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Welcome to the guidebook: how to navigage CEAT online learning as a non-OSU student

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Application - Non-Degree

 

 

 

 

 

Determine which application to fill out: Students from other universities who want to take a CEAT online learning course and not get a degree from OSU will fill out the Non-Degree Seeking application.

Non-Degree Seeking student can apply to enroll in up to 9 credit hours without meeting admission requirements. Although the application does not require a transcript to meet admission requirements, students will need to meet the prerequisites for the course, and will need to turn in a transcript showing that they meet the requirements. 

Fill out application and pay application fee: 

1.Go to the Undergraduate Admissions to fill out the application.


2.Go to the Undergraduate Admissions payment page to pay the application fee. Application for admission requires a nonrefundable $40 application fee for domestic students.

You may 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

We accept ACT, SAT and NACAC application fee waivers. Have your high school guidance counselor forward your application fee waiver to our office by email at admissions@okstate.edu, by fax at (405) 744-7092 or by mail to the address above. 

We also accept application fee waivers for students who demonstrate need by receiving free or reduced lunch costs. Your high school guidance counselor should send a letter that states that you receive free or reduced lunches by email at admissions@okstate.edu, by fax (405) 744-7092, or through the mail at the address listed above.

 

Send in transcripts to Pam Moore at pam.moore@okstate.edu: 

Most CEAT Online Learning courses have prerequisites and students must meet these requirements before they can enroll in the course. When enrolling, make sure to find out what the prerequisites are and send your transcript to pam.moore@okstate.edu to get holds removed. Transcripts can be unofficial, but they must be legible and have the student's name visible.

 

 

 

Admission - Set-up Accounts

 

 

 

 

 

Follow the admissions Next Steps checklist: Now that you've been admitted as a Non-Degree Seeking student, 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.

1. Activate your O-Key Account

2. Check your OSU email account at least once a week

3. Familiarize yourself with the Academic and Enrollment calendars. 

Activate your O-Key and email accounts:

O-Key:  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. 

OSU Email: 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.

Locate the Academic calendar and Enrollment guides:

Academic Calendar: The academic calendar indicates when the semester begins and ends, all the holiday and university breaks, and the schedule for final exam week.

Enrollment Guide: The enrollment guides are a synopsis of enrollment dates, dates to remember, building designations, students’ right to privacy, etc.

 

Tuition and Fees

 

1. View Bursar Billing Statements: After logging into my.okstate.edu click the OSU Stillwater/Tulsa Bursar Account link under the Quick Links.

Make A Guest Payment

Authorized Users

Alternate Login (Requires Pin)

Perkins/HPSL Information

Parent & Student Guide

Bursar Online Information Step By Step Guide

2. Important Information and Dates: Credit Card Usage for Bursar Payments. Read more...

Due Dates - All payments are due prior to the 15th of each month.

Holds/Finance Charges - A Bursar financial hold is placed on a student's account whose balance is past due, barring enrollment in a subsequent semester. Payment is due upon receipt of the statement. Any balance that is unpaid after the 15th will be assessed a finance charge of 1.5% or an annual percentage rate of 19.56% when computed from the billing date. If your bursar account becomes past due, finance charges are added, enrollment for future semesters is not allowed, and transcripts and diplomas are not released until the past due balance is paid in full.

3. Payment Option Plan: Monthly payment plan to assist student and families with their financial obligations to the University. September 15th is the deadline to enroll in the Fall plan and February 15th is the deadline to enroll for the Spring plan. Below are the links for the student and authorized user to access the plan as well as a Step-by-Step guide on how to login to the payment plan, view account activity, set up an authorized user, make a payment or schedule automatic payments:

Authorized User Access

POP Step-by-Step Guide

4. International Payments: Oklahoma State University has partnered with Western Union Business Solutions to provide international students and their families a fast, easy, and affordable way to pay education costs online and in their own currency. This service allows you to pay locally from your home bank, saving you money on exchange rates and bank fees. Funds are credited directly to your bursar account in dollars in as few as two (2) business days.

Western Union/ International Wire Payments

OSU Student International Payment Information

International Payment Instructions

Currency Option List

China Payment Options - English (Chinese)

Korea Payment Options

Tuition and Fees: Oklahoma State University is committed to providing accessible and affordable higher education for our students. The standard per hour tuition rate is based on the level of the course and residency classification. Please note that tuition and fees are subject to change without notice. 

Tuition Calculator: Utilize the Bursar's tuition estimator to figure out the cost of tuition and fees. Calculation does not reflect any deduction of financial aid and/or scholarships. Tuition and fee calculation includes Campus Infrastructure Fee for new students enrolling Summer 2017 or after. Please note that these figures are subject to change without notice, as provided by University Board of Regents and OSRHE policies.

Financial Aid: The office of Scholarships and Financial Aid assists students by awarding financial aid to help pay for educational expenses. Financial aid is available from federal, state, University, and private resources.

 

Financial Aid Process

Applying for aid (FASFA & Scholarships)

Award Notifications

Accepting Aid

Receiving Aid

Changes to Aid

 

Enrollment - Finding Classes

 

 

 

 

Browse CEAT online learning courses

CEAT Online Learning produces lectures for Engineering, Architecture, and Technology online courses. Rather than sitting in a classroom, online students can utilize Canvas, OSU's online learning portal, to watch lectures, turn in assignments, and communicate with classmates and professors.

Unsure of what course to take, go to our Online Courses page to read descriptions and semester offerings. After locating the course that will fit your schedule, 

Check the Transfer Guides.

Want to see how your previous college credits, including high school dual credits, will transfer to Oklahoma State University? Use Undergraduate Admission's Transfer Guides to find out!

The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education guides include lower division (1000 and 2000 level) courses earned at two-year institutions listed as "equal in content" to upper division (3000 and 4000 level) courses at OSU. These particular courses may fulfill the content requirement of the indicated equivalency. However, they will not transfer as upper-division hours and do not directly substitute for upper-division courses in an OSU degree plan. Related course waivers may be possible if approved by the OSU college offering the degree, provided the total number of waived credit hours does not exceed six. It may be necessary to take additional upper-division hours at OSU if such lower-division courses are taken at a two-year college.

If you have a question concerning a specific course equivalency, please email your question to admissions@okstate.edu and attach a copy of the course syllabus and/or course description. 

Add Online courses.

ADD: Students that already know the CRNs of the classes they need can click the Enter CRNs tab in the top pane to enter CRNs, and then click the Add to Summary button. If registration plans have been created, students can click the Plans tab in the top pane to add sections to their Summary from a plan.

After adding a class to the Summary, it will first display in a Pending status reflected with a gray and white diagonal color. Classes in Pending status have not yet been checked to see if the student meets the enforced prerequisites or other class restrictions, and they are not part of the student’s class schedule.

Students who wish to register in a Pending class, must click the Submit button in the lower right corner. Now the system will check to see if the student meets the class requirements. If the student does not want to register in a Pending class, they first need to change the Action to Remove and then click Submit. All Pending classes will automatically be dropped from the Summary when the student leaves or logs out of registration.

If the student clicks Submit and registration is successful, a green “Save Successful” message will display in the upper right corner with no error messages, and the status will change to “Registered” in the Summary with a green background color.

For detailed instructions on how to add a class please visit the Registrars website.

Drop Online courses.

DROP: To drop a registered or waitlisted class, click in the Action column for the class you wish to drop to see the options. Select the drop option (Drop/Delete or Drop with Automatic W) and click the Submit button in the lower left corner. Upon successfully dropping the class, a green “Save Successful” message will appear in the upper right corner, and the status will change to either “Deleted” (for Drop/Delete) or “Withdrawn” (for Drop with Automatic W) in the Summary.

Action Description Available During
Drop/Delete Straight drop of class with no record on your transcript and a full refund of class tuition/fees Before the term begins and during the nonrestrictive drop/add period
Drop with Automatic W Drop class with an automatic grade of W or your transcript; some or all class tuition/fees assessed (see Academic Calendar) During the restrictive drop/add period and through the W drop/withdraw deadline
No drop options available It is past the deadline to drop the class After the W drop/withdraw deadline

Students who are unable to drop a class online due to holds on their account may drop classes by submitting a completed Drop/Add Card to the Office of the Registrar (within applicable class drop/withdraw deadlines).

Note that classes dropped with an automatic W (displayed with a status of Withdrawn) will continue to display on the class schedule in the Register for Classes area, and will be reflected on the official transcript with a grade of W after the end of the term. Withdrawn classes do not display in the View Registration Information area nor in the Student Profile.

For detailed instructions on how to drop a class please visit the Registrars website. 

 

Canvas - Online Platform

 

 

 

 

Get familiar with Canvas.

Canvas is the new Learning Management System being adopted by Oklahoma State University in Fall 2019. It is a flexible, easy-to-use platform with a clean interface, rich multimedia capabilities, and dedicated mobile apps for both students and instructors.

Follow this link for instructional videos on how to use Canvas.

Review the Syllabus and locate lectures.

Lectures are posted to Canvas within twenty-four hours of the on-campus lecture. If there is a delay, please contact ceatonline@okstate.edu and we will address the issue.

Follow this link for tips on how to locate your syllabus and lectures to Canvas.

Learn how to submit assignments.

Check your class syllabus for instructions on where to submit your homework. 

Canvas: If you are required to submit your homework in Canvas, please follow this link for an instruction video on how to submit homework. 

Email: If you are required to submit your homework via email, please attach your homework to an email and send it to enhmwk@okstate.edu. Please type in your full name, course number, and assignment in the subject line. 

Email Subject Line

Hand In: If you are required to submit your homework to the CEAT Online Learning office, please bring your homework to 101 Engineering North and drop it off in the black basket on the front desk. Please remember to write your full name, course number, and page numbers legibly on each page.

 

Testing - Proctor Forms

 

 

 

 

Read the proctor form guidelines and academic integrity policy.

The proctor form is used to verify that the testing center you are trying to take your exams at meets OSU's criteria for academic integrity. As long as you do not change testing sites, you will not need to fill out a proctor form for every exam. If you do change testing sites, please fill out a new proctor form and submit it pam.moore@okstate.edu

    • Email addresses cannot be personal emails (Yahoo, Gmail, AOL, etc.) but must reflect the university’s web domain. Email addresses are not sufficient as verification.
    • Does the proctor know the student? If so, how does proctor know this student? (co-workers, supervisor, friends, students, family, personal tutors, or anyone with a potential conflict of interest will NOT be approved).
    • Failure to identify such conflicts may result in the student receiving a charge for a violation of
  • Oklahoma State University’s academic integrity policy and a grade of “F!” for the course.


 Academic Integrity Values - Honesty, Fairness, Trust, Respect, Responsibility

“I will respect Oklahoma State University's commitment to academic integrity and uphold the values that preserve our academic community.”

Being a cowboy isn't in your clothes. It's in your character. It's the passion to do what's right even when it's hard. It's ending the day knowing you gave it everything you had. It's standing out by standing tall. It's integrity. And honor. And courage to see hope even when you're the only one who sees it. Are You A Cowboy?
 
If you have questions or would like additional information, please contact the Academic Integrity Coordinator, 101 Whitehurst, Stillwater, OK 74078, (405) 744-5627.

Find a testing center.

Students on the OSU/Stillwater campus may use the University Testing Services located at the corner of Walnut and Admiral Ave., (405) 744-5958 .  For more information follow this link: https://uat.okstate.edu/.

Students in the Tulsa area may use the OSU-Tulsa Testing Services located at 700 N. Greenwood Ave., Main Hall 2302, Tulsa, OK. For more information follow this link: OSU-Tulsa Testing Center.

Students in the Oklahoma City Area may use OSU-OKC Testing and Assessment, 900 N. Portland Ave., Oklahoma City, OK. For more information follow this link: OSU-OKC Testing & Assessment.

Students outside of the OSU can contact their local university testing centers to set up appointments.

Follow this link to search for proctors in our database.

Note: testing fees may apply!

Please return the appropriate completed Proctor Agreement form via email to pam.moore@okstate.edu. If you have any questions, you can contact our office at (405) 744-5146.

Confirm that the testing center received exam.

We will send you an email letting you know that your exam has been sent out, but you are responsible for contacting your specific proctor to ensure that the exam is there and ready for you. Below is an example email.

Students,

Good afternoon, for those who are utilizing a proctor please note that the exam for _______ has been sent.  It is your responsibility to confirm that your proctor received the exam and to arrange a time to complete it.  (If you will not be using a proctor please disregard this email.)

 


 

Tips for Success Online

1. Check your OSU email account daily

2. Utilize Canvas for updates on your courses, discussions, and grades

3. Read your Syllabus and mark down important deadlines

4. Pick out your testing center and submit your Proctor Form at the BEGINNING of the semester

5. Email Pam Moore (pam.moore@okstate.edu) your advising and proctor questions

6. PRINT your name legibly and write the course number at the top of all your assignments

7. Submit your homework to Canvas or enhmwk@okstate.edu

8. Contact your Professor or TA with questions about your assignments or grades

9. Email ceatonline@okstate.edu with any general online questions 

10. Professors requirements on assignments and exams overrule CEAT Online Learning requirements, so make sure you know your Professors expectations

 

 


 

Name Address Phone Number
CEAT Online Learning ceat.okstate.edu/ceatonline  405-744-5146
CEAT Student Services https://studentservices.okstate.edu/ 405-744-5276
Undergraduate Admissions https://go.okstate.edu/admissions/ 405-744-5358
Graduate Admissions https://gradcollege.okstate.edu/apply/ 405-744-6368
Registrar https://registrar.okstate.edu/ 405-744-6876
Bursar https://bursar.okstate.edu/ 405-744-5993
Financial Aid https://go.okstate.edu/scholarships-financial-aid/ 405-744-6604

 

Important Websites to Remember