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Transferring to the University of Oklahoma

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High school graduates with seven or more college hours after high school graduation
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Have attempted seven or more college credit hours at a post-secondary institution

Have you attempted seven or more semester hours at another accredited college or university?

Application Deadlines

April 1 – Fall Semester or summer session

November 1 – Spring Semester

Materials to be mailed once the on-line application is submitted:

  • Official transcripts from each collegiate institution attended.
  • A final high school transcript.
  • ACT or SAT scores if you have fewer than 24 semester hours of college level work.

Undergraduate Admission Process:

  • Office of Admissions receives  application and all academic credentials
  • Office of Admissions evaluates and verifies all academic credentials
  • Office of Admissions processes decision and notifies applicant. Estimated time 4-6 weeks.

 

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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
Admissions and Records
4502 E 41st ST room 2C11
Tulsa  OK 74135-2512

Are you wondering how your credits will transfer to OU and possibly be applied toward a degree?

 

After You Have Been Admitted

Getting Advised and Enrolled

Advisement and enrollment procedures have been established by each college. Information on how to contact your college advisement office will be included with your letter of admission, or sent to you just prior to the first enrollment period for which you are eligible. If you are unsure which college you're in, please contact the Admissions office at 325-2252, 127 Buchanan Hall, or the Enrollment Services office at 325-3572, 230 Buchanan Hall.

Enrollment over the web

Students can browse the class schedule, enroll and add/drop through the Enrollment Tools channel in the Academics tab in ozone.ou.edu. Information is real-time, and the system offers several search features that will help you find the courses you want.

Enrollment procedures have been established by each college. If you are unsure which college you're in, please contact the Admissions office at 325-2252, 127 Buchanan Hall, or the Registration office at 325-3572, 230 Buchanan Hall.

Transfer Student Days

Transfer Student Days at the University of Oklahoma are specially planned to provide an opportunity for those transfer students who have already been admitted to the University for an upcoming summer or fall term to be advised and pre-enroll for the fall and/or summer. In addition, representatives from the University are also on hand to answer questions about housing, financial aid, scholarships and student activities. Other pre-enrollment periods for summer and fall terms occur throughout the late spring and summer months, so transfer students who are not admitted in time for the last Transfer Day will have ample opportunity to pre-enroll once they are admitted to the University. For further information, contact the Office of Prospective Student Services (405) 325-2151 or 1-800-234-6868 or e-mail ou-pss@ou.edu.

Tips for Current OU Students Taking Classes at Other Schools

  • While the class is in progress, submit a class schedule from the other school to the OU Office of Admissions so the class will be recognized for OU enrollment.

    University of Oklahoma
    Office of Admissions
    1000 Asp Ave room 127
    Norman OK  73019-4076

  • Once the class is completed, submit an official transcript showing the final grade to the OU Office of Admissions so the credit can be incorporated into your OU transfer record.

Scholarships and Financial Aid

The Transfer Scholarship application form and application for University housing are included in the application for admission. Complete scholarship and financial aid information is available through Financial Aid Services.

Living Accommodations and Campus Life

University Housing information is available through OU Housing and Food Services, 1406 Asp Ave., Rm 126, Norman, OK 73019-6091; Office Number: 405-325-2511; Toll Free Number: 888-416-9524; fax: 405-325-7117.

Off campus housing information is available through NormanNow.com.

Campus life information is available through the Student Life, 900 Asp Ave, Suite 370, Norman, OK 73019; Phone: (405) 325-3163; Fax: (405) 325-7493.

College-Specific Transfer Information

It is critical for all transfer students to understand that admission to The University of Oklahoma does not guarantee that you will be able to pursue the major that you have selected. Many of OU's colleges, departments, and degree programs have additional requirements beyond University admission requirements that must be met in order for you to be accepted into your major program or take the coursework necessary to complete your degree. It is important that you familiarize yourself with your degree college's requirements by clicking on the appropriate college below.

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).