Students must file an application for readmission if:
- It has been more than one semester and a summer term since their last attendance at OU
- They have completed a degree after their last enrollment at OU
- They were suspended after their last enrollment at OU
Students who only enroll for summer terms (summer to summer students) do not need to reapply unless they graduate or break their continuous enrollment for a summer term.
April 1 - fall semester or summer session
November 1 - spring semester
Materials to be mailed once the online application is submitted:
- Official transcripts from every institution attended SINCE leaving OU
- Any transcripts outstanding from your previous enrollment
- For suspended students only: a letter of appeal.
OU Norman Campus Address
If you are applying for the OU Norman Campus, mail materials to:
University of Oklahoma
Office of Admissions
1000 Asp Ave Room 127
Norman, OK 73019-4076
OU-Tulsa Campus Address
If you are applying for OU-Tulsa campus, mail materials to:
University of Oklahoma-Tulsa
Office of Admissions and Records
4502 E. 41st St. Room 2C11
Tulsa, OK 74134-2512
All transcripts, test scores, correspondence or other materials submitted in conjunction with an application for admission become the permanent property of the University and will not be returned. Should you need copies of your transcripts for other purposes, you must obtain them from the originating institution(s).
Students applying for readmission that have been suspended once for academic reasons from OU or another institution of higher education in Oklahoma may apply for readmission beyond the semester in which he or she was suspended.
Such readmission is not automatic but is decided on an individual basis. The student must submit an application for readmission, a letter of appeal, and al required transcripts to the Admissions office by April 1 for a fall semester, November 1 for a spring semester, and April 1 for a summer session. The letter of appeal should include an explanation of the student’s previous academic record, information about the student’s activities since suspension, and reasons why an exception to the requirements for admission to the University should be made. A student who has been suspended twice from the University is not eligible for consideration for readmission until that student has attended another accredited college or university and raised his/her GPA to the University’s retention standards.