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Oklahoma's Promise

We're committed to helping academically-eligible Oklahoma's Promise recipients achieve the dream of a college education at OSU. Oklahoma students in grades 8-10 can sign up to participate in the program, administered by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education (OSRHE). Once you graduate from high school, complete the curricular and conduct requirements for the program and meet the secondary income requirement, you will receive funding from Oklahoma's Promise to cover the cost of tuition at OSU.

Per Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education policy, all Oklahoma’s Promise recipients must meet OSU’s federal Title IV financial aid Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) policy. If you're ineligible to receive federal/state financial aid as defined by OSU’s SAP policy, you won't be eligible to receive Oklahoma’s Promise or Cowboy Covenant funding. If you lose your Oklahoma's Promise eligibility due to not meeting the federal Title IV SAP standards, you will have the option to appeal for reinstatement, assuming you have not already reached the five-year, 129 hours, or undergraduate Oklahoma's Promise limit(s).

Cowboy Covenant

See Cowboy Covenant-An Oklahoma's Promise Partnership for details.

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