Financial assistance programs are available to students who enroll in the University of Oklahoma. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is used to apply for nearly all types of financial aid including federal, state, and institutional aid.
What is the FAFSA?
The FAFSA (or Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is the government-provided application for need-based funds to help pay for college. OU highly recommends completing the FAFSA regardless of your family's income. Nearly 75% of OU students who apply for financial aid receive some type of assistance.
The FAFSA opens October 1 each year
Families can begin the FAFSA starting October 1 at fafsa.ed.gov. It takes about one hour to complete and you'll need these 3 items:
- Social security number (or permanent resident card)
- Any W-2s you received in the past year
- Prior prior year tax records (this is your tax records from 2019 for Fall 2021 incoming freshmen)
Federal School Code - 003184
You'll need to add OU's Federal School Code when completing the application so that we receive the students information. Our code is: 003184