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Joining the University of Oklahoma is more than attending a respected university with a reputation for excellence. You will find your home here. The only thing missing is you.
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The University of Oklahoma is No. 1 among all public universities in the number of freshman National Merit Scholars enrolled and among the top ten of all public and private universities. OU is home to over 700 currently enrolled National Merit Scholars.
The University of Oklahoma has multiple admissions resources to aid the different classifications of students. Whether you're a graduate student, transfer student, traditional student, or planning on taking online classes, you'll be able to find an office from the list below to help with your questions.
Freshman Admissions & Aid
Learn more about the 150+ majors offered at OU. 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.
Transfer Student Admissions
Everything you need is within reach. 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.
If you're ready to get back into the swing of college life, explore OU's readmission requirements to find the best option for you.
Graduate Admissions & Aid
OU's academic community offers incomparable learning opportunities that will prepare you for success after college. Continue your pursuit of knowledge with the best.
We welcome all international students and their families! Two thousand international students and their families representing more than 100 countries call OU their home away from home.
Online/Continuing Education Admissions
More than 2,000 courses and activities are offered to nontraditional learners on campus and all over the world.
Concurrent Enrollment Program
The Concurrent Enrollment Program permits you to accumulate college credits prior to completing high school. Pursue interests that you have developed in high school in a more concentrated or advanced manner, or to pursue new interests not available at your high school.
Our campus in Tulsa offers several undergraduate and graduate degrees.
The OU Health Sciences Center is composed of seven health-related colleges located near the state capitol in Oklahoma City. Each of the colleges, Medicine Public Health, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Nursing, Allied Health, and Graduate, contributes its specialized knowledge and expertise to the growing health sciences hub in central Oklahoma.