High school students can get a head start on their college career with concurrent enrollment classes at Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City! With free or low-cost textbooks for several general education classes, no application fees, and affordable classes, OSU-OKC is the state’s best value for concurrent classes. Not sure which classes are best for you? OSU-OKC’s academic advisors can speak to you via a virtual advising video chat. We’re here to help you select the best concurrent enrollment experience.
OSU-OKC Concurrent Enrollment Update
In alignment with guidance from the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education in response to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, OSU-OKC will be implementing the following interim guidelines for the remainder of the Summer 2020 and Fall 2020 admission cycles.
Admission and Placement
High school Juniors and Seniors, Home Schooled students (having completed coursework equivalent for Junior standing), or students attending an Unaccredited High School (having completed coursework equivalent to Junior standing), who have an unweighted GPA of 3.0 or higher, qualify for admission to concurrent enrollment and meet the Reading proficiency requirement.
If a student has an ACT/SAT score that would require alternative testing for placement or if a student has been unable to test (ACT/SAT/ACCUPLACER placement test) due to the cancellation of all national testing opportunities, the following interim guidelines will be used:
- Reading placement equivalency: High school cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
- English placement equivalency: High school English GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Math placement equivalency: High school Math GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Science placement equivalency: High school Science or Math and English GPA of 3.0 or higher
Students with ACT/SAT scores that both meet admission requirements and placement requirements, as described here, are not impacted by these interim guidelines.
Students are still responsible for submission of required documentation (Concurrent Approval Form, test scores, and high school transcript). The Concurrent Approval Form does not require original/electronic signatures during these interim guidelines. Please continue to sign where possible, but OSU-OKC can accept emails from students, parents/guardians, and counselors in lieu of signatures.
- High school Seniors are eligible for up to a total of 18 credit hours beginning with the Summer after Junior year through Spring of Senior year.
- High school Juniors are eligible for up to a total of 12 credit hours, based on funding from Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, beginning the Summer after their 10th grade year.
- Students are still responsible for tuition beyond any waived amount and all fees and textbook costs. For tuition and fee information, refer here
- OSU-OKC will be providing only online instruction for the Summer semester.
- OSU-OKC has transitioned all instruction to online for the remainder of the Spring semester
- OSU-OKC is providing support to students and faculty who need assistance during this period of alternate delivery of content. Students can access online tutoring through the Tutor.com link in their online classroom. Requests for assistance for the Canvas classroom and teaching/learning concerns should be directed to the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence at firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests for technical assistance should be directed to the OSU-OKC Help Desk at email@example.com.
- OSU-OKC will send updates will be sent via official OSU-OKC communications and post to a Concurrent Enrollment tile on the campus’ home page, https://osuokc.edu.
If you have any questions, please direct those to firstname.lastname@example.org.