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You're on your way to becoming an official Cowboy.

The first step is completing the online application. You may enroll in a maximum of nine credit hours per semester.

Who counts as a concurrent applicant?

If you are currently enrolled in an accredited high school and interested in earning college credit during your junior and/or senior years of high school, you may apply as concurrent student.

What's required?You'll need these five things to be considered for admission:

  1. Completed the online concurrent application
  2. $40 nonrefundable application fee or fee waiver
  3. Official high school transcript reflecting unweighted GPA and class rank (if available)
  4. ACT/Pre-ACT or SAT/PSAT test score*
  5. Submit a concurrent approval form (available at completion of the online application)

    *For the spring 2022 semester, students can indicate if they have been unable to take an ACT or SAT (or Pre-ACT PSAT) 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. Students are required to submit all available and future test scores.

    * Beginning in summer 2022, students have the option to apply to OSU without consideration of a test score. Students may indicate on their application for admission that they would like to be considered as test optional and submit their high school transcript for review. This also applies to home school, private, parochial, or other non-public high schools which are not accredited by a recognized accrediting agency.

Assured admissionStudents qualify for assured admission if they meet ONE of the following criteria:



Top 33.3% 
rank in high school class 

with at least a 3.0 unweighted cumulate GPA


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