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Application Steps

A readmission student is defined as a student who has attended OSU but was not enrolled during the immediate past semester (except the summer session). Readmission criteria are based on a student's status when he or she left OSU. 

1. Complete an updated application

In order for us to process your application most quickly, we suggest that you complete the online application. You are always able to log back into your account and finish if you are disrupted along the way. You should complete all application questions, including the essay questions. Failure to do so will delay processing time. See our tips for answering the application essay questions.

You can also print the application, fill it out and deliver it to our office or mail it to:

Undergraduate Admissions
219 Student Union
Stillwater, OK 74078

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 also accepts application fee waivers for students based on demonstrated need. You can request an application fee waiver from our office. These waivers are approved based on the information provided on your FAFSA, therefore, the FAFSA should be completed before requesting a fee waiver form.

3. Submit your official transcripts

Submit an official transcript from each college or university you have attended since last attending OSU. More information on submitting official documents can be found here

4. Submit a readmission petition

A student who left the university on probation or suspension may be required to submit a readmission petition and undergo the readmission appeal process. This process includes a review of the student's academic record and readmission petition. To determine whether or not a student is required to complete a petition, review the following chart.