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Apply in July!
Get the shirt. Join the team.
Are you a future Cowboy of OSU’s class of 2022? Get a head start on your summer to-do list and be the first in your class to apply to OSU for early admission and scholarship opportunities PLUS get an exclusive T-shirt.
To join the #okstate22 team, you must apply by July 31 and be admitted by August 31. After you've been admitted, you will receive an email with instructions on how to claim your free T-shirt.
Students tell why YOU should apply in July.
Allison Davis, Lewisville, TX
I chose to apply early because I really didn't see a reason in waiting! It was like a weight being lifted off of my shoulders. Instead of stressing about college, I was able to enjoy my last year with my friends and family. There are so many important things to focus on senior year and it was nice that applying for college was already checked off the list!
Blaike Finley, Edmond, OK
I wanted to apply early because I was truly excited about wanting to go to OSU and wanted to make sure I had the best scholarship opportunities as well! I was so excited when I received my "official" orange T-shirt; I felt like I had truly been accepted into the Cowboy family! It made my senior year more enjoyable because I was already accepted into my dream school.
Jacob Auer, Lenapah, OK
I chose to apply early to stay organized and focused during my senior year. The advice I would give to future Cowboys is to take time on your application. Make it look great before you send it in, but definitely apply early! Applying and being accepted early helped solidify that I was finally a part of the Cowboy family, something I had dreamed about for years.
Raquel Ruiz, Altadena, CA
I knew from the beginning of the college application process that Oklahoma State was one of my top choices, so I wanted to apply as soon as possible. I also really wanted the T-shirt! Applying early and getting a decision before I started my senior year relieved a lot of stress. All my friends were envious that I had already heard from my first choice before school started.