Whether you're applying to OU as a freshman, transfer, or graduate student, or you're applying to one of our Outreach programs or our OU-Tulsa campus or Health Sciences Center campus, learn about your admission requirements and how to apply online.
High school graduates with fewer than seven college hours AFTER high school graduation
Our students get to work side by side with professors and industry leaders on the most cutting-edge research. Many of our programs are ranked top in the nation.
High school graduates with seven or more college hours after high school graduation
Explore our academic programs, find out about campus life, get the basics on our admission requirements, apply online, and even determine how your credits might transfer.
Former OU students who have not attended OU for more than one semester and a summer session
Masters and doctoral degrees, and graduate certificates
OU offers incomparable learning and research opportunities that will prepare you for success in your choice of career. Continue your pursuit of knowledge with the best.
OU Outreach is the umbrella for the OU College of Continuing Education and College of Liberal Studies, offering more than 2,000 courses onsite and online that can lead to a variety of undergraduate and graduate degree options.
Our campus in Tulsa offers a select number of undergraduate and graduate programs, along with nursing and other health-related programs*.
*Applicants interested in nursing or other health-related fields should apply through the OU Health Sciences Center campus.
Applications for admission in PDF format – to be used only if you are unable to pay the application fee by credit card through the online applications.
The OU Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City is composed of seven health-related colleges, Medicine Public Health, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Nursing, Allied Health, and Graduate, and contributes its specialized knowledge and expertise to the growing health sciences hub in central Oklahoma.
OU Law is a national leader in energy, natural resources and indigenous peoples law. With a reputation of affordability, it’s no wonder OU Law is consistently recognized as a “Best Value” law school by National Jurist magazine. Pursue a Juris Doctor, Master of Laws, Master of Legal Studies, or a Legal Assistant program.
Freshman applicants to Norman campus programs for summer or fall 2014 - check the status of your application through Common Application.
Other undergraduate applicants to Norman campus, OU-Tulsa campus, and OU Outreach Liberal Studies programs - check the status of your application through the OU online application.
Graduate applicants for spring 2014 admission, check the status of your applicaiton through the OU online application. Graduate applicants for summer or fall 2014 will check application status through CollegeNet.