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High School Concurrent Enrollment

High School Concurrent Enrollment

OSU-OKC Concurrent Enrollment Update

OSU-OKC is committed to providing quality faculty, quality instruction and a safe learning environment. With the state superintendent of public instruction’s announcement closing all Oklahoma schools, OSU-OKC will be transitioning all concurrent enrollment to online when we return from spring break.

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 okc.ctle@okstate.edu. Requests for technical assistance should be directed to the OSU-OKC Help Desk at helpdesk@okstate.edu.

As more information becomes available or as things change, updates will be sent via official OSU-OKC communications and posted to a Concurrent Enrollment tile on the campus’ home page, https://osuokc.edu. If you have any questions, please direct those to okc.concurrent@okstate.edu.

Concurrent Enrollment is available for high school juniors and seniors.

  • Get a jump start on your college education!
  • Earn general ed credits that transfer to virtually all Oklahoma colleges and universities!
  • Get FREE Tuition from OSU-OKC!*

Concurrent enrollment is a great way to get comfortable with the college atmosphere before becoming a full-time student.

Do I qualify for concurrent enrollment?

What courses can I take?

How do I get started?

Resources

Concurrent Enrollment Packet (PDF)
HS Concurrent Enrollment form

For More Information

Concurrent Enrollment Coordinator
Tracy Edwards, Associate VP, Academic Affairs
Phone: (405) 945-3376
Email: okc.concurrent@okstate.edu

 


*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 beginning with the Summer after 10th grade year through Spring of Junior year.

Please Note:  Students are still responsible for tuition beyond any waived amount and all fees and textbook costs. For tuition and fee information, refer here