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OSU-Tulsa offers undergraduate junior- and senior-level classes that will lead you to an OSU bachelor’s degree. Students entering OSU-Tulsa need to have completed a minimum of 24 college credit hours.

No matter where you are on your college journey, we want to talk to you.

1. Explore programs offered at OSU-Tulsa.

Find the degree or certificate programs that are right for you. If you have your degree choices narrowed down to two or three and don't know how to decide, you can call 918-594-8271 to arrange an appointment with an advisor in your area of interest.  We can help you decide.

Degree program pages link to degree sheets and other academic information and give you information about degree requirements and more.

OSU-Tulsa Prospective Student Services recruiters can talk to you about what makes OSU-Tulsa a great value for your undergraduate education, tell you more about what you'll need to transfer to OSU-Tulsa, and discuss with you degree options. 

OSU-Tulsa's Career Services Center offers career assessment, resume and cover letter development, job search strategies and other ways to help you figure out what degree is right for you.

2. Request an appointment with an academic advisor.

Request an appointment online or by calling 918-594.8271.

If you were on probation when you last attended OSU or if you were academically suspended from OSU, be sure to talk with your advisor about probation and suspension regulations.

Students who were suspended for conduct should contact the OSU-Tulsa student conduct officer to discuss their options for readmission to OSU.

OSU-Tulsa Student Conduct Officer
Nekki Reagan-Neeley

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

Bring these with you to your advising appointment. Transcripts must be printed and dated within the last three months.

4. Complete an OSU-Tulsa Prep Plan.

Complete the OSU-Tulsa Prep Plan and bring this with you to your first advising visit as well.

5. Schedule a campus visit.

Request a campus visit and an OSU-Tulsa prospective student services representative will contact you to create a campus experience that meets your needs.

6. Apply!

After talking to your academic advisor, apply and get admitted to OSU.

7. Apply for Scholarships and Financial Aid

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.

8. Get enrolled.

OSU requires academic advising each semester prior to enrolling. Your academic advisor will help you enroll or give you instructions how to enroll and what classes to take.  Students cleared to enroll use myOKSTATE to enroll in classes.