For over 140 years, Ottawa University has been preparing students for satisfying careers. That's because we're dedicated to helping you build a better career, and eventually, a better future.
The University's program is created to develop the adult student's learning and life experiences. It is an extensive academic experience that encourages you to grow not only in your profession, but as a person as well. That is the difference between Ottawa University and the others: we concentrate on the entire person, and we improve lives, not only careers.
The mission of Ottawa University is to offer the top quality liberal arts and professional education in a concerned, Christ-centered community of grace that incorporates faith, education and life. The University is open to students of conventional age, adult learners and organizations via undergraduate and graduate programs.
The University provides students with:
• Evening and weekend classes
• 8- and 12-week terms
• Small, interactive classes
• Flexible tuition payment alternatives
• Classes meet only once a week
• No outside study groups required
• Broad range of majors, minors and concentrations
• Online classes available Admissions
The Ottawa University society is pleased you think about joining the OU family and we praise you on your decision to pursue higher education. We are dedicated to helping you make an informed and thorough choice of both a university and a program of study. We suppose that Ottawa University is an excellent place to follow your dreams and to get ready for a life of service. Financial Aid
Ottawa University takes part in a range of financial assistance programs, such as federal grants and loans, to help students with getting the essential funds to attend college. In general, there are three main types of financial aid available:
• Grants-including the Federal PELL Grant program awarded annually.
• Loans-obtainable to students through both federal and private-lending programs.
• Additional Sources of assistance such as veteran's benefits, employer compensation and local scholarship programs.
We encourage you to arrange a meeting with the financial services representative at your campus to talk about specific programs for which you may qualify. Students interested in applying for assistance should start by filling out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) that can be done online. Students should apply early for assistance to make sure that funds are obtainable when required, as the application process can take up to six weeks.