Undergraduate Application Types

CONCURRENT STUDENT

Concurrent enrollment is open to high school students who have not graduated from high school. 

As a high school senior enrolled in an accredited high school you may be admitted to UCO concurrently if you:

  • Have taken the ACT
  • Have achieved a composite ACT test score of at least 19 in the subject area corresponding with the course you are planning to take OR a high school GPA of 3.0 and ranked in the top 50% of your high school class
  • Are eligible for spring graduation from high school including curricular requirements for college admission
  • Have submitted the Application for Concurrent Enrollment, obtained parent and counselor signatures, high school schedule, high school transcript, and college entry exam (ACT/SAT) score

UCO waives tuition up to 6 credit hours for high school seniors in concurrent courses. All fees are the student's responsibility.

As a high school junior enrolled in an accredited high school you may be admitted to UCO concurrently if you:

  • Have taken the ACT
  • Have achieved a composite ACT test score of at least 23 OR a high school GPA of 3.5
  • Have submitted the Application for Concurrent Enrollment, obtained parent and counselor signatures, high school schedule, high school transcript, and college entry exam (ACT/SAT) scores

All of tuition and fees are the students responsibility.

As home study students or students from an unaccredited high schools you may be admitted to UCO concurrently if you:

  • Are 17 years of age or older, have the ACT and achieved a 20 or higher composite score
  • Are 16 years of age, taken the ACT and achieved a 23 or higher composite score

 


If you have problems with your login or pin, please call us at (405) 974-2727 during business hours and we will be able to assist you.