Oklahoma State University - Tulsa
Oklahoma State University - Tulsa

News Alert:

Future Students

OSU-Tulsa offers undergraduate junior- and senior-level classes that will lead you to an OSU bachelor degree--the same degree students attending OSU in Stillwater earn. Students entering OSU-Tulsa need to have completed approximately 45 college credit hours.

No matter where you are on your college journey, we want to talk to you. Choose the statement that best describes what you're looking for:

Transfer Students

  1. Check out OSU-Tulsa's degree programs.

    Degree program pages link to degree sheets and other academic information on the OSU Stillwater website and give information about requirements and more. If you're not sure what major you would like, browse the options and make an appointment with OSU-Tulsa's undecided major advisor.

  2. Get an official transcript from each college you have attended.

    Tulsa Community College students can obtain transcripts using one of two methods:

    • Option 1: Download the TCC Transcript Request Form from the TCC website. The form includes instructions on where and how to turn it in.
    • Option 2: Stop by North Hall 130 to fill out a TCC Transcript Request form. The form can be submitted to the TCC advisor at OSU-Tulsa either by leaving it at the reception desk or by signing in to meet with the TCC advisor and bringing it with you

    Transcripts must be dated within the last three months.

  3. Schedule an appointment with an academic advisor.

    Be sure you are familiar with the Advising Syllabus and have filled out the necessary pre-advising forms. Not doing so could delay your advising appointment or even be cause to reschedule.

    You can also take this opportunity to schedule a campus tour if you have not already.

  4. Get admitted to OSU.

    OSU-Tulsa students use the same application as students attending OSU in Stillwater. Students may apply online or using a printed application.

  5. Apply for Scholarships and Financial Aid
  6. The OSU-Tulsa Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid has information about paying for college and you can meet with a financial aid counselor to discuss your options in greater detail.

  7. Get enrolled.
  8. Undergraduate students at OSU-Tulsa must meet with their academic advisor each semester before enrolling in classes. Talk to your academic advisor and schedule an appointment if necessary. Students cleared to enroll use Student Self-Services to enroll for classes.

 

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