Military Tuition Assistance Program
Military Tuition Assistance Program
OSU-OKC participates in Department of Defense Tuition Assistance (TA) programs. We serve as a liaison to the Department of Defense in processing TA and other military educational benefits.
Tuition Assistance programs may be offered through the various branches of the military. For more information on these programs, students should contact the Education Service Officer (ESO) of their unit. Eligible service members should receive approval from an ESO or counselor within the military service prior to enrolling.
Other Financial Resources
All students are encouraged to apply for Federal Student Aid. OSU-OKC's federal aid code is 009647. please visit OSU-OKC’s Financial Aid & Scholarship site. For complete information on the financial aid application process, including timelines and important deadlines visit OSU-OKC's Applying for Aid site.
Students considering borrowing for their education are encouraged to speak to our qualified financial aid counselors prior to applying for federal or private student loan programs. Please contact the OSU-OKC Financial Aid & Scholarships Office to speak with a financial aid counselor. No appointment is necessary
For information about Scholarships please visit the Scholarship website.
Cost of Attendance & Consumer Information
For information on the total estimated yearly cost, including tuition, fees, and other living expenses, visit OSU-OKC's Cost of Attendance page.
Federal aid applicants have access to their Federal Shopping Sheet via my.okstate.edu. The federal shopping sheet is a standard format prescribed by the Department of Education which allows you to easily compare your awards and costs between multiple higher education institutions (if applicable).
To access your Federal Shopping Sheet:
- Log in to my.okstate.edu
- Student Self Service
- Financial Aid Menu
- Federal Shopping Sheet
Students who have not applied for federal aid can obtain net pricing information by using our Net Price Calculator.
OSU-OKC's Consumer Information, provides our students access to certain information to which they are entitled as consumers, including graduation and retention/completion rates. For cohort default rates, visit the College Scorecard or College Navigator sites.
Other Tools & Resources for Prospective Military Students
Military Leave of Absence & Readmission
OSU-OKC is committed to assisting active duty military students who are pursuing their educational goals. OSU-OKC shall grant a leave of absence, which shall not exceed a cumulative five (5) years, to a student who is a member of the active uniformed military services of the US and called to active duty. More information can be found in the OSU-OKC Catalog regarding military students or contact the Office of the Registrar for assistance.
Return of Tuition Assistance Regulations
The Department of Defense regulations require OSU-OKC to return any TA funds on a proportional basis when a student fails to attend class (through the 60-percent portion of the period). If a student fails to attend or stops attending class before the 60-percent date of the specific term, OSU-OKC will be required to return some or all of the TA dollars received on behalf of the student, and the student will become responsible for payment of course tuition and fees to the institution.
Recruiting, Marketing, & Advertising
The University does not, and has never, conducted fraudulent or aggressive recruiting on or off military installations or in any other venue, nor do we misrepresent ourselves, our programs, or our mission. We do not pay incentive compensation to anyone for recruiting actions. We meet all state authorization requirements and perform yearly program auditing conducted by the Oklahoma State Accrediting Agency.
OSU-OKC is approved by several agencies and boards: the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) since 1975, the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, the Board of Regents of Oklahoma State University and the Agricultural & Mechanical Colleges, and the Oklahoma State Accrediting Agency. New degree programs and substantive changes to existing programs are approved, in order, by the OSU-OKC Curriculum Committee, Oklahoma State University A&M Board of Regents for Higher Education. For more information, see OSU-OKC's Accreditation site.
Important Campus Contacts
For questions concerning charges to your account, contact:
OSU-OKC Business Services
For questions concerning loans, scholarships, and federal financial aid, contact:
OSU-OKC Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships
For questions concerning your VA educational benefits, contact:
OSU-OKC Office of Veterans Services