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Questions About Applying?

Here are some of our FAQs about how to apply and the application process to become a CEAT Online student.


  • How do I apply?

    Go to Undergraduate Admissions and determine which type of application you should fill out, and click on the Apply button.

     

    Types of Students:

    • Freshman: If you will have graduated from high school by the time classes start and you have attempted less than 7 hours of college credit post-graduation, you're in the right place.
    • Non-Degree: If you want to take coursework at Oklahoma State University but don't want to pursue a degree, you can apply to enroll in up to 9 credit hours without meeting admission requirements. 
    • Transfer: You should apply as a transfer student if you have attempted a minimum of 7 semester hours of college-level credit after graduation from high school.
    • International: A student seeking a bachelor’s degree who is a citizen of any country other than the U.S., and who is not in the U.S. as an immigrant should apply as an international student. International students can enter OSU as a freshman or a transfer student.
  • How much is the application fee?

    You can pay your application fee online with a VISA or Mastercard or pay by cash in person. You may also mail or deliver a check or money order made out to Oklahoma State University to:

     

    Undergraduate Admissions
    219 Student Union
    Stillwater, OK 74078

     

    Application for admission requires a nonrefundable $40 application fee for domestic students.

    Application for international admission requires a nonrefundable $90 application fee for international students. 

  • What is the tuition for Online students?

    Please visit the Scholarships and Financial Aid office for information on Cost and Aid.

    Check out the Tuition Estimator to calculate an estimated cost for the school year. 

  • Where do I send my Transcript? 

    Paper or digital transcripts need to be sent to 

    Office of Undergraduate Admissions
    219 Student Union
    Stillwater, OK 74078
    Fax: (405) 744-7092 

     

    If you have questions about the types of transcripts you can turn in, please visit the Registrar's Transcripts and Academic Records FAQs

     

    If you are a non-degree seeking student, please turn in your transcript to Pam Moore 

  • What is a Non-Degree Seeking student?

    If you want to take coursework at Oklahoma State University but DO NOT want to pursue a degree, you can apply to enroll in up to 9 credit hours without meeting admission requirements. 

     

    If you wish to continue as an OSU student for more than 9 hours, you will be required to submit official transcripts and test scores. 

     

    Please note that you need to turn in your transcript before you can enroll in any CEAT Online courses because we will need to verify that you meet the prerequisites.

  • What do I do after I am admitted?

    Now that you've been admitted, you need to complete a few important steps to make it official. Please note, we do not have a formal acceptance policy; completing the steps listed here will ensure you're on your way to becoming an OSU student. 

     

    • Create your O-Key account

    Your O-Key account is your passport to campus. You have to set it up before you can access your OSU email account, accept your scholarships and financial aid, sign up for housing, register for classes and more.

     

    • Check your OSU email at least once a week

    Once you have your O-Key account set up, you can access your OSU email account at orangemail.okstate.edu or cowboymail.okstate.edu. This is where communication from the university will be sent, including scholarships and financial aid award letters, housing selection and enrollment information, so it's important to check it at least once a week. 

    You can access your OSU email through your cellphone or forward your OSU email to an existing account. Contact the IT Help Desk at 405-744-4357 for additional information on these steps.

     

    • Complete your FASFA (Not applicable to Non-degree students)

    To be considered for financial aid and some scholarships, you must complete the FAFSA, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Submit the FAFSA as soon as possible after October 1 and enter OSU's school code (003170) to ensure we receive your records.

     

    • Apply for housing and select a meal plan (Not applicable to Non-degree students)

    OSU offers three styles of housing: suites, apartments and community-style. There are also several living-learning communities, where you live alongside others who share common interests or fields of study.

     

    • Sign up for New Student Orientation (Not applicable to Non-degree students) and Enrollment

    New Student Orientation previews student life in and out of the classroom. You'll meet with academic advisers, confirm your academic college and major, take placement tests, enroll in classes, meet other new students and learn about campus resources. You may even stay overnight in the residence halls if you choose an overnight program. Orientation is mandatory for new students, and multiple sessions are available.

     

    • Accept your Scholarships & Financial Aid (Not applicable to Non-Degree students)

    Your application for admission is also your application for scholarships. If you’re eligible for scholarships or financial aid, you'll receive your award letter(s) that will be sent to your OSU email account.

     

    • Submit your immunization records (Not applicable to Non-Degree students)

    The State of Oklahoma requires all new students to provide proof of immunization for measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) and for hepatitis B. You must submit your health and immunization history and any supporting documentation to University Health Services.

     

    • Finalize your admission file (Not applicable to Non-Degree students)

    Your admission to Oklahoma State is based on the academic information available at the time of your application review. You must submit an official ACT or SAT test score and your final high school transcript, including final semester grades and proof of graduation. Send all documents to:

    Undergraduate Admissions
    219 Student Union
    Stillwater, OK 74078
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