Audition and Apply
Prescreen Applications for Fall 2023 Admission to the School of Musical Theatre are now open!
University of Oklahoma Admissions
All applicants for the School of Musical Theatre must apply to the University in addition to their Musical Theatre Prescreen Application.
To qualify for an Academic Scholarship from the University, students must apply to OU by December 15th, 2022.
Click the link below to learn more information about OU Admissions and to apply to the University.
Musical Theatre Audition and Application
OU Musical Theatre requires a digital prescreen to be submitted through GetAcceptd, a national performing arts audition portal.
The deadline to submit prescreens for Fall 2023 admissions is December 1st, 2022.
To view application requirements, audition dates and additional information, please click the link below.
Scholarships and Financial Aid
All Musical Theatre majors are awarded a merit scholarship. In order to remain eligible for the Musical Theatre scholarship, students must maintain a 3.0 GPA and be enrolled full-time (12 hours) for both the Fall and Spring semesters. These scholarships will be disbursed as a credit to your bursar account in two separate payments at the beginning of the Fall and Spring Semesters. All funds are contingent upon budgetary constraints and approval by the Dean of the Weitzenhoffer College of Fine Arts and the Senior Vice President and Provost.
Many of students also qualify for an Academic Scholarship from the University. To qualify for an Academic Scholarship, students must apply to OU by December 15.
Effective for students applying for the fall 2021 through fall 2025 semesters, submitting scores from the ACT or SAT is now optional for admission. At the time of application, students will share their plans regarding the submission or consideration of ACT or SAT as part of their application. While test scores are not required for scholarship consideration, they are encouraged. To ensure the highest scholarship and to guarantee the fastest notification of an award, students are encouraged to submit an ACT or SAT score.