The Office of the Controller provides financial support to the University community. We process financial transactions, prepare financial reports, comply with regulatory requirements and track funds. The Bursar’s Office issues student billing statements, assists with payment questions, and processes financial transactions. The office can also provide support during repayment of Perkins, Health Professions, and University loans, invoices third-party agencies, and issues 1098-T statements.
Our students receive great value for the cost of an ONU degree because their educational outcomes are impressively strong. The average placement rate for recent graduating classes is 95 percent; our students in professional programs – like engineering, nursing and pharmacy – consistently pass their licensing exams at some of the highest rates in the state. And all of our students engage in high-impact learning practices, i.e., internships, capstone course projects, co-ops and undergraduate research, at rates significantly higher than students at peer colleges and universities.