OSU-Tulsa offers day, evening, weekend, online and short-term courses that work with your schedule. OSU's Tulsa campus enables you to earn your degree while staying close to home and work. The OSU-Tulsa campus offers junior, senior and graduate courses.The majority of students transfer to OSU-Tulsa near completion of their freshman and sophomore level requirements or an associate degree.
The OSU-Tulsa Advisement Center assists all current and prospective students. Students are encouraged to meet with an OSU-Tulsa academic advisor as early as their freshman year of college. Meeting with an advisor early on will ensure that you enroll in courses at other schools that transfer into the OSU degree you are ultimately interested in pursuing. To learn more, check out the OSU Transfer Guide.
The OSU-Tulsa undergraduate academic advisors are located in the Advisement Center, North Hall 130. Undergraduate academic advisors are located in one location to provide convenient service to students. Please call 918-594-8271 to make an appointment.
How to Apply
The admissions process for transfer students to OSU-Tulsa has three steps:
- Submit your application online.
- Pay the application fee.
- Submit your transcripts.
There are many resources available to help fund your college degree. OSU-Tulsa offers financial assistance in the form of scholarships, tuition waivers, grants, work-study and student loans.
Eligibility for most programs are determined through information provided on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Applying is free and assistance is available. OSU's school code for the FAFSA is 003171.
In addition, OSU-Tulsa offers a payment plan that allows you to spread out the cost of tuition and fees over the semester. To learn more about scholarship and financial aid opportunities at OSU-Tulsa, visit the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid website or stop by North Hall 130.