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OSU-OKC extends deadline for nursing applications

OSU-OKC extends deadline for nursing program applications

Deadline was April 1; now extended to June 1 for fall semester nursing classes

OKLAHOMA CITY (March 18, 2020) – Applications for the traditional nursing program at Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City have been extended to June 1.

The deadline had initially been April 1, but due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, program administrators elected to extend the application window.

The course of study is a 72-credit hour program, which includes classroom and laboratory instruction on campus, as well as supervised clinical experience at affiliating health agencies. Graduates receive an associate in applied science degree and will be eligible to take the national examination for registered nurse licensure.

Last year, the university increased the capacity in its nursing program in response to the critical nursing shortage in the state and nationwide. The program can accommodate 100 students each semester.

For more information about the OSU-OKC nursing program, call (405) 945-3210 or go to




For media inquiries:

Nick Trougakos, OSU-OKC – – (405) 945-9196

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