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These are unique times due to COVID-19, but like everyone, we’re adapting and trying to do our part to slow the spread and support one another. We know you’re experiencing a lot of change and uncertainty and may have a lot of questions, so we want to keep you updated on what we’re doing to make your college transition as easy as possible.

Here are the things you need to know:

We are here to help

First and foremost, we’re open and here to help you! While many of our staff are working remotely, we’re still answering students’ questions, processing applications, evaluating transcripts and awarding scholarships. We encourage you to find your admissions counselor and reach out with any questions you might have, or email our office at

Campus Tours

We have virtual experiences that you can join from your own home available Monday through Friday through July 6, including presentations from Undergraduate Admissions, Residential Life, The Honors College and the academic colleges. Limited on-campus tours will be available beginning July 7. We will also continue to offer virtual experiences on Tuesdays and Thursdays through the month of August for those who are more comfortable with that option.

Adjusted deadlines for #okstate24

To better assist you during this time:
  • We will now accept the July 18 ACT national test for scholarship consideration.
  • We extended the enrollment deposit deadline to June 1, 2020 (previously May 1, 2020).
  • We extended the scholarship acceptance deadline to June 1, 2020 (previously May 1, 2020).
  • The Final Scholarship Deadline has been extended to August 14, 2020 (previously July 1, 2020).

Virtual orientation and enrollment

We are committed to providing you with the best online enrollment experience possible. On your orientation and enrollment program date, you will participate in online orientation programming to learn about campus resources. You will meet with an academic advisor virtually and enroll in your classes. Participation is required for enrollment, and we have several dates for your convenience.  

University updates

The University is planning to resume in-person courses for the fall semester. Our campus leadership and COVID-19 Advisory Group are working on a variety of plans to ensure the wellbeing of our community remains paramount. The sweeping plans will consider classroom size, class structures and schedules, safety in student housing and protective methods for monitoring and maintaining our collective and individual health. We will assess our plans and timeline as we closely monitor the state’s decline in COVID-19 cases and will share with you detailed plans this summer.  
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