Admissions and Scholarship
Fall 2020 Application Deadline: 1st February 2020
Submit your application by February 1st to be considered for OU admission and the UWC Scholarships for Fall 2020.
How to Apply
UWC students apply to the University of Oklahoma through the Common Application.
- We happily waive the application fee for all UWC students.
- OU also waives the English Proficiency requirement for all international UWC applicants.
Documents needed to complete your admissions file:
- Completed Common Application
- IB Transcript from UWC
- Previous School Reports
- SAT or ACT scores (strongly recommended)
- International Student Financial Aid Application*
- Copy of Passport identity page*
*The International Student Financial Aid Application and passport page may be emailed directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
OU does not have early decision/early action admission. Applications for the fall semester are accepted on a rolling basis until the February deadline. Most admission decisions for UWC applicants are made in February and March.
All new first-year UWC students begin in the Fall semester which starts in mid-August.
Admission Process and Statistics
UWC applicants are reviewed competatively year to year based on the pool of applicants that year; therefore, there is no stated minimum IB score that guarantees admission.
For Fall 2019, just under half of all UWC applicants were offered admission and scholarship.
OU guarantees to cover 100% of financial need for every UWC student who is offered admission.
The funding is a combination of Davis UWC Scholars Program grants and OU scholarships. Davis Program and OU funding are good for four years (eight fall and spring semesters).
The majority of Davis UWC Scholars at OU are on full scholarship, meaning their tuition, fees, books, housing and meals, health insurance (all required academic expenses) are covered by scholarship.
Admitted students must accept their admission and scholarship offer officially in writing (by email) no later than May 1 to enroll at the University of Oklahoma.