Certificates, Diplomas, Associate Degrees, and Baccalaureate Degrees are awarded in Automotive, Diesel, High Performance, Agricultural, Alternative Fuels, HVAC/R and Commercial Drivers License (CDL). For a complete listing of Degree Programs, click here.
Classes are taught in 6-week sessions with no more than 20 students per technical class. Automotive Technology Supervision is a baccalaureate degree and is taught on the quarter schedule for your junior and senior years.
No, the only tool that students need to purchase is a DMM (digital multimeter), which can be purchased at the University Bookstore or from our on-campus Snap-On tool representative. The College of Applied Technologies furnishes all the hand and specialty tools that students need in class.
The University of Northwestern Ohio can house up to 1600 students on its campus. Dorms are all within walking distance of your classes and are semi-furnished. For more information on Housing, click here.
For current costs in the College of Applied Technologies, click here.
The University of Northwestern Ohio offers four different sessions per day – (7:30 am – 12:30 pm) (1:00 pm – 6:00 pm) (6:30 pm – 11:30 pm) (12:00 am – 6:30 am).
The University of Northwestern Ohio begins a new session every 6 weeks. June, August, and October are the most popular starts.
Yes, University students can purchase Snap-On tools at up to a 55% discount.
There is a nearby movie complex, bowling alley, many restaraunts, and several churches. The campus is located near the county’s major shopping area with a shopping mall, strip malls, and retail and discount stores.
Yes, there is adequate parking for you to have one vehicle on campus. Parking is free.
The University maintains a staff of trained professional safety service personnel for our students’ protection and safety. These professionals are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Yes, for a complete listing of student organizations click here.
Yes, for financial aid options and application procedures click here.