OSU-Tulsa offers junior, senior and graduate courses. All students are transfer students and must present, at a minimum, 24 credit hours.
Contact Information and Hours
8 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Thursday
8 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday
North Hall 130
Due to federal regulations, please be sure to bring one of the following forms of ID with you to campus:
- Driver's license or state-issued photo ID
- OSU ID
- Military ID
- Enrollment/Registration FAQs
- Common Registration Issues
- Enrollment Forms
- Class Schedule/Course Info
- Transcript Requests
- Certifications and Enrollment Verifications
- Academic Calendar
Admitted students who have met with their advisor and have no enrollment holds may enroll by one of the following options.
Students are able to enroll, add and drop both Tulsa and Stillwater classes via:
- Online Enrollment* - myOKSTATE
- Enrollment Services in Tulsa - North Hall 130
- Registration Services in Stillwater - 322 Student Union
For security reasons, students who wish to enroll online are required to enter their O-Key e-mail address and password.
In order to facilitate access to courses required for timely degree completion, a student's priority for enrollment generally follows academic class level, with graduate students and seniors having the highest priority. For more information about priority enrollment, read the University Catalog. students with disabilities may be eligible for Priority Enrollment. For more information, contact OSU-Tulsa's Student Disability Services at 918-594-8354.
Enrollment Guides can be found here.
Information about Student Disability Services can be found here.
Note: Nonpayment and/or nonattendance do not constitute withdrawal from classes.
The following are some of the Enrollment Holds which may prevent students from enrolling:
- A past due account with the Office of the Bursar
- A past due account with Student Loan Accounting and Collection
- Academic probation or suspension by the academic dean
- An advisor hold. Schedule an appointment with your advisor to remove.
- Admission probation by the director of admissions
- Noncompletion of International student orientation by International Student Services
- Noncompletion of counseling by the University Counseling Office
- Student loan accounting by the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid
- Transcript holds. Up-to-date transcripts from each institution attended or currently attending must be received before you enroll for a future semester.
For more information on holds, visit the OSU Office of the Registrar website. Call 918-594-8100 for information on a specific hold.
New or Returning Students
Any individual desiring to enroll must first complete the admission process to Oklahoma State University. If you have attended OSU before but have not enrolled for one Spring or Fall semester, then you must reapply.
Undergraduate applicants are encouraged to apply online. Applicants should submit official transcripts at least four to six weeks prior to attempting to enroll. Transcripts must be dated within the last three months. Once a student is admitted, the student must make an appointment to see their academic advisor and have their advising hold removed (each semester) before they will be able to enroll.
Undergraduate students applying for readmission who previously attended OSU and left on academic probation must complete a Readmit Petition form. The College which they are applying for must review these petitions.
Graduate applicants need to apply online. Applicants should submit official transcripts at least 4 to 6 weeks prior to attempting to enroll. Once admitted, graduate students should contact their graduate program coordinator before they will be able to enroll. Graduate students needing assistance contacting their coordinator can contact Graduate Student Services. Individual program deadlines may vary.
Additional Enrollment Information
A late enrollment fee of $50 will be charged to all students who enroll after classes begin. Please refer to the Academic Calendars for dates.
Permission Required/Closed Classes (Class Enrollment Maximum)
The maximum number of students permitted to be enrolled in each section of a course is determined by the department head and can be increased or decreased only by the department head or dean. Students may enroll in a permission required or closed class if:
- The increase in class size does not exceed the limit set by the Fire Marshall (check with Enrollment Services), and
- The department head (not the instructor) agrees to increase the class size and provides the appropriate permission within banner.