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Application Steps

Concurrent students must be enrolled as high school juniors or seniors. A complete application file for first-time concurrent students includes all information listed below. Continuing concurrent students must submit an updated Concurrent Applicant Form which is the last page of the Concurrent Application for Admission for each semester they plan to study concurrently at OSU. Concurrent students only have to pay the application fee once.

1. Fill out the application

In order to apply for concurrent status, you should take the first step and apply online.

2. Pay the application fee

The OSU application fee is $40 and non-refundable. It must be paid before your application can be processed. You may pay online with a VISA or Mastercard or pay by cash in person. You may also mail or deliver a check or money order made out to Oklahoma State University to:

Undergraduate Admissions
219 Student Union
Stillwater, OK 74078

Oklahoma State University accepts application fee waivers from ACT, SAT and NACAC. You can have your high school guidance counselor forward your application fee waiver through email at admissions@okstate.edu, by fax at (405) 744-7092, or through the mail to the address listed above.

Oklahoma State University also accepts application fee waivers to students based on demonstrated need (for example: a student on free or reduced lunch programs). Your high school guidance counselor should send a letter that explains the demonstrated need through email at admissions@okstate.edu, by fax (405) 744-7092, or through the mail at the address listed above.

3. Submit your official transcript

Have your high school send Oklahoma State University your official transcript. Here is more information on submitting official documents. 

4. Send us your test scores

Send Oklahoma State University your official scores from ACT and SAT when you take the test by including OSU's official code of 3424 for ACT and 6546 for SAT. We also accept test scores reported on your official high school transcript. Here is more information on submitting official documents. 

You can also submit your scores online from ACT and SAT.