“Thanks to the generosity of Clear Channel Radio, four individuals will be able to experience a quality higher education for free at Owens Community College,” said Dr. Gary Corrigan, Owens Director of Marketing and Communications.
Individuals can enter the contest by logging onto any of five websites – www.owens.edu, www.925kissfm.com, www.wiot.com, www.1015theriver.com or www.1037wcky.com – clicking on the “Tuition is Right” and correctly answering the entry question.
Applicants also can enter by completing a paper entry form, which is available at the Owens Community College Toledo-area and Findlay-area campuses as well as at The Source Learning Center in downtown Toledo and the Arrowhead Park Learning Center in Maumee.
All qualifying entrants will be eligible to attend the first final on Tuesday, July 26 at 3 p.m. at the Community Education and Wellness Center on the Owens Findlay-area Campus in Findlay. One grand prize of two semesters of free tuition and one runner-up prize of one semester of free tuition will be awarded by random draw.
All qualifying entrants who do not win a tuition prize July 26 will be eligible to attend the second final on Wednesday, July 27 at 6 p.m. at the Student Health and Activities Center on the Owens Toledo-area Campus in Perrysburg Township. The second grand prize of two semesters of free tuition and final runner-up prize of one semester of free tuition also will be awarded by random draw.
The finals also will feature other valuable prizes drawn at random as well as free food and games.
Andy Stuart, Vice President & Market Manager of Clear Channel Radio Toledo/Findlay, looks forward to a ninth tuition promotion with Owens Community College.
“Our stations entertain thousands of listeners daily, but it’s these types of partnerships that are really satisfying,” he said. “The Tuition is Right positively impacts the lives of the four winners and encourages all individuals to strive for a higher education and a better life.”
Open to residents 16 years of age or older, the contest marks the 10th time since 2003 that Owens has partnered with Northwest Ohio media and offered a tuition contest