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Who counts as a concurrent applicant?
If you have questions about enrolling in classes or concurrent student academic advisement
and support, please call 405-744-1477 or email HSConcurrent@okstate.edu.
For questions about the status of your concurrent admission application, please check your admissions portal or contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at 405-744-5358 or email@example.com.
To become a full-time OSU student after you graduate from high school, please find your admission counselor to discuss anything regarding applications, official documents, fees and requests.
What's required?You'll need these five things to be considered for admission:
- Completed the online concurrent application
- $40 nonrefundable application fee or fee waiver
- Official high school transcript reflecting unweighted GPA and class rank (if available)
- ACT/Pre-ACT or SAT/PSAT test score (test-optional admission available, see requirements for details)
- Submit a concurrent approval form (available at completion of the online application)
Assured concurrent admissionStudents may qualify for assured admission if they meet ONE of the following criteria:
Beginning in summer 2022, students have the option to apply to OSU without consideration of a test score. Students who select this option on the application will be considered for admission based on a full review of their high school transcript. Class rank is not required for test optional admission. This option also applies to home school, private, parochial or other non-public high schools which are not accredited by a recognized accrediting agency.
OSU does not consider the essay component of the ACT/SAT for admission criteria listed above.
Home study or Unaccredited High Schools: Graduates must satisfy the curricular requirements and have either a 1160 SAT or 24 ACT score. Grade-point average and class rank are not used to evaluate students who fall under either category.