Application steps for concurrent students
You must be enrolled as a high school junior or senior. A complete application file for first-time concurrent students includes all information listed below.
Continuing concurrent students must submit an updated Concurrent Applicant Form. Students can log into their application portal to complete an electronic signature process.
Oklahoma State University accepts application fee waivers from ACT, SAT and NACAC. You can have your high school guidance counselor forward your application fee waiver through email at firstname.lastname@example.org, by fax at (405) 744-7092, or through the mail to the address listed above. Oklahoma State University also accepts application fee waivers to students based on demonstrated need (for example: a student on free or reduced lunch programs). Your high school guidance counselor should send a letter that explains the demonstrated need through email at email@example.com, by fax (405) 744-7092, or through the mail at the address listed above.
Have your high school send Oklahoma State University your official transcript. Send Oklahoma State University your official scores from ACT and SAT when you take the test by including OSU's official code of 3424 for ACT and 6546 for SAT. We also accept test scores reported on your official high school transcript.
*Students can indicate if they have been unable to take an ACT or SAT test due to COVID-19 on their application for admission. Students can apply with only a high school transcript and may be considered for admission by exception for the fall and spring 2021 semesters. Students are required to submit all available and future test scores. Students who apply without a test score need to submit essays and fill out the leadership resume as part of their completed application for admission.
Currently, consideration for most OSU scholarships will require a test score submission. OSU does not consider the essay component of the ACT/SAT for admission criteria listed above.
Once you've completed your online application for concurrent enrollment, you will need to get approval from a parent or guardian, as well as a high school official to approve your participation. You can submit an electronic approval request form available upon completion of the online application.