, and Australia.

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STAY CONNECTED #UNOH /UNOH.EDU

@UNOH-EDU @UNOH-EDU UNOHRACERS /UNOHWEB

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MASTER’S DEGREE

Business Administration (MBA)

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREES (3-4 YEARS)

Accounting Accounting with a 5-year CPA Track Forensic Accounting Business Administration Add a Business Administration Specialization n Agribusiness Management n Automotive Management/Automotive Aftermarket n Marketing Healthcare Administration Marketing Specialized Studies Sport Marketing & Management

FI ND YO U R C A RE E R ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED BUSINESS DEGREES (18-24 MONTHS)

Accounting Agribusiness Marketing/Management Technology Business Administration Health Information Technology IT - Digital Forensics IT - Digital Multimedia Design IT - Network Security IT - System Administration Legal Assisting Marketing Medical Assistant Technology Medical Office Management Office Management Specialized Studies Sport Marketing and Management Travel and Hotel Management

DESIGN YOUR OWN DEGREE

Associate of Applied Business in Specialized Studies n Complete your degree in 18 months n Select any two majors in your degree n Become a multi-skilled employee Bachelor of Science in Specialized Studies Select any two majors for your Bachelor’s Degree or transfer in an Associate’s Degree PROGRAMS ARE ALSO OFFERED ONLINE

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COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ACCOUNTING

Every company needs an accountant, from a small family business to large Wall Street corporations. As an accounting major, students will learn how to prepare financial reports and statements, perform cost procedures, and complete audits for business firms. ACCOUNTING ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE *average income: $26,000 - $50,500

ACCOUNTING BACHELOR DEGREE *average income: $48,000 - $90,000+

ACCOUNTING BACHELOR DEGREE WITH 5 YEAR CPA TRACK *average income: $60,120 - $103,250

FORENSIC ACCOUNTING

Payroll Accounting Cost Accounting Managerial Accounting Information Systems Finance Auditing for Fraud Personal Taxes Business Taxes Governmental & Non-Profit Accounting

COURSE WORK INCLUDES

The Forensic Accounting Program provides an intensive study of the elements of fraud including prevention and detection in order to prepare students for the Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) examination with courses in Financial Statement Investigation, Forensic Accounting, Corporate Governance, and more. FORENSIC ACCOUNTING BACHELOR DEGREE *average income: $59,240 - $89,620

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

A degree in Business Administration offers an excellent education for a wide range of positions in the business sector, banking, investments, and manufacturing industries. Career advancement in large corporations, as well as small businesses, can be achieved. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE *average income: $28,450 - $50,000 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BACHELOR DEGREE *average income: $34,000 - $93,870

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DEGREE *average income: $42,500 - $136,000+

I chose to pursue a Business Administration degree because I already run a small business of my own, but I need the knowledge to keep things running smoothly. I have learned so much great information in my first two years at UNOH that my business is already growing significantly. I can’t wait to see where the next two years take me! HALEY GIVENS n CHARLEVOIX, MI

*Income ranges from US Bureau of Labor Statistics

COURSE WORK INCLUDES

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Accounting Personal Taxes Managerial Accounting Corporate Governance Accounting Professional Ethics Lean Accounting Financial Statement Investigation Forensic Accounting Criminal Law

COURSE WORK INCLUDES

Principles of Management Finance Moral Issues in Business Leadership Accounting Marketing International Business Human Resource Management Legal Issues in Consumer Sales Transactions Corporate Finance


COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

MARKETING

COURSE WORK INCLUDES

All business revolves around Marketing. Nothing moves in the business world until something sells. A marketing degree from the University of Northwestern Ohio will prepare you for success in this fast-paced field working in public relations, retail, wholesale, social media, advertising sales, and manufacturing organizations. MARKETING ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE *average income: $27,000 - $76,000+ MARKETING BACHELOR DEGREE *average income: $31,000 - $93,500

Consumer Behavior Integrated Marketing Communications Principles of Management Retailing Professional Selling International Marketing Internet Marketing & Social Media Legal Issues in Consumer Sales Transactions Services Marketing

COLLEGE OF OCCUPATIONAL PROFESSIONS AGRIBUSINESS MARKETING/MANAGEMENT

Whether you aspire to be a farmer, grain and livestock buyer, or a fertilizer dealer, the University of Northwestern Ohio’s Agribusiness Management program offers you an education which encompasses every aspect of the agriculture industry. Understanding the business end of agriculture is extremely important in order to be successful. AGRIBUSINESS MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE *average income: $30,000 - $45,000

COURSE WORK INCLUDES Agronomy Animal Science Agricultural Sales Marketing Principles of Management Accounting

AGRIBUSINESS MANAGEMENT BACHELOR DEGREE *average income: $59,750 - $89,000

IT - DIGITAL FORENSICS

Digital forensics uses current information technologies that are the driving force of today’s business and legal world. Digital forensics, as it applies to digital evidence recovery, forensic laboratory analysis, and legal and ethical issues regarding seizure of computer evidence, will be explored in depth.

COURSE WORK INCLUDES

DIGITAL FORENSICS ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE *average income: $54,320

Advanced Digital Forensics Intrusion Detection and Prevention Cybercrime Ethics in Information Technology White-Collar Crime Contract Law Advanced Topics in Digital Forensics

IT - DIGITAL MULTIMEDIA DESIGN

COURSE WORK INCLUDES

The Digital Multimedia Design program will give you the skills to create dynamic and interactive multimedia productions for any type of digital media. You will learn how to integrate all of the creative elements of digital design through the use of the latest technology, software, and hardware. DIGITAL MULTIMEDIA DESIGN ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE *average income: $53,270

*Income ranges from US Bureau of Labor Statistics

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Graphic Imaging Digital Media Fundamentals Digital Video Editing 3-D Modeling 3-D Animation Applied Digital Drawing Interactive Media Presentation Wed Media Design Web 2.0 and New Media


COLLEGE OF OCCUPATIONAL PROFESSIONS

IT - NETWORK SECURITY

COURSE WORK INCLUDES

Networking security, as it applies to the Internet and intranets, will be explored in depth. Specialists can plan, coordinate, and implement security software, monitor the network for security breaches, respond to cyber attacks, and even gather data to be used in prosecuting cyber crime. NETWORK SECURITY ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE *average income: $61,340

IT - SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION

Networking Systems Administrators and Engineers ensure that the design of an organization’s computer site allows for all the components, including computers, the network, and software, to fit together and work properly. Job growth in this field is very high. SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE *average income: $62,745

Management of Information Security Ethics in Information Technology Network Fundamentals Intrusion Detection Systems Administration Local and Wide Area Networks Digital Forensics Operating Systems Security Firewall Administration Open Source Server Administration

COURSE WORK INCLUDES

Administering a Client Operating System Administering a Server Environment Operating System Fundamentals Implementing Network Security Emerging Trends in Computing Database Design and Development

Getting involved on campus in clubs not only helps you socialize but it helps you grow as a person. You get to meet people from outside of the community and create more connections. I really appreciate that about UNOH. IRVIN MACHOTE n HARARE, ZIMBABWE

LEGAL ASSISTING

The legal community has recognized the strong need for legal assistants to aid the profession in certain areas of law. The successful graduate will possess not only legal knowledge, but will also acquire vital critical thinking, organizational research, writing, oral communication and interpersonal skills. LEGAL ASSISTING ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE *average income: $28,500 - $62,000

*Income ranges from US Bureau of Labor Statistics

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COURSE WORK INCLUDES Litigation Probate Administration Juvenile Law Criminal Law Automated Research Domestic Relations Legal Research and Writing Real Estate Legal Ethics


COLLEGE OF OCCUPATIONAL PROFESSIONS

OFFICE MANAGEMENT

The demand is high for competent, qualified office personnel. A degree in Office Management provides instruction in all phases that leads to a professional office career. OFFICE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE *average income: $27,360

COURSE WORK INCLUDES

Office Procedures Business Presentations Accounting Records Management Advanced Machine Transcription Advanced Word Processing Customer Service Document Design

SPORT MARKETING & MANAGEMENT

The Sport Marketing and Management program provides students an opportunity to combine marketing and management fundamentals with the sport and recreation industry while preparing students to become well-trained business professionals. SPORT MARKETNG & MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE *average income: $38,570 - $64,880 SPORT MARKETNG & MANAGEMENT BACHELOR DEGREE *average income: $39,970 - $121,000+

TRAVEL & HOTEL MANAGEMENT

Travel and Hotel Management jobs are as diverse as the different regions of the world. Our International Travel class exposes students to the many aspects of international travel and different cultures. The hospitality side of tourism continues to grow at a phenomenal rate, leaving a high demand for many exciting careers in the travel industry. Students in this program will also have travel opportunities as part of their required coursework. TRAVEL & HOTEL MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE *average income: $26,000 - $89,000+

*Income ranges from US Bureau of Labor Statistics

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COURSE WORK INCLUDES

International Business Managing Fitness Concepts Principles of Sport Management Sport Marketing Sport in Society Facility and Event Management History of Sport in the US Sport Law

COURSE WORK INCLUDES

Intro to the Travel Industry Customer Service Cruises and Tours Event Planning Restaurant Management Intro to Casino and Gaming Industry Hotel and Motel Operations Resort Management


I’m very passionate about the healthcare field and I’m passionate about helping others. With my associate’s degree in Health Information Technology and my bachelor degree in Healthcare Administration, I definitely have a way to keep building on to my job opportunities available to me when I graduate. Going to UNOH and having the small class size, you get a lot of one-to-one time with the professors. I think the professors really do go above and beyond. Even after I completed my associate’s degree, they stayed in touch and let me know about job opportunities that are out there. ASHLEY GABLE n FORT JENNINGS, OHIO

COLLEGE OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS HEALTHCARE ADMINISTRATION

This is a 2+2 degree. After you complete an associate’s degree at UNOH in Medical Assisting, Medical Office Management, or Health Information Technology, or transfer in any health-related associate degree, you can then complete your Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare Administration. This approach gives you both hands-on training and the business skills necessary to be a manager in the healthcare field.

COURSE WORK INCLUDES

Healthcare Management Healthcare Law Healthcare Finance Healthcare Economics Public Health and Epidemiology Organizational Behavior

HEALTHCARE ADMINISTRATION BACHELOR DEGREE *average income: $70,310

HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Health Information Technology professionals work in the medical field, but have less patient contact. At UNOH students have the opportunity to become a Registered Health Information Technician. Professionals holding the RHIT credentials are responsible for: Ensuring the quality of medical records by verifying their completeness, accuracy, and proper entry into various computer systems. They also use computer applications to gather and analyze patient data in order to improve patient care and control costs. Some RHIT’s specialize in cancer treatment, and they are responsible for compiling and maintaining data on cancer patients specifically. HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE *average income: $42,878 The Associate Degree, Health Information Technology Program at UNOH is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM).

*Income ranges from US Bureau of Labor Statistics

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COURSE WORK INCLUDES

Health Information Coding Medical Terminology Health Information Systems Electronic Healthcare Records Healthcare Information Data and Management Pharmacology Legal and Ethic Aspects of HIT


COLLEGE OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS

MEDICAL ASSISTANT TECHNOLOGY

Medical assistants help physicians examine and treat patients, as well as perform conventional tasks needed to keep the office running smoothly. Although medical assistants perform both clinical and administrative tasks, the nature of their work varies from facility to facility - hospitals, clinics, and offices. Join a helping profession. No waiting list means you can enter the medical profession quickly!

COURSE WORK INCLUDES

Healthcare in the Community Understanding Health Insurance Medical Coding Records Management Human Anatomy Pharmacology for Medical Assisting

MEDICAL ASSISTANT ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE *average income: $30,590 CMA EXAM FEE COVERED BY UNOH.

Students in the Medical Assistant program are required to undergo a criminal background check and provide proof of certain required immunizations prior to entering the externship phase of the program.

MEDICAL OFFICE MANAGEMENT

COURSE WORK INCLUDES

Medical Office Managers are needed in business today. This degree provides instruction in many aspects of the medical field, the use of computers with document processing and medical office software and an introduction to billing and coding. MEDICAL OFFICE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE *average income: $28,670

What I learned at UNOH definitely prepared me for the real world. I believe if you want to further your education and you want to go somewhere that cares, UNOH is it. They encourage you to strive to be the best that you can be. I am now a Medical Assistant at St. Rita’s Professional Services, and UNOH prepared me for life after graduation. TAMMY MILLIGAN n LIMA, OHIO

*Income ranges from US Bureau of Labor Statistics

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Principles of Management Medical Law and Ethics Database Applications Medical Machine Transcription Records Management Medical Office Procedures Customer Service


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1500 Building • Robotics Classrooms/Shops Indoor Athletic Complex Racers Station Racers Cafe • Center for Educational Excellence, Information Technology Dept. Testing Center Sherwood Park Dorms College Park Dorms Northwestern Park Dorms Volleyball & Mud Volleyball Courts Calisthenics Park Barnes & Noble @ UNOH • Barnes & Noble Cafe - Proudly serving Starbucks products CDL Practice Lot Racers Village Suites Basketball Court Tennis Courts Varsity Baseball Field Field of Dreams Varsity Soccer Field Varsity Softball Field UNOH Maintenance/Plant Department S&S Volvo Motorsports Racing Complex • Athletic Motorsports Team Building St. Rita’s Family Medicine @ UNOH Ohio State Beauty Academy

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MILITARY FRIENDLY

WHY UNOH?

The UNOH Military Relations Department provides assistance to all active military, reservist, and National Guard members and assists with scheduling, financial aid, and transfer of credits. The Military Relations Office will assist you in your enrollment process and guide you through your chosen career path. The office is staffed by dedicated personnel who are educated on all educational benefits offered by the military. Staff members will help to make sure you are receiving all the benefits you deserve.

MILITARY TUITION SCHOLARSHIP

The University provides a special rate for all active military, reservist and National Guard members. The College of Business, Health Professions, and Occupational Professions tuition rate is equivalent to the current Federal Tuition Assistance rate of $165 per credit hour. In the College of Applied Technologies, students will receive a scholarship worth 10% off of their tuition.

We accept the Joint Services Transcript and CCAF and honor credit equivalencies defined by the American Council on Education (ACE) for military course work, experience, and testing programs, such as CLEP and DANTES.

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UNOH AFFILIATES GoArmyEd: for active Army, USAR, and National Guard Students. AlPortal: for active duty Air Force and Air Force reserve. Ohio National Guard Scholarship: The ONGSP is a state-funded program by the Ohio General Assembly which will pay up to 100% of tuition charges for stateassisted colleges and universities. For approved private or proprietary degree-granting institutions of higher education, the program will pay up to 100% of the average tuition charges for all state universities.

The University of Northwestern Ohio falls under the category for private, not-for-profit institutions. This ONGSP scholarship allows you to receive up to $3,175.00 per quarter. You must re-apply for this scholarship each quarter that you are enrolled in classes at UNOH.

You are eligible for this scholarship if you are serving in the Ohio Army National Guard or are an Air Guard member. From more information please visit http://www.ong.ohio.gov/scholarship_index.html

ACCOMMODATIONS FOR ANNUAL TRAINING & DEPLOYED SERVICE MEMBERS UNOH recognizes the mission of the service member and will work with you during your deployment if you are unable to meet course deadlines.

ARMY ROTC WITH BGSU

The University of Northwestern Ohio has partnered with Bowling Green State University which will allow UNOH students to attend Army ROTC at BGSU. Army ROTC is an elective that students can take along with their required college classes that teaches the skills needed for a successful career. Please visit www.goarmy.com/rotc for more information on how to apply for an Army ROTC High School Scholarship. UNOH point of contact is Randy Gonzalez at (419) 998 - 3175 or rgonzale@unoh.edu.

THE SIMULTANEOUS MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM (SMP)

The Army National Guard and U.S. Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) offer the SMP to qualified full-time college students who are members of the Army National Guard. SMP is a two-year program whereby cadets serve in the Army National Guard and attend ROTC classes “simultaneously”. SMP begins in the fall term of a fulltime student’s Sophomore or Junior year at UNOH or the first year of graduate school or a combination of both undergraduate and graduate level programs. Cadets receive a commission as a 2nd lieutenant in the United States Army after completion of a bachelor’s degree or graduate degree and the ROTC advanced course. Newly commissioned officers then serve the Army National Guard.

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S T U D EN T S ER V I CE S STUDENT SUCCESS CENTER

UNOH developed the Student Success Center in an effort to help every student with an educational support program. The Student Success Center can help you succeed in three ways:

FIND A TUTOR The Student Success Center provides individualized assisstance for students in math, reading, writing, English, and study skill at no charge. Peer tutoring is available for advanced courses at a cost of $4.00/hr. STUDY SKILLS The Student Success Center can help students with time management, organizational skills, and test anxiety. STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES Students who have a documented disability or may need special assistance with their academic program should meet with a staff member in the Student Success Department to discuss academic adjustments. Students who have documented IEPs can receive academic adjustments. If you have an academic concern, please allow us to assist you by calling (419) 998-3157.

ACADEMIC ADVISING SERVICES

The University of Northwestern Ohio provides academic advising services for all students free of charge. Academic Advisors and faculty are available to help students select or change majors, set educational goals, and understand the scheduling and planning process of completing their degree requirements.

COUNSELING

The University of Northwestern Ohio’s Counseling Center provides professional counseling services for all students. The Counseling Center is dedicated to the personal, social, and academic development of all UNOH students. Services are provided within a safe, supportive, and confidential environment. The Counseling Center provides individual and group counseling to students struggling with problems. Counseling services are provided on campus and free of charge.

DR. CHERYL A. MUELLER LIBRARY

The Dr. Mueller Library at UNOH offers resource materials and quiet areas for individual or group study. Books, magazines, annual reports, and study guides are readily available to help you complete classroom assignments. The collection also includes a 3D printer and many online resources, such as: OhioLink, ProQuest, and IBISWorld. OhioLink offers access to more than 50 million library items statewide. There are 38 computer stations available, or feel free to bring your personal laptop and sign into the UNOH Wireless Network.

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U NI VER S I T Y M E A L P L ANS

The University of Northwestern Ohio offers three types of plans for all enrolled students. Meal plans can be used at the UNOH Food Court, Pit Stop, Racers Café, or Lock Sixteen Steakhouse. There are one-, two-, and three-meal per day options. Each meal swipe must be used by the end of the session or quarter depending on the student’s college and program. For snacks or extra meals, Racer Bucks can be added to any Student ID Card or Meal Plan. One Racer Buck is equivalent to $1.00. Racer Bucks can be added with cash, check, or credit card at any of the Food Service locations or by calling the Food Court at (419) 998-3129. For information on how to purchase UNOH Meal Plans, please contact the Cashier’s Office at (419) 998-3156. ONE MEAL WITHOUT A MEAL PLAN: $8.00

ONE MEAL WITH A MEAL PLAN: $6.80

ONE MEAL PER DAY PLAN

15% SAVINGS

TWO MEALS PER DAY PLAN

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STUDENT COMMONS FOOD COURT

The Food Court is located on the main floor of the Student Commons Building on the west end of the University’s campus. The Food Court features full-service and made-toorder meals at a variety of stations. The Food Court offers pizza, paninis, soups, a salad bar, sub station, hot and cold sandwiches, grill station, stir fry station, home-cooked meals, along with orders to go. Open 7 days a week.

THREE MEALS PER DAY PLAN VALUE

VALUE

VALUE

SWIPES

RACERS CAFE

SWIPES 120

The Racers Café features express service dining perfect for between-class snacks and lunches. It offers sandwiches, pizza, fries, and even delivery to on-campus addresses! Open: Monday-Thursday 7am - 2pm, Friday 7am - 1pm.

*Meal plans must be purchased by close of Cashier’s Office on the 5th business day of each term.

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CONVENIENCE

WE’VE GOT YOU COVERED

EVERYTHING YOU NEED ON CAMPUS

Basic Cable

ADVANTAGES OF CAMPUS LIVING

Air Conditioning Recreational Facilities

Silverware, plates, cups, glasses, toaster, and pans. Microwaves and small refrigerators are allowed.

Room C 10’0” x 11’6”

Cleaning Supplies

Room B 11’0” x 11’6”

The University of Northwestern Ohio has on-campus housing available for students up to 25 years old. UNOH does not require students to live on campus, but we do have many options available. Be sure to have your housing arranged before you start classes.

Kitchen Items

Common Area 12’0” x 19’0”

Bathroom

Promote Social Engagement • Enjoy the Full College Experience • Make Lifelong Friends

Toiletries

Towels, soap, shampoo, toothpaste, etc.

Kitchenette

STAY CONNECTED

Bedding

Sheets, pillows, blankets, mattress cover Room A 10’6” x 11’6”

Student Activities • Food Court • Library Indoor Athletic Complex • Student Clubs 24/7 Security

SUGGESTED ITEMS TO BRING

Smoke Alarms

Broom, toilet bowl/oven cleaners, etc.

Closet Space

Furniture

Twin Bed & Mattress

Couch, chairs, lamps, television, cell phone, computer, etc.

Common Area 12’0” x 16’0”

HOUSING Room C 10’0” x 11’6”

Room A 10’6” x 11’6”

Room A 11’0” x 14’0”

Room B 11’0” x 9’0”

Room B 11’0” x 11’6”

Common Area 12’0” x 19’0”

SHERWOOD PARK DORMS

RACERS VILLAGE SUITES

Room C 13’0” x 13’0”

Room B 13’0” x 13’0”

Common Area 12’0” x 16’0”

Room D 13’0” x 13’0”

Room A 13’0” x 13’0”

Room A 11’0” x 14’0”

Room B 11’0” x 9’0”

Room C 10’0” x 11’6”

Room A 10’6” x 11’6”

Room C 13’0” x 13’0”

Room B 13’0” x 13’0”

All students requesting housing need to pay a $100 housing deposit and complete a housing questionnaire. All rooms are assigned based on paid tuition. Roommate assignments are made approximately 2 weeks prior to start date. If we can assist you in any way, please do not hesitate to call the Housing Department at (419) 998-3170.

Room D 13’0” x 13’0”

Room A 13’0” x 13’0”

Room B 11’0” x 11’6”

Common Area 12’0” x 19’0”

Room C 10’0” x 11’6”

Room A 10’6” x 11’6”

Room B 11’0” x 11’6”

Common Area 12’0” x 19’0”

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A


ONE OF THE MOST

AFFORDABLE P R I VAT E UN IVE RSI T I E S I N OHI O PAY ONLY

$950

TOTAL

PER QUARTER FOR APARTMENT-STYLE LIVING!

$38,786

HOUSING $5,881

Upgraded dorms may be available at additional cost.

TOTAL

$13,200 HOUSING $2,850

TUITION

TOTAL

$17,065 HOUSING $6,115

TUITION

TUITION

$10,350

$10,950

$32,905

$230 PER CREDIT HOUR

$243 PER CREDIT HOUR*

$731 PER CREDIT HOUR*

2017 COSTS

2017 COSTS

2017 COSTS

AVERAGE OHIO PUBLIC UNIVERSITY

AVERAGE OHIO PRIVATE UNIVERSITY

Research compiled from Ohio Department of Higher Education website - June 2017 *Semesters converted to quarters for comparison The General Fee is used to enhance students’ academic, social, and emotional growth at the University. It covers the following costs: parking, use of computer labs, internet, online and on-campus library resources, specialized computer software, printing of up to 300 pages per quarter or two sessions, Smarthinking 24/7 tutoring, weekly live faculty office hours through Collaborate, video presentation tools, student activities and clubs, counseling services, graduation expenses, use of the Indoor Athletic Complex, and more. Students are also entitled to attend, free of charge, all UNOH campus activities, regular season athletic events, and races at Limaland Motorsports Park.

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FINANCIAL

G R AN T S

Monies awarded by the government that you do not pay back (need based)

FEDERAL PELL GRANTS The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) File on-line after October 1 at www.fafsa.ed.gov using your 2016 tax return n $0 - $5,920 per year n $0 - $1,973 per quarter (UNOH FAFSA Master Code #004861) OHIO COLLEGE OPPORTUNITY GRANT n $3,776 per year n $944 per quarter n Must be used for tuition and fees only. FEDERAL SUPPLEMENT EDUCATION OPPORTUNITY GRANT n Federal Grant - Need based; Pell priority n $0- $4,000 per year n $0- $1,000 per quarter

LOANS

FEDERAL DIRECT STUDENT LOAN Subsidized - No interest charges while student is attending college

n

Interest rate 4.45% adjusted annually not to exceed 8.25%

Unsubsidized - Interest charges will accrue while student is attending college DEPENDENT UNDERGRADUATE LOANS Additional Unsubsidized $3,500 Freshman $2,000 $4,500 Sophomore $2,000 $5,500 Junior or Senior $2,000

TOTAL $5,500 $6,500 $7,500

INDEPENDENT UNDERGRADUATE LOANS Additional Unsubsidized $3,500 Freshman $6,000 $4,500 Sophomore $6,000 $5,500 Junior or Senior $7,000

TOTAL $9,500 $10,500 $12,500

FEDERAL DIRECT PARENT PLUS LOAN n Interest rate is fixed at 7.00% n The parent may borrow any amount of money needed to meet the cost of attendance less any financial aid the student may have received. n Family income is not a criterion but a good credit history is needed. n Payments can be delayed until after student’s last day of attending or graduation. n Parents who are unable to obtain this loan should contact the Financial Aid Office for additional options.

STUDENT EMPLOYMENT Eligibility for college work study is determined by filing the FAFSA form. n College work study students are paid directly. n

ALTERNATE LOANS n Borrowers can be students with a credit-worthy cosigner, parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle, or guardian. n Private source of funds to pay for college education. n Loans based on credit worthiness. n Rates of interest determined by credit history. n In many cases, principal payments can be delayed until after student’s last date of attendance or graduation.

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AID

APPLYING FOR FINANCIAL AID

SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER

Apply for your Federal Student Aid ID (FSA ID)

TIPS PRIORITIES! Start with Federal grants/ loans, then look to local scholarships, grants, and loans.

Visit www.fsaid.ed.gov (Student and parent)

OCTOBER - DECEMBER

Go to www.fafsa.ed.gov and fill out the FAFSA. (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) To complete the 2018/2019 FAFSA you must use your 2016 Income Tax and W-2 information. The UNOH School Code number is: 004861 Follow and complete the step-by-step online submission form. Don’t forget to print submission confirmation page when finished.

SUBMIT THE FAFSA Make sure to apply for the 2018-2019 FAFSA as early as possible after October 1. Even if you don’t think you’ll qualify for aid, criteria changes every year.

JANUARY - MARCH

BE RESOURCEFUL Use online resources like fastweb.com to search for available scholarships and useful financial aid tools. For more assistance, visit www.unoh.edu/financialaid. APPLY FOR PRIVATE SCHOLARSHIPS & GRANTS Apply early for private scholarships and grants. You can’t win awards or receive funds if you don’t apply for them!

You will receive an email and postcard notifying you of your award status. See the full award by logging into MyUNOH Portal. If you have questions, please contact Financial Aid at (419) 998-8890 or financialaid@unoh.edu.

MARCH - JUNE

Receive award notice & apply for loans if needed.

AUGUST

Attend orientation and take placement tests if required. Have your highschool send your final transcript to UNOH.

OF UNOH

STUDENTS

RECEIVE FINANCIAL AID!

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CALL US

To have a UNOH representative come to your home or school: (419) 998-3120.

APPLY ONLINE Go to www.unoh.edu to apply online.

TONY AZZARELLO

4 WAYS TO APPLY TO UNOH BRUCE PATTON

DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS (567) 712-0593 amazzare@unoh.edu

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS (419) 516-2866 bepatton@unoh.edu

TROY HUFFINE DAN DONEGAN REPRESENTATIVE (260) 409-1105 thuffine@unoh.edu

REPRESENTATIVE (840) 358-9356 ddonegan@unoh.edu

At the time of application, a $20 application fee must be paid. Applicants will be notified within 4 weeks of the status of their application and is contingent upon final transcripts after graduation from high school.

JASON BOWERS REPRESENTATIVE (419) 303-9275 jbowers1@unoh.edu

Students who have completed a GED can submit a copy of their test scores for verification.

Students have one quarter to provide evidence of high school graduation. Failure to produce such evidence will require full payment of fees to be made by the students on the due date for each term attended until the evidence is provided. The students cannot receive Federal aid if they have not provided such evidence, and students may not be able to schedule for future terms.

Students must have evidence that they have been granted a diploma from a state-recognized or accredited high school to be accepted at the University of Northwestern Ohio. Any questions about special circumstances, certificates, or a GED should be directed to the Registrar’s Office.

Any student scoring 18 or higher on the ACT English or Math test, or a 450 or higher on the SAT in Math and/or Writing is not required to take the Math or English placement tests at orientation or at UNOH the first week of classes. All other students must take the University placement tests.

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MAIL

Send application to: UNOH Attention: Admissions 1441 N. Cable Rd. Lima, Ohio 45805

APPOINTMENT

Set up an appointment for a campus tour (419) 998-3120.

BILL COOPER REPRESENTATIVE (419) 236-1665 wrcooper@unoh.edu

ERIC FLANAGAN REPRESENTATIVE (419) 998-2741 ejflanag@unoh.edu

Students who have been homeschooled must provide the following documentation as the final transcript: • Transcript outlining all courses taken - transcript must be notarized • Course descriptions of courses taken • Grades received in those courses • Date of completion of all requirements for graduation • Documentation outlining a curriculum approved by the state where the student was home-schooled, if required by state.


Please send to: UNOH: Attention Admissions 1441 N. Cable Rd. Lima, Ohio 45805

APPLICATION FOR ENROLLMENT

Phone Number: (419) 998-3120 Fax Number: (419) 998-3118

To apply online, visit: http://www.unoh.edu

NAME: First

Middle

Last

MAILING ADDRESS

BIRTHDATE

NAME OF HOME HIGH SCHOOL

HAVE YOU ATTENDED ANOTHER COLLEGE?

M or F

STATE

RESIDENCE COUNTY

FILING FOR Financial Aid

ZIP

SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER -

Yes ___ No____

CAREER CENTER (if applicable)

SEX

CITY

AREA CODE/PHONE NUMBER

MAIDEN NAME

YES ___ NO ___ If yes, name of college and year last attended?

High School Diploma

GED ____ ____ Expected to receive

Month Year

Are you a U.S. citizen? YES ___ NO ___  Ohio Resident YES ___ NO ___

-

____ ____ Received

Month Year

Have you ever been convicted of a felony or adjudicated as a juvenile for the equivalent of a felony? YES ______ NO ______ If answered “yes”, indicate the state and county of your conviction. STATE _________ COUNTY ____________________ Are you now, or have you ever been a member of the military? YES _____ NO _____ If yes: BRANCH____________________________________ Please circle: VETERAN ACTIVE NATIONAL GUARD U.S. ARMY RESERVES

Student: E-mail

Student: Cell Phone

ENTERING AS:

COLLEGES OF:

___ Re-Enrolling

___ Health Professions

___ New Applicant

___ Business

Last date of attendance: _________ ___ Non-Degree Seeking Student

Parent: E-mail

Parent: Cell Phone

DELIVERY METHOD:

DORM REQUEST:

___ One-Night-A-Week

___ Do not require campus

___ Traditional

___ Occupational Professions

___ Online Degree

Colleges of: Business, Health Professions, and Occupational Professions: Fall Winter Spring Summer

(see reverse side)

housing

___ Undecided

___ College Credit Plus

Start Date_______________________________________________________

PROGRAM OF STUDY

___ Require campus housing

TIME PREFERENCE (Based on availability) ___ Day  ___ Evening

APPLICATION FEE

___ Cash

___ Check

___ Credit Card

I hereby apply for enrollment in the program indicated. My application fee of $20 is enclosed. The application fee will be fully refundable if the application is not accepted. I understand that I can request cancellation of the application within thirty days of the signature dated below and receive a full refund. After 30 days the application fee is non-refundable. I hereby give permission to release my academic transcript to UNOH. Date _______________________________ , 20_____ Date _______________________________ , 20_____

Applicant Signature_______________________________________________________ X

Parent/Guardian Signature _________________________________________________ X

As the authorized representative of the University of Northwestern Ohio, I have interviewed the applicant and certify that in my judgment the application meets the requirements and standards of the University and recommend his/her acceptance. By _________________________________________ (# ) Approved ______________________________________________________ (Authorized Representative) (College Administrator) Racial/Ethnic Background (Although optional, ethnic information is requested to fulfill reporting obligations to the federal government.) Black

American Indian or Alaskan Native

Asian

Hispanic

White

Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

Other

The University of Northwestern Ohio admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, gender identity, age, and sexual orientation to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the University. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. The University of Northwestern Ohio may deny admission to any applicant for any reason not prohibited by law, including conviction of a crime or the fact that the applicant has been subject to discipline at another academic institution.


PROGRAM OF STUDIES GRADUATE COLLEGE

MASTER’S DEGREE 80

Master of Business Administration

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

BACCALAUREATE PROGRAMS

ASSOCIATE PROGRAMS

53 59

60

52 81

82 83

Accounting (4-year track) Accounting CPA (5-year track) Business Administration Business Administration One-Night-A-Week

1 3 4

Forensic Accounting Marketing

Accounting Business Administration Business Administration One-Night-a-Week Marketing

Business Administration Concentration In: 56 Agribusiness Management 57 55

COLLEGE OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS

BACCALAUREATE PROGRAMS 54

73

Automotive Management Marketing

Healthcare Administration (2+2)

ND

Undeclared Major

Non-Degree Seeking

ASSOCIATE PROGRAMS 17 32 20

Health Information Technology Medical Assistant Technology Medical Office Management

COLLEGE OF OCCUPATIONAL PROFESSIONS

BACCALAUREATE PROGRAMS 61 74 97

Specialized Studies Specialized Studies One-Night-A-Week Sport Marketing & Management

ASSOCIATE PROGRAMS 45 69 65 66 75 35 9 62 16 67

Accredited By The Higher Learning Comission 30 North LaSalle Street - Suite 2400 Chicago, IL 60602 (312) 263-0456 Autorized by Ohio Department of Higher Education

Agribusiness Marketing/Management Technology IT- Digital Forensics IT - Digital Multimedia Design IT - System Administration IT - Network Security Legal Assisting Office Management Specialized Studies Sport Marketing & Management Travel & Hotel Management

The following business programs at the University of Northwestern Ohio are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Pograms (ACSP): Business Administration with concentrations in Agribusiness Management, Automotive Management/ Automotive Aftermarket, and Marketing (BS); Master of Business Administration (MBA); and Business Administration (AAB).

The Associate Degree, Health Information Technology Program at UNOH is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM).

The Medical Assisting program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org) upon the recommendation of the Medical Assisting Education Review Board (MAERB). Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Pograms 1361 Park Street Clearwater, FL 33756 (727) 210-2350

UNOH maintains a policy of zero tolerance for sexual misconduct regardless of the gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, results of genetic testing, race, color, marital status, ethnicity, religion, creed, ancestry, national origin, disability, age, veteran status, service in the military, or other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws, of the individuals engaging in sexual activity or other conduct addressed in this Policy. Zero tolerance means the University will respond to all unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature and will impose serious sanctions on anyone who violates this Policy. The University’s response is intended to end harassing or discriminatory conduct, prevent its recurrence, and remedy the effects on the complainant and the community to the extent possible. Title IX inquiries can be made to titleix@unoh.edu. This viewbook is for information only, and as such, does not constitute a contract and is subject to annual update.


REQUEST FOR HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPT Please fill in form COMPLETELY.

DATE: ______________________________________________

ATTENTION: STUDENT RECORDS DEPARTMENT I hereby give permission to release information from the file of: FIRST NAME

MIDDLE:

LAST:

MAIDEN:

FULL ADDRESS

CITY:

STATE:

ZIP CODE:

SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER OR UNOH STUDENT ID#:

BIRTHDATE:

CLASS OF:

NAME OF HIGH SCHOOL:

NAME OF CAREER CENTER:

SCHOOL ADDRESS: CITY:

STATE:

ZIP:

X_____________________________________________________________________________________________ SIGNATURE ___Student ___Parent ___Guardian (Authorized signature valid for 18 months and is valid for Preliminary and Final Transcript)

Please FAX OR MAIL Preliminary transcripts to:

FAX: (419) 998-3118

UNIVERSITY OF NORTHWESTERN OHIO ATTN: NEW STUDENT SERVICES 1441 N. CABLE RD. LIMA, OH 45805

Please MAIL Final transcripts (after graduation) to:

UNIVERSITY OF NORTHWESTERN OHIO ATTN: REGISTRAR 1441 N. CABLE RD. LIMA, OH 45805

ATTACH THIS FORM WITH TRANSCRIPT

OFFICE USE ONLY Student #: _______________

Starting Date: _______________

See reverse side for important details

HS#: ________________


Attention School Official: If the student is not yet a graduate, a preliminary transcript does not need to be official. It can be hand delivered, faxed (to 419-998-3118), or sent by mail. Upon graduation, a final and official transcript is required. In order for the University of Northwestern Ohio to consider the student’s transcript official, the following information must be included: • Date of Graduation • Signature of School Official • Rank of Student • Imprint/Raised Seal • Cumulative GPA If your school does not have a raised seal or does not rank students, it must be noted on the transcript by the school official. The final/official transcript must be sent directly from the high school to the University of Northwestern Ohio. Hand delivered or faxed transcripts are not recognized as official. Thank you for your cooperation! If you have any questions, please contact the Registrar’s Office at 419-998-3193.


FALL OPEN HOUSE

SPRING PREVIEW DAY

OCTOBER 27, 2017

APRIL 6, 2018

HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS!

SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS, & SENIORS!

IBC

WIN UP TO A FULL TUITION SCHOLARSHIP!

WIN UP TO A $3,000 SCHOLARSHIP!

8:30am - 3pm (Test Time: 11:30am)

8:30am - 3pm (Test Time: 11:30am)

CHOOSE A TEST FROM THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES

TEST IN ONE OF THESE CATEGORIES

Accounting, Business Administration, Information Technology, Medical Technology, or Marketing.

Juniors & Seniors can take an Information Technology, Medical Technology, or a General Scholarship test for a chance to win money for college!

THE TOP FIVE TEST SCORES in each category will receive scholarships!

THE TOP FIVE TEST SCORES in each category will receive scholarships!

TUITION SCHOLARSHIP BREAKDOWN 1st place: FULL TUITION* 2nd place: $5,000 3rd place: $4,000 4th place: $3,000 5th place: $2,000

TUITION SCHOLARSHIP BREAKDOWN 1st place: $3,000 2nd place: $1,000 3rd place: $1,000 4th place: $1,000 5th place: $1,000

*Not to exceed 108 credit hours for Associate Degree or 180 credit hours for Baccalaureate Degree

*A student who wins as a junior and a senior, will be awarded the higher of the two amounts

SCHEDULE A CAMPUS VISIT

The University is very proud of its facilities and welcomes visitors. The Admissions Office welcomes tours every Monday through Friday and the first Saturday after Labor Day to the last Saturday before Memorial Day. n Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm n Saturday 9:00am - 2:00pm

Visit our website, www.unoh.edu, for more information. To schedule a tour, call the Admissions Office at (419) 998-3120. VIRTUAL TOUR Check out all of the academic buildings, on-campus housing communities, indoor athletic complex, and more in our virtual tour! www.unoh.edu/#virtualtour

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UNOH College of Business Viewbook  

University of Northwestern Ohio College of Business, Occupational Professions, & Health Professions

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