Oklahoma Junior College Records
The University of Oklahoma has accepted custody of the academic records for Oklahoma Junior College. We will mail copies of documents contained in the records upon request.
We must have a written request which includes:
- the student's full name
- any other name(s) under which the student was enrolled
- the student ID number (probably the SSN)
- how many copies of the transcripts are needed
- where the transcripts are to be mailed
- the student's signature
Requests can be sent by fax to the Office of Academic Records at 405-325-7047, or by mail to Academic Records, University of Oklahoma, 1000 Asp Avenue room 230, Norman OK 73019-4076.
The fee for this service of $7.50 per transcript.
If You Want a Transcript Sent by Return FAX
For a $10 service charge, copies of documents will be faxed providing the student furnishes the following additional information in the request:
- type of credit card, complete card number, expiration date, verification number
- cardholder name, billing address, signature
- fax number and contact person
This additional information MUST accompany the standard information as listed above. Don't forget a SIGNATURE!!
Oklahoma Junior College Accreditation
Oklahoma Junior College, Oklahoma City
The institution was first accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools in 1985. The school closed October 1995. At time of closing, it was still accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools.
Oklahoma Junior College of Business and Technology, Tulsa
The institution was first accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools in 1984 and was a candidate for accreditation by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools in 1986. The school closed January 1993. At time of closing, it was still in candidacy status from North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The Medical Assistant program had programmatic accreditation from American Medical Association/Committee on Allied Health Education and Accreditation and the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools.
Oklahoma Junior College History
According to the schools' general catalogs, Oklahoma Junior College began in Tulsa as the Oklahoma School of Accountancy, Law and Finance in 1919. In 1949 the college became known as the Oklahoma School of Business, Accounting, Law and Finance and, in 1952, was accredited by the National Accreditation Authority for Private Business Schools. In November, 1982, the school was renamed Oklahoma Junior College of Business and Technology of Tulsa. The Association of Independent Colleges and Schools granted junior college status to the institution in July, 1984, and the Oklahoma Board of Regents for Higher Education authorized associate degree granting authority in applied sciences. In January, 1985, the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools' Commission on Institutions of Higher Education granted initial candidacy to the college.
In April, 1985, Oklahoma Junior College of Business and Technology of Tulsa opened a branch campus in Oklahoma City, and it was known as Oklahoma Junior College of Business and Technology of Oklahoma City. In 1989, the Oklahoma City campus was officially designated Oklahoma Junior College. The Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) granted full branch accreditation to the Oklahoma City campus in April 1986. In April 1987, the Oklahoma City campus established itself as independent of the Tulsa campus. The Oklahoma Regents of Higher Education approved the college for the granting of the Associate of Applied Science Degree in June of 1987. In August 1989, the ACICS granted free-standing status to the college.
The Tulsa school closed in January 1993 and the Oklahoma City school closed in October 1995.
At the request of the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, the University of Oklahoma has accepted custody of the academic records for Oklahoma Junior College and has agreed to provide copies of documents contained in those records upon request. The University makes no judgement as to the validity, content or rigor of any course or program represented on the documents.